Tuesday, June 3, 2014

People who don't clean up after their dogs should be banished from society. Here's how...

A few weeks ago I went out for a jog along the water in South Boston.  It was a Sunday afternoon, and one of the first really beautiful spring days of the year.  People were out and about everywhere; other runners, couples strolling, kids playing, etc.

On multiple occasions I came across piles of dog crap sitting right in the middle of the sidewalk.  While I did manage to avoid stepping in it, that got me thinking...

People who don't clean up after there dogs are basically saying they don't feel the rules of society apply to them.  In this case the punishment should fit the crime.  They should be removed from the society they live in.

Here's how I see it going down: The cops knock on your door.  "Sir we have multiple eyewitness accounts of you leaving your dog's feces on the street, and a video recording of said events as well.  You're going to have to leave now.  We'll give you 24 hours to vacate the premises."

Normal housing and tenant laws no longer apply to you.  Your lease is broken immediately, or your property is put up for sale by the state at auction.  Not only that, but your name is now on the city's "no-resident list" (like the TSA's no-fly list), and you are now prohibited from ever renting or owning in that community again.

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