[Noisebridge-discuss] Rodents/tossing out left out food

Oren Beck orenbeck at gmail.com
Mon Dec 23 21:14:32 UTC 2013

Hi- tossing in a "Design Concept for fanciful consideration:

Counters could variously be pinball flipper sweep armed or be time latch
hinged along wall edge.:

One hour after last motion, the counter folds flat against wall so all on
it slides into catch bin...

Not "really" viable on so many levels, but the psych ops of it as an ART
EXHIBIT seems worth discussion, eh?

Oren Beck


On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 2:43 PM, Johny Radio <johnyradio at gmail.com> wrote:

>  On 12/23/2013 11:09:14 AM, "Al Sweigart" <asweigart at gmail.com> wrote:
>  anyone have a problem with me tossing out food that's been left out when
> I do my early morning checks?
> That's awesome, Al. Thanks for all you do!
> But when happens when you get tired of doing it?
>  we need to start putting food in hard plastic tupperware, instead of
> just cardboard boxes or plastic bags that the mice can easily chew through.
> Great idea, Al!
> Except, who is going to do it? How are you going to get people to do
> this? Saying it to Discuss prolly won't do much. Consensing on it prolly
> won't do much. Even suggesting it to people when you happen to be in the
> space prolly won't do much.
> I cannot think of anything that would bring civilization to the kitchen,
> except a New-User Orientation Process. But some Members are dead set
> against community standards, they consider it Fascism or Communism. It
> seems for them that "liberty" means not having to pick up after yourself,
> because fuck community. Welcome to Tea Party Noisebridge. Doesn't matter if
> the result is filth, theft, and breakage-- results don't matter to them,
> just comfy theory.
> We *should* all know how to pull up our own knickers. Except some people
> don't.
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