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Post  barker on Tue 7 Mar - 20:34

any one who lives near the coast will know these big white shite hawks, they scavenge around rubbish tips ploughed fields and my garden when I put the bird food out ,one big blighter is sitting on the fence ready to steal there food before ive made it in doors
on rubbish collection days they descend at dawn in a pack, our council has decreed that we put our household rubbish in black bags so the seagulls can rip them open , after spreading our rubbish over the road they pick the bits they can eat and leave the rest for us to sweep up and re bag
but when we asked the council for a wheely bin with a lid to put our bags in we were told no money for anything like that we need it to pay our head man his £6000 pound a year rise
any way how do you cope with cats foxes and such like ripping your rubbish bags open
thought this would make a change from talking t80

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