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OOOh, the high dollar "premier".  

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2 minutes ago, Parr8hed said:

OOOh, the high dollar "premier".  

Right??!! Ha!

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@smudge you are da bomb. The careless littering in this country really chaps my crack. Thank you for doing a small part to clean this up.

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8 minutes ago, Old#7 said:

@smudge you are da bomb. The careless littering in this country really chaps my crack. Thank you for doing a small part to clean this up.

What he said 👍

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19 minutes ago, Further said:

What he said 👍

What they said.

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23 minutes ago, Rumble_Strip said:

What they said.

What he said about what they said.

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There is some unemployed lady facing starvation and homelessness that needed those cans for her next meal.   Oh wait.....

We have a guy that lives a couple miles west of us that come by a couple times a week in his old bike with a plastic milk crate for cans.  I sometimes see him wandering other local roads looking for cans.  I get cans and trash tossed into my yard by passing motorists - I leave the 10 cent cans for him.  

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2 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

What he said about what they said.

Except the chapped crack part. 

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1 minute ago, roadsue said:

Except the chapped crack part. 

PRI is a terrible affliction!

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My favorite lake is on it’s own this year. I’m not going to be going kayaking/fishing this year. I always have a big garbage bag in the car and when I see the shoreline getting trashed up I take it with me in the kayak and clean it up. I only have to do it a couple times over the summer because my lake doesn’t get used much. The first year I did that I had a full bag every trip for about ten days.

If anyone is a good climber I know where the Rumspringa Amish throw their Bush Light cans on their way back from town.

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Do you remember the steel beer cans? They were not worth anything at the recyclers but left in the woods they dissolved into the ground  in a couple years.

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