Monday, April 13, 2015

Messiness. Everywhere.

It's easy to become discouraged by humanity when you keep coming across scenes like this.

I try to ease the disappointment by convincing myself that the long-gone litterbugs simply forgot their drinks there - or on the supermarket shelf, or the bus stop bench, or... - but then I realize there can't be that many forgetful people in the world.

Aside from my finding a convenient place to dispose of the evidence, I see no way, save for DNA matching and facial recognition-based video surveillance, of fixing it. Because you can't teach manners, apparently, and too many people around us have decided they no longer care.

Kinda sad, isn't it?


Kalei's Best Friend said...

I think they're so use to other people taking care of it--- like their mothers. And that's a sad fact

Tabor said...

It is sad and a reflection of a rather lazy society.

Cloudia said...

I think it reflects the broken social contract that is much bigger. Why be courteous in a system where the few winners don't give a shit about average people. society is sick and I blame the "leaders" and "winners" for setting the tone while they plunder our common wealth.

ALOHA from Honolulu,

DougPhoto2009 said...

As long as there is help nearby, people will feel free to be irresponsible.

Katherine Vargas said...

Is really sad that society has become more and more lazy.