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Washers and Refrigerators and Tires, Oh My!

We interrupt our regularly scheduled photo of paradise to bring you this:

People need to STOP with the illegal dumping and START TAKING PRIDE IN WHERE YOU LIVE.
And I am sure this applies to people all around the planet, not just on Guam.
This sh*t really pisses me off.
Pardon my french.
That is all.

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15 Responses

  1. Patrick says:

    You should report this to illegal site to your mayor after all he’s an elected official and probably wants to keep his job. Also give a call to Guam EPA. Governor Camacho (along with the village mayors) have made it a priority to clean up abandoned cars and white goods.

  2. Josie says:

    I’ll send word to the Tamuning-Tumon mayor since this was taken at the old hospital area. Thanks.

  3. brent says:

    now that you and addison are being more adventuresome, you will see more and more of this. it would break my heart, to be out in the boonies, totally enjoying the open land, the wildlife, and then trip into a dump. and some of it was pretty gross.

  4. Jess says:

    I was just about to ask what lovely dump you and Addi were strolling through at the time…what’s up with Tamuning and it’s rise in ghetto behavior?

  5. vincenzo says:

    a lot of stuff to be recycled in that picture…

  6. Tricia says:

    This is awful. I haven’t been in Guam more than a decade, but it still holds a special place in my heart. I can’t stand it when people litter.

  7. Christine Lalaine Johnson says:

    A few years ago, Eric and I explored Marbo Cave and we found–amongst a glorious splendor of trash and other unsanitary items–a rusty old PICKUP TRUCK. We couldn’t figure out how the truck got all the way down there. Maybe someone got drunk…

  8. Christine Lalaine Johnson says:

    By the way, I’m really glad that this was not your Where am I picture of the week!

  9. C says:

    It’s definitely not just a Guam thing, littering is practically an institution here in the states.

  10. Brian J Que says:

    You know what’s most ironic about this picture? The garbage cans are empty!

  11. Nadia says:

    Ordot is centrally located and I think they take anything for free! What more can we expect when the new dump opens in Inarajan next year? I hate that people treat our island like that!

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  13. Paul says:

    Yeah, that’s what I meant 🙁 This is pretty “remote” for Guam standards so the dumping gets done “unseen,” but take a look/picture of the dirt “parking lot” before you get to GMH from Tumon. Yuck. PFTT! Bleah!

  14. Ian says:

    Josie, my family and I just finished a two-year tour on Guam, and were very disappointed with the way folks treat your beautiful island. I hated it when the mowing trucks went through because they picked up and blew all the trash everywhere. I once followed a garbage truck that was just spewing trash all down the highway as it rolled along. It’s unfortunate, because Guam would rival the Hawaiian islands if they would just take care of it.

  15. Greg says:

    Although I am waay late in reading this…I’m sure that the right thing to do was to inform Guam EPA of this location. Along with the assistance from GPD, sifting through the rubble whould have provided somthing tangible to link this atrocity to the responsible individuals!
    btw…I speak “french” fluently and this pisses me off as well! Amen sister!

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