azbackpackr wrote:Hey, that's my favorite joke! Any of you who have hiked with me have heard me tell it! (And tell it again, if you have hiked with me twice!)
SuperstitionGuy wrote:Is it recommended you engraven your name on the bells so they can recognize your remains?
kingsnake wrote:Honestly though, if I had a choice in the disposal of my remains, I would have my body dumped somewhere the critters could get a meal or two off me.
Alston Neal wrote:and I thought retail was hell....
Outdoor Lover wrote:azbackpackr wrote:Retail IS hell
Yes it is. Customer service jobs in general, suck! I do customer service in a way....But I also get to write Dumb Dog Owners tickets!
Thus the need for Pepper Spray...It tends to piss them off!
I admire your guts! Having to confront Stupid People about their dogs would be difficult. The dogs don't know any better, since Stupid People don't and won't train them. Stupid People think dog rules are for other people's dogs. Stupid People are everywhere on trails with their dogs. We almost got attacked in the Gila Wilderness, of all places. There is a certain brand of Stupid People who also like the wilderness, and they always have the same danged comment, "We didn't think anyone else would be hiking here." (Ask Wendy about that one, she was at the front of the line...)
Alston Neal wrote:Is just me or do stupid people tend to get stupid dogs?
I need to get a picture of a sign in my neighborhood. There's a bridge out on a county road, about a mile and a half after the last possible turnoff. There are signs all over the place for the detour, dozens of them. Yet enough people have ignored them that somebody made a handwritten sign that described the closure and explained the route of the detour. They posted it on the stop sign by the last turnoff. I think somebody got tired of strangers turning around in their driveway.Alston Neal wrote:A sign for stupid people....
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