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Trash Liberation by SNORLAX

September 11th, 2006 2:21 AM

INSTRUCTIONS: Pull something still of value - as itself or as a part of something greater - out of a dumpster or trash receptacle. Use it, and provide appropriate proof.

(Note: No points awarded for picking up stuff left on street corners and curbs around the city; it must be liberated from an actual trash receptacle.)

I made a free newspaper receptacle

On my way back home, I found a huge dumpster heaping with garbage. I went in for a closer look and I found all sorts of neat trash in need of liberation.

I took a small metal shelf.

I also helped myself to a few copies of "Bay Guardian," "SF Weekly," and "The Onion."

I went to the bus stop on the north east corner of Fillmore and Oak. There, I created a free newspaper stand for people to enjoy as they sit and wait for the 22.

- smaller

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posted by Raymond Luxury Yacht on September 11th, 2006 11:01 AM

I think it is now in the running for "swankiest bus shelter in SF." To clinch it, just add cupholders and ashtrays to the crappy chair-analogues.

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posted by Cameron on September 11th, 2006 12:41 PM

I think it's exceptionally cool that your scavenged item didn't go to your home, but to better someplace else. If you want to continue improving the stop... find a BartPA member.

I need more votes to cast...

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posted by Mark Vader on October 18th, 2007 2:22 PM

You're so thoughtful! I hope someone equally generous replenishes the newspaper stand at a later date.