I’ve seen some people strategically place plastic 2 gallon milk jugs on the edges of their lawn, supposedly to ward off the marauding packs of wild dogs which theorectically become frightened by an unmoving, water filled jug.
What is the real reason behind these public eyesores, not unlike those concrete geese? I assume they are meant to instantly prove to your neighbors what kind of refined and classy taste you have in exterior decorating motifs.
Give a match to a man, and he will be warm for a day. Light a man on fire, and he will be warm the rest of his life.