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Post  Post subject: I'm sick of garbage!  |  Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 7:24 pm
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Joined: Wed Mar 09, 2011 7:08 pm
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Location: The nanny state

Yes, I'm sick of my own garbage, but I'm more sick of those fuckheads that run the "Waste Management" program. My garbage used to get picked up once a week, but some dumbass pencil pushing dick sucking colledge educated tree hugger had an idea of how to cut costs for the city of Renton. So they forced it's citizens to comply. Now they pick it up every TWO weeks. Oh, bless they're heart, they supplied us with these big ass dumpsters that are suppose to hold more garbage, but they don't. So not only do I have less room in my garage, but by the end of the first week I literaly have to climb into the god damn thing and jump up and down to compact it enough to close the fucking lid. They went too far by expecting me to seperate chicken bones and left over meat loaf from plastic plates and bottles. FUCK THEM and THAT! I won't do it. I don't have time for that stupid shit. Those "Waste Management" ( still garbage men in my book ) motherfuckers can just deal with it. Maybe I should have John and Dustin throw all excess garbage in the street and let the Spazmat squad clean it up. At least they'd be earning thier pay instead of sitting around playing solitair waiting to go bust Joe homeowner for dumping used antifreeze down a hole in thier back yard......oops :)

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