Somebody in my neighborhood, though I don't know who, was a real special snowflake a few weeks ago.
I live in a part of a college town that has a lot of student apartments. Ordinarily this does not bother me, even when they have parties. The noise is not excessive and they stay in their own houses and yards.
However, after this particular round of partying, I was not very happy to see the glass all over the road in front of my house. I don't know if someone just randomly threw liquor bottles out into the street from one of the yards, or if a passing driver threw them out the window of a car or what. But there was broken glass (clearly from liquor bottles) all over the street for the distance of almost a whole block.
Thank goodness this street is not very busy and so I was able to get my broom and sweep it out of the street, as much of it as I saw anyway. I really didn't know what else to do-I know tires don't blow out like they used to in the past but I do know that a piece of glass can work its way in and give the tire a slow leak. I don't even have a car myself but someone was coming to pick me up to go somewhere later that afternoon, and I wouldn't want that person or even a random stranger to get an unnecessary flat tire.
Seriously, who does that?!? Who thinks it's okay to leave broken glass in the street? I guess only a special snowflake who doesn't realize that other people actually drive and walk there and could be negatively affected by that.