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October 2nd, 2010
Location: “Veliki Izvor” (translated: “Great spring”), Serbia, near the city of Zaječar… Was adjusting an antenna for a certain customer, unsuccessfully if I may add (cabling meant for TV use doesn’t really do it for 2.4GHz frequencies that require very high sensitivity, and that was the case here), when I noticed an older part of the village on the short horizon… Older houses have a certain retro feel to them, since they were built in the 40s, 50s or 60s with function and robustness in mind, not kitsch glamour and showing off, as most houses are today in this general area.
Afterwards, I slightly stood up on the roof only to notice something that’s so utterly disgusting, that farting ones face should be considered polite in comparison:
With so much available land and potential organized and controlled dumping space around, why the hell do the folks here dump their every day trash in this stream (which is quite beautiful, if I may add)? Furthermore, why does this trash look like it’s been lying here for a year or two? That’s because it has… and nobody gives a shit. Kudos on taking a dump in your own back yard people, mother nature is taking her Xanax as we speak...