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Hundreds of shipwrecks line the city port, blasted to pieces by the jaggedly rocks, while seagulls peck at the poor drowned sailors' eyes. Mayor and aldermen wonder out loud whether this is another one of those newfangled performance art pieces, and make sure to pre-emptively arrest all young ladies in bathing suits in case they use their "rock-and-rollers" to lure the boats to the rocks. You can never be too sure. The council shakes hands, nods sagely, and goes home, while the cleaner who comes in to pick up the coffee mugs carefully mentions that it would perhaps help if the local lighthouse wasn't caked in a thick layer of impenetrable garbage. "Look, pal" huffs the mayor. "It might not seem like the best sign of environmental care that a 30 meter high building got covered in unsightly trash to a plebeian like yourself, but what do you know?"