...who bring over a shopping cart from the supermarket across the street, and leave it here.
Who let their dog take a dump on a sidewalk and leave it there. There are "Doggie bag' stations everywhere with free bags.
Who throw an empty beer can on the ground, 20 feet from a dumpster.
Who put their big slurpee cup on parking lot ground, then drive off.
Who park in some one else parking spot.
Who take a dump in a public toilet and don't flush it. I guess Mom has to view it.
Lazy people really piss me off.
"Gravity. It's a law we can live with". - Sir Isaac Newton.
That aint nothing. I jog for exercise ever morning and also try to get the dog out for at least a mile walk once a day to keep him fit. A local gas station on one corner we go past on every walk started selling Chicken Wings beginning of last summer. In any direction you walk from that corner you'll find chicken bones just thrown down on the side for up to 1/2 mile. Has me irritated enough that I'm just about ready to go to the next city council meeting and complain. Because chicken bones can be deadly for a dog and when you hit one while jogging the end result could mean a ride in an ambulance for a broken ankle.
BTW, I do clean up after the dog. Even when he is thinking he is a Farm Dog and just have to spread his poop in as many locations as possible. So far his record for dumps on a single 1.5 mile walk is 4 loads dropped. Which is why I never leave the house without at least 3 plastic grocery bags in my pocket.
I've stopped counting.
An addition to the list:
- Who leave their trash at the fishing spot.
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Who post a reply and don't finish the
MAGA ... Keep On Trumpin'!
|Striker in waiting|
I predict that there will be many suggestions and statements about the law made here, and some of them will be spectacularly wrong. - jhe888
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What about the jackasses that spit their chewing gum on the sidewalk? Or leave their baby's dirty disposable diaper on the ground in a parking lot?
I'm not sure it's mere laziness. There's stupidity and a lack of consideration there, too. Such people should receive harsh treatment in a special facility in a remote gulag.
"A noble spirit embiggens the smallest man."
Reminds me of a story told to me by a priest assigned to a migrant-worker town. Every single time after Mass he would have to pick up human feces off the church's grounds.
It was not because of ignorance, he advised them of the existence of toilets and its unique relationship to toilet paper and flushing water.
It all boiled down to force of habit. That's what they learned as children, that's what they did as adults.
Knowing more by accident than on purpose.
I leave for work at 6AM, it's usually pitch black outside. Every day I see this idiotic jogger walking three dogs on those long expandable leashes. Naturally instead of being in the street or tree lawn the dogs are 20 feet into other peoples front yard. Considering there are three dogs, and it;s pitch black outside, I'm certain that she's cleaning up after them (sarcasm). Oh and by the way, your dog lifting it's leg every single morning on my trees is killing the grass. Inconsiderate morons!!!!
the Wal Mart at 19th ave and Glendale ( in Phoenix) was terrible about all that you mentioned.
but when I moved to Mesa, it was actually a lot better, out there.
maybe time to relocate
Safety, Situational Awareness and proficiency.
Neck Ties, Hats and ammo brass, Never ,ever touch'em w/o asking first
Just last week I went off on some asshole who, while sitting in frot of me at a traffic light thought it acceptable to open her car door and drop her huge ass soda cup on the road. After leanign on my horn and a gew choice words she finally picked it up )she saw me take a pic of her car) but I am sure it got tossed out at the next light
Oh, hell, that's nothin'. I've seen people leave shopping carts sitting in the parking lot mere steps from a cart corral or right across from the front of the store.
I'll usually grab a stray or three and walk 'em back to the store or the nearest cart corral.
You don't see that at Aldi's. I wish every store would adopt Aldi's system of having to deposit a refundable quarter for a cart.
"America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system,,,, but too early to shoot the bastards." -- Claire Wolfe
Walk away and leave locker doors open.
Walk away from their exercise machines leaving flat screen TVs turned on.
Walk away leaving water running in a sink.
I always go bat shit crazy every time I see a pile of cigarette butts and ashes on the ground from assholes that empty their ashtrays in a parking lot. One of these days I'll catch one in the act and there would be a good chance I'll end up in jail on an assault charge.
"If you can't be a good example, then you'll have to be a horrible warning" -Catherine Aird
|Green Mountain Boy|
I admit to being a lazy person but I do none of those things. What you're talking about are shameless inconsiderate assholes.
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If the world didn't suck, we'd all fall off
Light travels faster than sound, this is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak
|The Unmanned Writer|
I find lazy people tend to spend for time and effort trying to be lazy than they would if they'd just perform the task.
Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul.
Help, I'm having premonitions of future flashbacks.
Only in an insane world are the sane considered insane.
Some people listen to the noise of the world,
And some people listen to the quiet.
This is how I feel about leaf blowers. 5 minutes with a rake or 20 minutes blowing your leaves around the yard. And rakes are quieter.
My neighbor once was washing his truck at 0-dark-30 on a Saturday morning and proceeded to blow dry it with the leaf blower.
|When you fall, I will be there to catch you -With love, the floor|
So they blast it with unfiltered air that is damaging the paint?? I do use a dog dryer to dry off my bike after washed. But it's slightly warmed and filtered air. It's the only way to flush water from the hidden crevices.
I can one up that. They do the same at the local local food lion I do some of my shopping at. I asked the manager why they allow the carts in the parking lots if the people won't put them back, he said that was nothing he has to track them down in the apartment buildings and town houses because people drag them home with them.
The other one I love is they will put them half on the curb instead of returning them. Speeding as much effort or more than just walking it 30' to the cart corral.
I hate rude, inconsiderate, lazy people.
A couple SIGs and a few others
Was in the truck at Aldi's waiting on the Mrs. Saw an elderly guy, barely able to walk, returning his cart. I told him I'd take it back and offered him a quarter, "No, you keep it" Make a $1.75 in the next hour returning carts.
I gotta tell ya, the more mature my years, the more friggin stupid and inconsiderate ingrates test my hope in humanity.
If robots turn out to be like their creators, we are surely doomed. Robot trash everywhere...
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