25 thoughts on “Dirty Laundry

  1. In my area the homeless would have hauled it off to the recycling depot the next day. They see at least $10 sitting there unclaimed.

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      1. That is surprising because in Canada we have metal scrappers who buy copper wire, steel panels and electric motors for cash. We have homeless folks getting electrocuted stealing electrical mains wire. An act of desperation that sometimes ends tragically. Vacant house are sometimes robbed of their electrical wiring.

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  2. I also laughed when I first saw this photo, just at the ridiculousness of the machines that are meant to be keep things clean being the actual mess! But I do know full well that dumping is no laughing matter and sadly, that it is all too common in rural areas. It’s a huge problem!

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  3. That just doesn’t wash with me 🙂 yes, clean up your act. Although on a completely different note, I’ve come across some creative uses in station country.


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