upward of 2,000 condom wrappers and 600 condoms," were found.
This begs the question: what happened to the other 1,400 condoms that were unwrapped on the premises? Did they deteriorate faster than their packaging? Or did they leave with their users? I'm sure the archaeologists of the future will have some interesting theories?
"Despite the remains of many nearby dwellings," a lecture of the future might begin, "it was common practice in this culture to go into park lands to fornicate. The woods were so crowded, people often intruded upon one another and startled participants fled mid act."