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Getting sick of all the complaints from 'householders/homeowners' about dogs going through their trash and leaving it littered outside and upside their various sois.

Stop complaining and separate the wet from the dry (the wet slows down incineration anyway), the same as, I hope, you all put glass, cans and plastic outside for the freelance 'recyclers',

Just heard one of my dogs chomping on something outside my gate to find a bag of fresh, but discarded meat) (no one surely keeps food going off in their 'fridges for more than a day anyway)?

That way everything gets recycled and the soi dogs get to eat too. Even left over rice/veg welcome.

And for those complaining about dogs 'getting into their gardens', here's a little tip for you. SHUT YOUR BLOODY GATE YOU LAZY <deleted>. And that goes for the 'letter writer' to the PG complaining that dogs get through the slots in his 'decorative' wall. Well, either fill them in or, here's a thought 'Anal', make 'em smaller. dcktet.

Got it? Good.

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too bad its not the 30's; you could have joined the SS, I'm sure with your attitude you would have been an officer in no time :whistling:

Well, I wasn't around at the time but I've done quite a bit of reading about the period that you mention and, as far as I can tell, the pre-requisite qualifications for joining the SS did not include neighbourly advice regarding re-cycling.

Nor did they go to the trouble of pointing out how people could improve their lives and remove the need to complain, which is, what the OP is doing.

I agree with him, if dogs are going in your rubbish it's because you put stuff in there that dogs eat. It's not difficult to understand, nor does it, in my opinion, point to a National Socialist tendency.

Of course I could be wrong and the OP may well, as we type, be preparing to invade his neighbours gardens whilst simultaneously meeting with local representatives to discuss a peaceful settlement. We could soon hear of 'Peace in our soi' whilst the whole moo ban mobilises for war.

Time will tell :)

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too bad its not the 30's; you could have joined the SS, I'm sure with your attitude you would have been an officer in no time :whistling:

Well, I wasn't around at the time but I've done quite a bit of reading about the period that you mention and, as far as I can tell, the pre-requisite qualifications for joining the SS did not include neighbourly advice regarding re-cycling.

For every 3 villagers who do not separate their glass, cans, and plastic waste one will be taken outside and shot!

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The problem is not really about rubbish...it's really about dogs.

Also, if people use proper rubbish bins & not plastic bags plonked on footpaths, dogs are less likely to get to the 'yummy bits'.

Solution:

Dog control in Thailand.

Reality:

This will never happen since it seems that all of the 'brown dogs' are totally out of control.

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The problem is not really about rubbish...it's really about dogs.

Also, if people use proper rubbish bins & not plastic bags plonked on footpaths, dogs are less likely to get to the 'yummy bits'.

Solution:

Dog control in Thailand.

Reality:

This will never happen since it seems that all of the 'brown dogs' are totally out of control.:blink:

First off, try taking a walk down your local soi, and you will see, depending upon whether it's a predominantly farang neighbourhood, either those small plastic bins sold at homepro et al - the dogs just reach up and knock the lids off if they 'scent' (we as humans can't do this) something tasty. To the dogs, anyway. Then take a walk down somewhere like Suan Plu (for instance) NO BINS. And try finding one in Lumphini. All is plastic bags 'plonked on footpaths'.

Secondly, what exactly do you mean by 'dog control'? (think I already know the answer to this one:unsure:) How about People Lacking The Intelligence To Realise That We Co-habit (yes we do folks) With Other Species On This Planet Who Have Their Own Way Of Surviving?

And my rant regarding the idle <deleted> not bothering to close their gates stands. Sure, if I left mine open all dam_n day, I'd be having them digging up my planters and pissing up the wheels of my car too. But having more important things to get bent out of shape about, I really wouldn't care:)

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''Just heard one of my dogs chomping on something outside my gate to find a bag of fresh, but discarded meat)''

''And for those complaining about dogs 'getting into their gardens', here's a little tip for you. SHUT YOUR BLOODY GATE YOU LAZY <deleted>.''

Umm...sorry if I am being a simpleton here.... BUT if you had shut your gates, as you advise others... then your dogs wouldn't be able to get out to eat the meat ''outside my gate''

Muppet :clap2:

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too bad its not the 30's; you could have joined the SS, I'm sure with your attitude you would have been an officer in no time :whistling:

Well, I wasn't around at the time but I've done quite a bit of reading about the period that you mention and, as far as I can tell, the pre-requisite qualifications for joining the SS did not include neighbourly advice regarding re-cycling.

For every 3 villagers who do not separate their glass, cans, and plastic waste one will be taken outside and shot!

:lol:

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