These three French automated toilets from 1979
are actually an art installation in Oslo.
It's called "Liberté" and there are sound systems
inside each one that play recordings of
speeches from WWII by Roosevelt, DeGaulle,
and the Norwegian king Haakon.
(If you're confused, it might help a bit to know
that one of the lesser-known goals of the
French Revolution was supposedly to provide
public toilets for les citoyennes.)
[Linking back to Ruby Tuesday
and Our World Tuesday.]