In the front of our business, there is a strip of land, about an 1/8 to a 1/3 mile long by about an average of 30 feet wide. Even though it’s owned by the state, we maintain (mow) it. A friend recently pointed out to me that, if I contacted the state, and explained to them that we have maintained this strip since 1996, that they would award us the said strip of land as our own. The strip of land borders our property on one side, and the entrance ramp to an interstate on the other side. Before we mow, someone, and sometimes it’s me, has to take a golf cart out and pick up all the disgusting litter that dipsticks have tossed from their vehicles. WTH! The question is why? Why can’t they keep it in their car, like in a plastic bag, and then dispose of it at their place. No, that would be too much effort. I’ll just toss it out the window and let someone else pick it up. Can anyone explain this thought process? Rant over? I dunno.