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Discussion in 'Sound Off (MichiganForums.com)' started by bigmac, Apr 10, 2018.
Got to be them baby buck killers. They don't love the outdoors
You would think they would take the refrigerators and stoves back to the scrap yard to get their next dirty thirty of natty light. Or maybe that’s only what poor frat boys do to get drunk the next night.
I truly hope Tony promotes you to lead presenter soon. Hard to tell the difference between your jokes and your Freudian slips some day's.
I'm a brown it's down guy now , you guys broke me.jumping on your team
Not my team, I am not a brown it's down guy by any stretch. I am however a guy that believes one should be allowed to make that choice or choose their own definition of "shooter" if one so desires. I do not expect you to see or a agree to the difference. That is ok too, I only expect so much out of some folks.
Sweet! We turned this from a trash the snowmobilers thread to shooting spikes in only a few hours! Yahoo!
I personally hate the turds that throw their cigarette butts out the window at a stop light or in a parking lot. Every now and then when I'm in the right place at the right time and I'll pick one up and throw it back in their car. I should video this one day. It's hilarious!
Trash and spikes whats the difference they are both the same
Some folks say only trash will shoot a spike, so I guess that is kinda sorta correct.
If it were in the UP I would say probably the groomer responsible for cans not snowmobilers. They ditch the cans before they get to town so they don't get fired.
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While I agree with you I had a good friend in college that made the point that littering is the fastest way to recycle many items. (Think of an apple core thrown in the ditch rather than the dump). I personally have been known to use the expedited form of recycling with apple cores.
retired in Oscoda county 10 years now,you have pigs here too, But more of it from down state folks, from hunting, fishing, trail riding, tubing or what ever, there out there driving around drinking, don,t want to get caught with open container that is it. but i can say when scrap prices went up ,lots of the junk got remove, so maybe scrap prices need to go up, that would keep it down a little , i do take my hat off to the horse back riders, those folks keep there trail clean.
I have noticed the same thing as the OP. The trails have a lot of trash on them but the roads and two tracks have very little, actually an amazingly small amount for a remote area. I assume it is from the snowmobilers also as the trails are always trashed in the spring but the two tracks and highway is not.