Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by MutteringJohn, Jul 10, 2016.
Doesn't seem that smart
A lot of humans do the same exact thing. They take a bag of garbage home with them.
Now I want to know why he kept the trash can lid.
That bear could lose 15 pounds Robin.
I hope that that bag was full of almonds.
to use as a plate?
Y'ever notice how "roadside trash" is ALWAYS junk food? It's never healthy. I've seen the OCCASIONAL example of an overturned Recycling Bin that resulted in Baby Romaine containers and Stonyfield Milk cartons in the street, but by and large it's Fast Food wrappers and Airline Bottles of Alcohol and cigarette packages.
It's as if the users are Embarassed to be seen consuming these products and want to Dispose of the Evidence, so they throw 'em out the car window.
When I moved to my current home a decade ago, I discovered that my particular straight stretch of road seems attractive to trash throwers. I get several bottles and bags every week. It's a lot of energy drinks, fast food wrappers, styrofoam cups, and other sugary fruit drink bottles.
Smarter than beefus when high on wine
These fuckers and the raccoons both tear through my trash cans too often. Sometimes the bears have dragged the shit across the street and up the hill leaving trash all over which I have to clean up. I just recently got two screw on lid garbage containers... let's see them get in now!!
Both of those cunt animals climb the tree and also pull down the bird feeders... it's not easy as they're hanging from unbreakable wire going through pulley's. The bear has flattened/ruined several feeders. It's great to see them go right past the window though... really cute when there's cubs.
Smart, cautious, and thoughtfull.
He also took the lid to use as a dinner plate.
We freeze our smelly garbage. Cuts down on the smell. I keep the garbage can in the back of the garage and put it out in the morning when I leave for work.
I had neighbors who always had bears looting their garbage, they never learned.
I don't know too much about Derby,CT, but I live about a half hour away from it. Many parts of this region are pretty rural. I used to live in a rural CT town and we NEVER left our garbage cans outside. If bears weren't getting into it, some other animal would. Raccoons were a particular problem. You couldn't even drag the cans out the night before a pickup. You had to be up early to move them. For an additional fee, some companies would take the cans out of your garage if they could get access.
Where I am now in CT is more suburban, so I can put my garbage out the night before without any concerns. I used to work nights. So I always had to put the garbage out the afternoon before the pickup because I didn't want to make noise dragging it out later that night (usually 11:30) when I arrived home. Never an animal problem. But there's no way I could do that where I used to live.
My theory is they don't care about there health and they don't care about keeping shit clean. Always see McDonalds bag and containers on the side of the road.