dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

On right solutions and wrong problems.

While it's tempting to come to the conclusion that if John isn't trying to game the system by taking his trash directly to the city dump, we're dealing with the fumble-fingeredness that makes him misplace car keys rake the form of forgetting that it was pick-up day, it's not really as simple as him being a nitwit who wants to stink up the car because his priorities are wrong. What's going on is that for reasons that escape him currently, no sooner does he put the trash on the curb of a morning than it is spread all over the place. Surely, he thinks, the wife will put up with a little discomfort in order to outsmart raccoons making a mess of things.

The problem with this logic is that the loutish animal that eats garbage is Farley The Canine Punching Bag. For some reason that isn't the fact that owing to Elly's angry braying making him think that a can of Alpo is a can of being hollered at at random, he prefers their food waste to the can that's a punishment because she yells at him. This necessitates his having to build a real solution to the trash problem and also to his being a surly dick about it because the Kid is smarter than he is.
Tags: freefloating commentary, john - grinning weirdo

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