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There are 21 comments on the Evening Sun story from Jun 10, 2011, titled Postseason NHL Schedule. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

Bruce Tushingham collects an empty glass bottle that was strewn along Mount Misery Road.

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Visionary

Newville, PA

#1 Jun 10, 2011
He's been cleaning that road for nearly five years, and the trash just keeps on coming as it does everywhere. There are far more slobs than civic-minded folks out there. How about a few prisoners doing the job?
Cycler

Hanover, PA

#2 Jun 10, 2011
I am a member of the Hanover Cyclers and a regular on the clean-up of our Adopted Highway, the Centennial Road. I can't explain the sense of pride you get on the walk back to your car after cleaning your stretch of highway. I grew up on Irishtown Road and still have family there and I take notice to your efforts Bruce and thank you for your dedication. If the world had more people like yourself it would be a much better place to live.
hanover gal

Westminster, MD

#3 Jun 10, 2011
I think this is great of Mr. Tushingham. Maybe this article will inspire more people to do the same, or at least be more mindful before they roll down the window and be litterbugs. Thanks!!
August West

United States

#4 Jun 10, 2011
What a great, civic-minded gentleman! The world needs a lot more of these people, even if they are Democrats! Haha!
Joe Average

Gwynn Oak, MD

#5 Jun 10, 2011
It seems like a no brainer that cash strapped municipalities should increase the fines for littering to an unaffordable level. Those that can't pay get to pick up litter for several weekends.
Jeremy

Havertown, PA

#6 Jun 10, 2011
All that work will amount to nothing. Good cause and all. The problem is that someone like me is just gonna take my trash from my car and chuck it out the window. I might do it today once I get off of work. I'll thank you in advance for picking up MY trash.
Joe Average

Gwynn Oak, MD

#7 Jun 10, 2011
Jeremy wrote:
All that work will amount to nothing. Good cause and all. The problem is that someone like me is just gonna take my trash from my car and chuck it out the window. I might do it today once I get off of work. I'll thank you in advance for picking up MY trash.
Sure you are - if your mom lets you take her bicycle...But when you do, don't let me catch you because it will be both hideously rude and costly to you.
Strictly An Opinion

Hanover, PA

#8 Jun 10, 2011
Jeremy wrote:
All that work will amount to nothing. Good cause and all. The problem is that someone like me is just gonna take my trash from my car and chuck it out the window. I might do it today once I get off of work. I'll thank you in advance for picking up MY trash.
All that work will amount to nothing you say? Not surprising you would think that based on the rest of your comments. It's obvious you're a lazy, self-centered slob with a strong sense of "entitlement" and "what's in it for me attitude". It's also not surprising that you are clueless to how good giving back from the heart and soul can make you feel. Your comments lead me to believe you have gone through life as a "taker" and have never experienced the personal satisfaction of giving back. What a shame for you. I'm sure Mr. Tushingham appreciates you thanking him in advance for the trash you plan to throw his way and in advance would like to say "You're Welcome".
Jeremy

Havertown, PA

#9 Jun 10, 2011
Joe Average wrote:
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Sure you are - if your mom lets you take her bicycle...But when you do, don't let me catch you because it will be both hideously rude and costly to you.
A bicycle? Lol. That's funny. No, I actually drive a car. Also, I generally speed through the area. It's kind of cool to see my cups, food, etc basically go all over the road. Stop by today if you get the chance. I'll help decorate the road again.
reader

Bedford, PA

#10 Jun 10, 2011
Thank you Mr. T. I take a trash bag with me whenever I walk. I pick up trash also. It's great to hear about someone doing so much more. Keep up the good work. Thank you again.
Jeremy

Havertown, PA

#11 Jun 10, 2011
Strictly An Opinion wrote:
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All that work will amount to nothing you say? Not surprising you would think that based on the rest of your comments. It's obvious you're a lazy, self-centered slob with a strong sense of "entitlement" and "what's in it for me attitude". It's also not surprising that you are clueless to how good giving back from the heart and soul can make you feel. Your comments lead me to believe you have gone through life as a "taker" and have never experienced the personal satisfaction of giving back. What a shame for you. I'm sure Mr. Tushingham appreciates you thanking him in advance for the trash you plan to throw his way and in advance would like to say "You're Welcome".
Lazy? Gone through life as a taker? Really? Well I should ask if you even read anything I typed? If you did, you would see that I give plenty. Plenty of garbage. And I'm respectful towards others. I thanked Mr. Tushingham in advance. I must say you don't know anything about me. Perhaps I should give more.
Joe Average

Gwynn Oak, MD

#12 Jun 10, 2011
Jeremy wrote:
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Lazy? Gone through life as a taker? Really? Well I should ask if you even read anything I typed? If you did, you would see that I give plenty. Plenty of garbage. And I'm respectful towards others. I thanked Mr. Tushingham in advance. I must say you don't know anything about me. Perhaps I should give more.
Liberal mouth garbage is all you have.
Jeremy

Havertown, PA

#13 Jun 10, 2011
Joe Average wrote:
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Liberal mouth garbage is all you have.
...what???
Strictly An Opinion

Hanover, PA

#14 Jun 10, 2011
Jeremy wrote:
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Lazy? Gone through life as a taker? Really? Well I should ask if you even read anything I typed? If you did, you would see that I give plenty. Plenty of garbage. And I'm respectful towards others. I thanked Mr. Tushingham in advance. I must say you don't know anything about me. Perhaps I should give more.
You're right. I don't know you. And never will because I don't like to associate with low life losers. Oops, there I go again. My bad. Assuming that because it looks like a duck and acts like a duck it must be a duck!
Sharon V

Liberty, MO

#15 Jun 10, 2011
Thank you for this great article! Mr Tushingham is one of the nicest people I have had the pleasure to meet. He is always smiling and positive, he has an infectious personality. What a great citizen of our community and wonderful human being. THANK YOU Mr and Mrs Tushingham for keeping Irishtown beautiful.
Jeremy

Aylett, VA

#16 Jun 10, 2011
Strictly An Opinion wrote:
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You're right. I don't know you. And never will because I don't like to associate with low life losers. Oops, there I go again. My bad. Assuming that because it looks like a duck and acts like a duck it must be a duck!
Tisk tisk. Name calling now, huh. Don't worry. I forgive you. It must be terrible to have so little going on in your life that you get mad at trash on the road. Do yourself a favor and find a hobby. Either that or get laid. I wish you the best.
August West

United States

#17 Jun 10, 2011
Don't feed the trolls people!
Sue Tushingham Altieri

Chambersburg, PA

#18 Jun 10, 2011
Bruce is my dad & I'm very proud of his efforts. My parents taught me to not litter & to take care of Mother Earth. My husband, Tim, & I have been so inspired by my dad that we adopted a highway on the road we live on, Accomac Rd, York, PA.

The Earth is our home & if we don't take care of it, where will we live? In my opinion it comes down to each of us doing our share to help living beings (Mother Earth included) & practicing loving kindness.

Being a Buddhist I'd like to quote The Buddha:

Believe nothing merely because you have been told it, or because it is traditional, or because you yourselves have imagined it. Do not believe what your teacher tells you merely out of respect for the teacher. But whatever, after due examination and analysis, you find to be conducive to the good, the benefit, the welfare of all beings, that doctrine believe and cling to, and take it as your guide.

I want to also commend the newspaper for writing such a positive story!! There are a lot of positive stories & I'd like to read about more.

Peace to all, Sue :)
Dave Tushingham

Carlisle, PA

#19 Jun 10, 2011
Jeremy wrote:
All that work will amount to nothing. Good cause and all. The problem is that someone like me is just gonna take my trash from my car and chuck it out the window. I might do it today once I get off of work. I'll thank you in advance for picking up MY trash.
Thanks Jeremy...my Dad and I do appreciate your humor. In fact Dad picks up garbage just for the "Good cause and all" as you have so eloquently described. You do get it and you are smart:)!! All the years that everyone has referred to you as dull and slow, well all you have to do is guide these haters to read your crafty posts - that'll fix em, huh? Dad would get a good chuckle from the banter back and forth if he knew how to operate a computer and read the posts he has inspired. Hey Sue - since when are you a Buddhist?? Anyway, I am proud of my dad and his efforts -
Jordan Tushingham

Carlisle, PA

#20 Jun 11, 2011
We all appreciate everything you've done Grandpa. Or at least most of us. Jeremy on the other hand has not accepted the fact that others out there with a kind heart try and make up for your mistakes and keep our planet nice so we can keep our grandkids and great grandkids in a world as nice as it was when we were kids. Jeremy grow some balls by actually being a responsible adult and keep our earth beautiful.

We love you Grandpa!

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