There are a lot of words — and a lot of euphemisms — to describe the cargo sitting in a Parrish, Ala., rail yard.
"They call it sludge," AL.com reporter Dennis Pillion told NPR's Here & Now. "They call it biosolids."
Or, in other words, poop.
It has been there since February. At one point, as many as 250 containers of it — some 10 million pounds — were sitting, parked off the tracks, in Parrish, pop. 982.