|To the Editor: BG man tired of trash tossed in yard|
|Written by Greg Zeigler|
|Wednesday, 14 August 2013 09:42|
My family lives on Gypsy Lane Road and we are weekly blessed by people that throw trash from their car into our yard. We have been the lucky recipients of half eaten food parcels from Wendy's, McDonalds, Burger King, Taco Bell, Bud light, Miller light, Monster, Rolly Pops, and Mountain Dew.
We want to tell the world we don't need their half eaten blessings anymore.
Maybe people are nature ignorant, but when a food smelling thing is tossed out of a vehicle, a creature, a rodent, like a mouse, raccoon, fly, maggot, rat, possum, hawk, falcon, vulture, whatever, can smell the scent of not only the food, but the person that provided the food smelling thing. That creature is then focused on finding the source of your scent. You gave it food, and it will find you to get more. It can even pass on that desire to find your scent to all it's offspring for generations. I can not imagine being hunted by rodents... Or having a deer wait by the side of the road to jump at me because I littered and caught it's attention.
Litter is bait, be sure you are up for the catch you bring on yourself.
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