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plongeur66

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Not Just On Youtube
« on: December 03, 2016, 04:52:22 AM »
I'm seeing increasing coverage of dumpster divers on the commercial broadcast media.
The audio on this clip is about another near miss with a compactor:
I can make out "dumpster divers mistook compactor for container....employee activates mechanism, 5,000 lbs. of pressure......loud noise.....mechanism stopped, green door opened.....two boys and a girl pulled out (alive).....locks had repeatedly been cut...."
The video is of a pro diver that has nothing to do with the incident. Now people oblivious to the sport can see it in action between watching the Simpsons and the Kardashians. Not sure what the **** he is doing with that apple. His "cleaning" procedure likely left it fouler than when he found it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRheZu8TfbI

 
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Re: Not Just On Youtube
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2016, 07:55:06 PM »
The NWO authorities are cracking down on alternative ways of survival. You must accept the mark of the beast and bow down to the almighty government or risk going to prison. Dumpster diving is going to be crushed under the foot of the NWO for good because we are not good for business, and the corporations run the NWO.

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Re: Not Just On Youtube
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2016, 10:05:17 PM »
I wouldn't worry about the corporations too much. They are just trying to make a living selling stuff the public voluntarily chooses to buy.
In an ideal world, the excess ends up in an unsecured dumpster for divers to scoop up in the dead of night.
But along come hippie malcontents who throw a fit when they encounter stuff they think should have been recycled or donated. A huge liability. Compactors and locks appear in an attempt to keep them out and real divers are SOL. Dumpsters get impounded and searched for recyclables, supposed divers cheer when the business is fined/maligned. And they wonder why they're not finding anything other than busted pallets and lunch room bags?
It's the damn liberals who want to do away with anything you might use to sustain yourself. You want free stuff? You'll have to vote for them and hope they deliver on their promises. "Pickers are stupid and might hurt themselves", they say. "Lock up that garbage!"
The guy who invented the dumpster lock is a douchebag of the same mentality. "Give me a medal for bettering society by inventing this", he says. Interesting patent dispute regarding those locks. He sues the maker of the side-cable locks, claiming they're infringing his patent on the front swing-bar locks - and loses:
http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-federal-circuit/1479592.html
....Then his company steals his competitor's design - and starts making side-cable locks. 
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« Reply #3 on: December 03, 2016, 10:47:29 PM »
Amen. Sadly, these hippie malcontents seem determined to ruin a good thing. By broadcasting it on a loud speaker they end up sending shock waves right up to store management who subsequently lock the dumpster. Last thing management wants is publicity. And if you were to dare to bypass this holy locking mechanism some how you have become a wretched creature indeed to these malcontent hippies  ;D. This is the story about how our dumpsters dried up. One day we will look back on this and wonder what might have been.