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Cornered by Mike Baldwin for March 29, 2020

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    SHAKEDOWNVILLE  11 months ago

    Small panel: “Clouding” the issues. Large panel: The former “Urinal” Mountains.

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    allen@home  11 months ago

    I don’t mind a dog taking a whizz in my yard it’s when they leave a number two i don’t like. I live on a corner during the summer before i mow the yard i have to go check the yard. I’m looking to see if some fine American citizen while walking their dog has let them leave a land mind or two.

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    Leojim  11 months ago

    Whenever I see somebody pick up after their dog in my yard I always try to make it a point to let them know that they can feel free to deposit it in my trash bin rather than having to carry it around on the rest of their walk.

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    HappyDog Premium Member 11 months ago

    What happened to the “ABOUT” house?

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima Premium Member 11 months ago

    I don’t think they bother to think it. They just do it.

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    jel354  11 months ago

    I’ve never seen neighbors that coordinated before.

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    Dyanna Bishop Premium Member 11 months ago

    I walk 1 dog and carry 5-6 bags just in case.

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    khcm1157  11 months ago

    ‘Burma-shave’.

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    cuzinron47  11 months ago

    They’re assuming that people think about it.

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    CoffeeBob Premium Member 11 months ago

    I’ve found that posting video from my house cameras on our local neighboorhood FB page has helped to “curb” some of the poop-n-run folks.

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    billdaviswords  11 months ago

    All over Manila in the Philippines there are signs, “Bawal umihi dito” (forbidden to urinate here). There only one I ever saw that was actually effective added, “…may kuryente (there is electricity)”!

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