A Few Thoughts On The Poop B Gone Van

Your Mind Tends To Wander When You Are Parked Next To The Poop B Gone Van In Traffic

Was driving home last night In Port Jeff Station and I was parked in traffic next to the "POOP B GONE" van. From what I understand it is a service that comes to your property and De-Pooperizes your yard. Just a few questions.. How low on the job food chain have you gotten that you can't get a job at Taco Bell and are forced to go to Poop-B-Gone?  What is the interview like?  "Were do you see yourself in two years with Poop-B-Gone?"  or  “What special skills can you bring to Poop B Gone?”  What happens to the doggie poop after they clean it up?  What is the training like?  “Ok trainee..now bend scoop, bend scoop,  bend scoop”   If you do great at your job do you get awarded the Silver Pooper Scooper?  Do they charge more for different dogs?  Poodle is $2.50 per scoop but a Great Dane is $6.50 per scoop.  Let just say you’re a young dude who is a Pooper employee and you meet a pretty girl how do you tell her what you do for a living.. “Well you see I’m a canine excrement  engineer”  Not even Bill Clinton could spin that one.

Maybe they should send the Poop B Gone van over to both the Obama and Romney’s campaign headquarters. Seems like they both have been flinging a lot of you know what around for months. To be honest maybe it is not such a bad way to make a living. Make your own hours. The customer never argues with you. You get to be outside and you get to drive the Pooper Mobile. At my Auto Parts job I have been dealing with crap for 30 years.  Maybe in some odd way I really do work for Poop B Gone..

This story brought to you by Port Jeff's own Carlisle Johnny aka Johnny B

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Carlisle Johnny October 26, 2012 at 01:01 PM
Same from me. no disrespect for the Poop B Gone company or workers. Just a few funny thoughts. My Dad was a dog trainer and had kennels so I was an expert on dog doo. I just would not want to be around if one on those Poopy Van got in a rear end collision..yuk. Thanks for the comment
K. October 26, 2012 at 01:27 PM
Hey, I give them credit for finding a niche market and developing a service to meet its needs! Necessity is the Mother of Invention, and this economy is a harsh "Necessitatrix". I'll never disparage another man's work if it's honest.
mike October 26, 2012 at 05:19 PM
I think the guy that posted the article is a idiot. How can you have the nerve to write about anyone's job as if what you he does is so much better. I'll bet he wishes he can make as much money as a Poop B Gone employee or some one that works at Taco bell. I got more respect for them then some idiot who doesn't know crap about crap that how funny he is , I'm just saying no disrespect but as far as pretty girls go by the looks of it you never had one. Now thats a funny fact.
Mike Voigt - Computer Guy Next Door October 29, 2012 at 06:43 PM
Carlisle Johnny, Not sure how you can say "no disrespect", when what you posted was very disrespectful. You tried to turn it around, but you wrote: "How low on the job food chain have you gotten that you can't get a job at Taco Bell and are forced to go to Poop-B-Gone?" It's typical of today's youth and their use of "my bad" instead of a sincere apology. There are many professionals that would say working in a Auto Parts store is low on the food chain too, and there are many currently unemployed people that would love to have had your job for the past 30 years. Did posting the Poop B Gone review make you feel better in some way? I don't think it made anyone reading it feel better about anything. I was once told that if you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything, and if the service wasn't needed, it wouldn't exist.
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