Thursday, 2 July 2009
WHAT A LOAD OF RUBBISH
So i'm coming home on the tube and this guy is on the same carriage i board. He ate a MacDonalds and was leaving the crumpled bag and napkin on the seat were i headed to. So i grab it and was going to throw it out before the train left the platform to which he started saying that it was in fact his and that he was going to throw it out himself but never onto the platform and that he (irony on his voice) would never do that...
We could be here as i was on the train, discussing the right and wrongs of the situation but let me just ask you...WHAT OR RATHER, WHEN IS GARBAGE GARBAGE?
The fact is that by leaving it on the seat he was in fact stating that that crumpled bag was garbage, so if was either here or there it was still garbage, right? What does it matter the geography of garbage? It is still polluting if it is not inside a proper container.
That is why i take my garbage home.
WHAT I DON'T DO IS LEAVE MY OWN GARBAGE OUT THERE AND THEN TRY TO BE MORALLY SUPERIOR BECAUSE INSTEAD OF THROWING IT ASIDE I PUT IT NEATLY ON TOP OF A TRAIN SEAT.