by Brad Listi
LOS ANGELES, CA-
I was thinking about bad smells this morning. The Industrial Revolution. How big cities at the dawn of the twentieth century were often cesspools for pollution and disease and putrefaction.
The sun cutting through the dense layers of muck and filth, bathing urban landscapes in an eerie yellow light.
Animal carcasses rotting in the streets.
Piles of rancid garbage left to rot in the hot sun, composting on the curbside.
And so on. (more…)