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Old 08-04-2015, 12:56 PM   #51
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I remember when I first started driving (almost 4 decades ago) when you let someone get ahead of you or turn out in front of you, you received or gave a wave of thanks. Now people just go..
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Old 08-04-2015, 03:02 PM   #52
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He didn't say anything back. I wasn't close enough to him for it to escalate into a confrontation either. Didn't want to get into a fight about it, especially since both my boys were with me.
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Old 08-04-2015, 09:41 PM   #53
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Just last week I saw a guy place his stinky slinky on the picnic table before storing it.
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Old 08-04-2015, 09:46 PM   #54
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Just last week I saw a guy place his stinky slinky on the picnic table before storing it.
Ugh! Now that's just wrong!
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Old 08-06-2015, 12:43 PM   #55
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Way to go. GENIOUS!
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Old 08-06-2015, 01:57 PM   #56
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I am like Camper Bob, I try to leave my site better and cleaner than when I found it. But when someone is inconsiderate, I will point it out, especially when it effects others.

Our family camped at a local state park this past Fourth of July Holiday. At the dump station, the jerk ahead of me left his bag of garbage behind instead of making the short walk and disposing it in the dumpster. That infuriated me so much that I grabbed the bag and took it home with me. I was hoping there would be a little gold nugget of information of who he was in his trash. Sure enough, the idiot put his reservation slip in the trash with his name and address on it. So I put his trash in a box and shipped it back to him via UPS with a little love letter inside telling him what an inconsiderate boob he was for leaving his trash at the dump station. I cost me $12.00 to ship, but to me, it was worth every penny.
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Today, I finally found out what it was like to wait in line for the sanidump at the Provincial park that we stayed at....I watched each person ahead of me dump and clean their tanks and i have to say most of them were pretty efficient...until the fellow ahead of me in a older travel trailer gets out, grabs the hose from his bumper and opens the cap for his drain after he pulled the lever for the black tank, needless say what happened next....he quickly closed the valve, calmly walks over to the water hose, hoses himself off and walks over to open the sanidump cover, hoses the pad. connects the hose to the drain and sticks the hose in. now, he is not wearing gloves and the odour was horrendous, as it was drawn into the cab of my truck and my wife and I had to bail out and stand away.The couple in the RV behind us did the same. I yelled to him that I had disposable gloves that he could have and he said no but thanks and apologized. He said that he was a plumber by trade and was used to it....
At one of our first outings, we were behind a class C at the dump station. We watched the whole procedure. Every thing was fine except the person had no gloves. They didn't even wash their hands before driving away. It grossed my wife out. About a half an hour down the road, I asked her if she thought that person was riding along eating Cheetos licking the powder off their fingers about now. I thought she was going to hurl. lol
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Illegal maybe??? I know when I checked into a campground down in Florida last April, I was told that a screw in type fitting was required by law to dump into their dump station. Which they conveniently sold just in case I needed one. Can't just stick the hose in the hole there.
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At one of our first outings, we were behind a class C at the dump station. We watched the whole procedure. Every thing was fine except the person had no gloves. They didn't even wash their hands before driving away. It grossed my wife out. About a half an hour down the road, I asked her if she thought that person was riding along eating Cheetos licking the powder off their fingers about now. I thought she was going to hurl. lol
Well I do wash my hands but I rarely wear the gloves. They usually tear either putting on or taking off. I'm very careful as for just what I touch and my stuff is kept clean. Also I "work" in the stuff and worse. Elbow deep sometimes. (gloves are kind of useless then) So no, it doesn't bother me either. Doesn't mean I like it, just used to it. But but but...I scrub my hands and fingernails when done with a small amount of bleach and other strong soap.
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Well I do wash my hands but I rarely wear the gloves. They usually tear either putting on or taking off. I'm very careful as for just what I touch and my stuff is kept clean. Also I "work" in the stuff and worse. Elbow deep sometimes. (gloves are kind of useless then) So no, it doesn't bother me either. Doesn't mean I like it, just used to it. But but but...I scrub my hands and fingernails when done with a small amount of bleach and other strong soap.
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