|I think this was at Sam's Club.|
If you guessed that my "Pet Peve of the Week" is littering, you would be correct. What is it that makes people think that they have the right to throw their refuse out into the world for someone else to deal with? Is this fallout from growing up in a household where kids were
|I think this was at Fry's Food Store.|
|Dreamstime Stock Photo|
|Outside a Circle K Store on Deer Valley.|
How about you? Any ideas?
I am not some "rabid, nutso tree hugging environmentalist", and I realize that in the grand scheme of things this is probably not going to matter much during this brief blip on the screen that my lifetime represents in comparison to eternity, but It just grinds me that SO MANY people feel that making messes for someone else to clean up is somehow "OK". The real bottom line is this: Littering is bad. Not littering is good. I can back that up with the bible: "Therefore, to him who knows to do good and does not do it, to him it is sin." - James 4:17, New King James Version (NKJV)
PHOTO LOCATIONS: 1st Photo: Sam's Club Parking Lot, Glendale, AZ. | 2nd Photo: Frys Food Store Parking Lot, Glendale, AZ | 3rd Photo: Dreamstime Stock Photo | 4th Photo: Circle K Parking Lot, 27th Avenue & Deer Valley Road, Phoenix