By BR4DL3I9H 10 Comments
Every time i walk through a park or even down a street, i always see signs proclaiming the neccesity of dog owners to carry bags to pick up their mess. This makes sense to me, and as an owner of a few animals i can understand the annoyance emiting from anyone who steps in something they don't want to be stepping in. These signs make sense, and they make the world a slightly less annoying place.
But why do horse owners get a free ride? The other day i was walking down the street and narrowly avoided stepping in horse crap, and if i did step in the crap my foot would have sunk up to my ankle in the stuff, but what makes it worse was that it was strategically positioned in the middle of a street pathway. I was almost tempted to look around and see if there were kids hiding nearby with a camera to capture the prank. Then the other day i saw a man being fined for not picking up his dogs mess and thought to myself 'alright, justice at work' but then not an hour later i saw a horse walking down the road and stopping to take a crap right in front of a police car, with two police inside, and then causal trot along. Why are there these double standards?
I think that horse owners should have to carry bags with them as well so when we see a person scooping up dogs mess with a carrier bag we should also see horse riders get off the horse and whip out a big black rubbish bag. In addition, i think that the level of fine should also be meaured on the amount of crap that in deposited. If a dog gets caught then they should get a smaller fine that a horse, and as a test they should use the scraping measurement; can you remove the mess with a piece of cardboard or on grass? or, does this mess require you to actually change your trousers as it looks like you were caught in a filthy watered flood?
To makes this more games related i would just like to say that i am glad to see Batman getting positive early reviews. The next few days can not get here soon enough.