Are we becoming a lazy society? More signs prove it to be true. Just look at how someone left a shopping cart at the Rome Walmart parking lot.

The cart stall is right beside the cart. How hard is it to put it INSIDE? The cart more than likely was pushed from across the parking lot and that's where it stopped on its own.

It's like the people, my family, who leave dirty dishes in the sink or on the counter ABOVE the dishwasher. Or the ones, also my family, who don't wipe up the crumbs on the counter after they make a meal.

Utica actually came in at #6 as the laziest place in New York state in a recent survey. It's no surprise. Drivers can't even park properly anymore.

Emily Peters

Don't get me wrong. We're all lazy to a certain extend. I'm the gal who does laundry, forgets its in the wash and has to re-rinse. Leaves the clothes in the dryer for a few days, or until someone else needs it. Then grabs clothes from the basket as needed. Washing, drying, folding AND putting away in the same day is a rarity.

Lazy laundry day, crumbs and dirty dishes isn't what's affecting society. Having someone hold the door, help a lady cross the street, parking between the white lines, or even putting a shopping cart inside the stall is what's missing from humanity.