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    Just found this thread and I always put stuff out a day or 2 before garbage pickup if it is in decent shape so someone might find it! I have used freecycle also but people tend to say one thing, do another, not show up, etc so just putting it out where the garbage goes gets rid of it faster. This week an old exercise bike might be making it's way down there

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    And recycling - I do seasonal work at a candy shop, and it would bother me that so many cardboard boxes were thrown out So I started breaking down some of the boxes, and put them in my recycling container at home. And we don't have to make as many trips to the dumpster at work when I do that, which we like.
    So if any of that candy needs "recycled" just give a shout! I hate to see candy go to waste

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    I always called our exercise bike the plant stand. That's all it was ever good for at my house. It went to the curb many years ago!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary_Jo3 View Post
    I didn't mean junkers in a bad way, it's just what they are called around here. Many pick up stuff to recycle as an income, some fix and sell what they pick up, some furnish their homes. I think its great stuff can be reused, I just miss the convenience, now I have to haul it into town and drop it off.
    I wasn't being critical of the term "junkers" Sorry if it came off that way
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