Monday, January 20, 2014

WTF Cracker Heads?

If there is one very unsightly, ugly and unbelievable problem in Louisiana, it is the fact that some people here are so stupid, the world has become their garbage dump.  I just took a ride though the backwoods, and couldn't believe the huge bags of trash thrown on the side of the road by ignorant, no - skip that - idiot Louisianans.  I even saw a dead dog thrown out with the trash.  This was disgusting.  In every ditch, there are beer cans, trash bags, Styrofoam trays, water bottles, clothes, shoes, anything you can think of to be discarded lives on the side of the road in Louisiana. 

Are these people just backwoods, uneducated swamp critters with the brains of gnats?  I don't think so, because I just took a walk around LSU lakes, and the same can be said for that area.  It's inhabited by disgusting pigs who obviously don't know they are disgusting pigs.  LSU doesn't seem to be educating them, either.  SO why isn't anyone organizing a clean up of this mess?  I don't get it.  What I do get is that in the south, an awful lot of people are lazy, stupid, uneducated pigs.  By choice.

I used to freak out completely if my kids ever threw trash down on the ground.  They learned, very early, not to trash the planet.  This seems like a pretty simple concept.  You just wait to dump trash out of your car until you get home.  Not here and it is annoying beyond belief.  I guess the cops here don't have time to enforce littering laws, if there is such a thing as a littering law.  Hell, they don't have time to investigate crimes, as evidenced by a recent theft at an ATM of Tim's bank account info.  We went to report it; the police told us to go to the Sheriff; the Sheriff wasn't OPEN!  Can you believe this.

This is republican land.  This is what happens.  No cops to enforce the few laws on the books..  No respect for the common good.  And the rich building fences to keep out the trash. 

I shudder to think how many environmental laws aren't being enforced here.  It's scary in the petrochemical capital of America.

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