latest anti-haul from the local Goodwill

From: Robert Schaefer <>
Date: Sat Jul 27 18:23:04 2002

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From: "chris" <>
To: "Classic Computer" <>
Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2002 04:12 PM
Subject: Re: latest anti-haul from the local Goodwill

> >Chance are they were probably sent off to be scrapped or something, so
> >should have come back later and grabbed them :)
> Yeah, I'm thinking they just chuck them in their dumpster... but I didn't
> poke around in it because of the other people there at the time. Since
> they were early Pentiums... I didn't care that much.
> Maybe tomorrow I will take a few old clothes to be "donated" and I'll
> poke around a bit more. I wonder if dumpsters are considered like
> curbside garbage, once you toss it, it is public domain? (I don't know
> the cops in that town as well, so I might get hassled if I am back there
> dumpster diving at 3am)

One of the places had a big sign making the claime that it was stealing to
take anything in (I agree), on (maybe) or around (don't think so) their
drop-off dumpster. It's since been replaced with a big sign claiming
leaving anything on the ground is illegal dumping and will be prosecuted to
the full extent of the law.

YMMV, IANAL, etc., etc., etc. Remember, it's only wrong if you get caught!

> -chris

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