Monday, August 03, 2009
One of My Least Favorite Sights in Merida (or anywhere else)
I wonder if this is as predominant in other parts of the so-called civilized world, but here in the formerly-white city called Merida you see a lot of this: the used diaper, rolled up into a neat little crap-filled ball and left behind for someone else to throw away.
How hard is it for these inconsiderate adults to dispose of their offsprings' DNA samples in a trash can? What can you expect from these brain-dead individuals when it comes to raising normal, considerate children? What are they thinking as they roll up the disposable diaper, applying the tape to seal it into a tidy bundle?
In an ideal world, where justice and common sense prevails, these people should be made to work in a garbage sorting facility, where they would be in charge of classifying used disposable diapers according to their contents.
Photo taken in the Gran Plaza parkade, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
Posted by William Lawson at Monday, August 03, 2009