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Old 09-17-2014, 06:21 AM   #1
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Old 09-17-2014, 06:50 AM   #2
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Old 09-17-2014, 06:57 AM   #3
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I esp liked the bottle taped onto the mirror.
She shocked me, thought she was going to just throw it back in but noooOo, she ante-d it up.

One thing I noticed, she turned her handlebars to the right when parked.
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We need more people like this, like a vigilante litter response group I'd pay to see more videos like that. I don't understand the mindset of people who can just throw their out in the streets, cigarette butts included.
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We need more people like this, like a vigilante litter response group I'd pay to see more videos like that. I don't understand the mindset of people who can just throw their out in the streets, cigarette butts included.
I was part of a volunteer beach cleanup crew in Galveston. 90% of the we picked up off the beach was cigarette butts. They should make them biodegradable.
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I did a beach cleanup in Surfside. You wouldnt believe some of the things we found! Anything from dope to panties man we found some crazy stuff.
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I honked at someone throwing an entire takeout box full of food on the street a couple months back. When I pulled up next to them. This chick rolled down the window and went into full blown crazy mode. I looked at her boyfriend and said, "How embarrassing." He just started laughing. I think I got him in trouble.
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I did this very thing with a neighbor of mine at my previous house. My family was working in the front yard and a truck drove by and tossed out a burgerking/Mcdonalds/jack in the box bag of trash. I watched them pull into the neighbors house about 5 houses down and then took the trash and rang the doorbell. The father answered the door, listed to what I said just happened (said very factual, just the facts, little emotion) and then he politely and calmly apologized and said "I'll handle this." After he shut the door you would think the skies had parted and himself was raining down on that household. Apparently the litterbug was his daughter's boyfriend who was coming to visit.

After that, everything was all good.
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I did a beach cleanup in Surfside. You wouldnt believe some of the things we found! Anything from dope to panties man we found some crazy stuff.
Not suprising, there's as much that washes in as is left by the beachgoers
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I did this very thing with a neighbor of mine at my previous house. My family was working in the front yard and a truck drove by and tossed out a burgerking/Mcdonalds/jack in the box bag of trash. I watched them pull into the neighbors house about 5 houses down and then took the trash and rang the doorbell. The father answered the door, listed to what I said just happened (said very factual, just the facts, little emotion) and then he politely and calmly apologized and said "I'll handle this." After he shut the door you would think the skies had parted and himself was raining down on that household. Apparently the litterbug was his daughter's boyfriend who was coming to visit.

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Saw this yesterday. I think it's awesome. I don't understand why people

1) litter so much. If it's a cigarette , although annoying, it's small (it does add up over time though). But full on bags of garbage and waste? Really you inconsiderate sloths?

2) go full on rage mode when you ask them to roll down their window. It's happened a couple times.

I was in my truck, and noticed this cute chick in a Tahoe who had both of her taillights out. Got her to roll down her window so I could tell her and that no one could tell she was braking. Full on entitled ; she thought everyone was riding her bumper on purpose...

No amount of makeup can cover up that internal ugly.
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I was part of a volunteer beach cleanup crew in Galveston. 90% of the we picked up off the beach was cigarette butts. They should make them biodegradable.
I was too, every year for about 6 years now and 90 percent of the trash is from south of the border.

ton of plastic and glass bottles covered is spanish

I'd throw my beer at that
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I did more push ups in the Army for refusing to pick up cigarette butts than I can count. I HATE that ! There are trash bins practically everywhere and you have an ash tray in your cage. Lazy sum ma ma (insert random foul smelling creature here) our moto bretheren or sisters in the this case over in Russian go hard!
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I did something similar one time to some teenagers in a Lexus. Dude dropped a wadded up chip bag out the rear window at the light at 59/hwy6. I pulled up next to the window and knocked. Kid that dropped it out the window looked like he was about to his pants when he rolled down the window. I was nice though and just handed it back to him and said "hey, I think you accidentally dropped this."
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I have picked up lit cigarette butts that I've seen people throw down on the sidewalk in front of me and run up and tell them "I think you dropped this"... People are despicable sometimes. I'm certainly no tree-hugging hippie, but come on people..
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