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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Trash talkin'

Posted on Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 9:11 AM

To the people that are religious recyclers. The people that shill out money for bags and get nothing in return. Well heads up, you're maybe stopping landfill waste, but, not the economical pollution to remake and reuse recycled goods. The transport and shipping industry is still filled pollution that is unending. And to top things off the loss of jobs to the workers who do the sorting back at the trash yards in the area. So why the fuck do we self-sort for free! I'm sure that having to by specific bags for each type of trash is a pain, while disposal yards are making a mint off the free labour. I propose that, at least, for sorting the dirt for large companies, that we should be able to claim the cost of bags on our yearly taxes. Just a thanks for doing a good thing and getting something back in return. Sorry about the loss to the sorters in the junk business, sorting's dirty work. —Driven by Madness

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