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milk bus is spotless

Postby flshooter » Mon Nov 09, 2015 9:19 am

My first time to bus in a couple of months,I had to comment there is no trash anywhere.i hope we're getting thru to people about trashing our places . beatiful day on the lake,I had day off to hunt but was too hot ,so figured a day on the boat would be nice. :D
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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby 12PSI » Mon Nov 09, 2015 9:58 am

We hauled four large bags of trash from the Yacht Club Memorial Day weekend and the place still looked like HELL with all the graffiti. PUNKS!!!

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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby Hog-Wild » Wed Nov 11, 2015 8:55 am

We took a short ride Sunday morning and stopped by the Yacht Club. No trash anywhere, I was very impressed. Except for the graffiti it looked good.
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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby 12PSI » Wed Nov 11, 2015 9:17 am

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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby Olf Art » Wed Nov 11, 2015 9:55 pm

Think about this. How many of y'all got to the marsh with spray cans? It would seem to me that the rodents who are doin this did it with preparation and intent long before they arrived there.
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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby nunook » Wed Nov 11, 2015 9:58 pm

I might have start carrying a few cans on the boat to cover up the mess they left behind :old_glory:
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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby Olf Art » Wed Nov 11, 2015 10:04 pm

nunook wrote:I might have start carrying a few cans on the boat to cover up the mess they left behind :old_glory:

Well, you can up after them, or you can clean them up. Either works.
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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby CactusJack » Wed Nov 11, 2015 11:36 pm

You need to take turns (or draw straws) to get people to stay out there and see who is doing it. Paint over that shatty graffiti and they will think they have a 'blank canvass' and wont be able to wait to get out there and paint their dribble on it.... have someone camp their watching, or even a few huntin' cameras about, the ones that photograph movement.... get a look at these rrr's holes at least.... see who you are dealing with and what hours they normally strike.... when you work that out.... you could even greet them with a nice 'welcoming committee' some time?
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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby Olf Art » Thu Nov 12, 2015 3:33 pm

CactusJack wrote: .... you could even greet them with a nice 'welcoming committee' some time?

Exactly. A couple of baseball bats can be a very effective way of attitude adjustment.
Not to be used on them mind you, but their pickups or four wheelers? :dontknow:
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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby scrambletown » Thu Nov 12, 2015 3:39 pm

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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby Olf Art » Thu Nov 12, 2015 3:55 pm

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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby hirise » Thu Nov 12, 2015 7:21 pm

Olf Art wrote:
CactusJack wrote: .... you could even greet them with a nice 'welcoming committee' some time?

Exactly. A couple of baseball bats can be a very effective way of attitude adjustment.
Not to be used on them mind you, but their pickups or four wheelers? :dontknow:


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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby helicsher » Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:12 pm

I was there months ago and that crap was there then
When I was young my dad put the fear of God in me to many times for me to even think of doing something like that

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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby Whitebear » Fri Nov 13, 2015 12:08 am

Y'all know the rules about threats of violence here on SA.

I was not raised here. I was raised up in the E. Tennessee mountains. My dear ole dad taught me that if you have a problem with a man, you do not take it out on his still, boat, truck, dogs or home and family. You go directly to him and solve the problem. A good and frequent set of eyes could find out who to go talk to on this thread. A, or several, game cams protected by a camper might do the trick too. Once you know who then invite him to a BBQ. Show him some good ole Southern Hospitality.
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Re: milk bus is spotless

Postby Olf Art » Fri Nov 13, 2015 4:05 am

Whitebear wrote:Y'all know the rules about threats of violence here on SA.

I was not raised here. I was raised up in the E. Tennessee mountains. My dear ole dad taught me that if you have a problem with a man, you do not take it out on his still, boat, truck, dogs or home and family. You go directly to him and solve the problem. A good and frequent set of eyes could find out who to go talk to on this thread. A, or several, game cams protected by a camper might do the trick too. Once you know who then invite him to a BBQ. Show him some good ole Southern Hospitality.

Kinda what I had in mind, Bear ....... just a good ol' fashioned camp meeting. Sorta. :)
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