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   xoxoxoBruce  Friday Jan 2 04:58 AM

Jan 2, 2009: Happy New Trash

To many people, when you say New Years Eve, Times Square comes to mind.
Bazillions of people have seen the Times Square celebration, the ball and for a while the Big Apple, dropping at midnight.

A lot less people have actually made their way to New York City to participate in the party, but this year (or would that be last year now?) they claim about a million people showed up. I've been to Times Square (not on NYE) and believe me, it ain't that big. They must have been huddled for warmth.

They say a 25mph wind was blowing around anything that wasn't tied down, but even with the wind's help there was over 40 tons of trash left behind... over a ton of just confetti.



I wonder if someone will do an article on some of the more interesting things the sanitation crews find?



spudcon  Friday Jan 2 05:27 AM

No telling what they'll find.



SPUCK  Friday Jan 2 06:15 AM

"POWER TO THE PLANET"

Buried in trash and garbage...



SquidGirl  Friday Jan 2 08:37 AM

I really want to know if the crew gets paid extra to work NYE-NYDay or if it's just a mandatory shift with no additional perks (besides the perk being you get to keep your job for showing up). Just a thought while I was watching clean-up crews shuffling around.



Trilby  Friday Jan 2 10:09 AM

that looks like the French Quarter on any given morning.



wolf  Friday Jan 2 10:13 AM

Cleaning crew is probably union, and probably getting double time, at least.

And don't forget, they get to keep what they find.



Shawnee123  Friday Jan 2 10:15 AM

It might be kind of fun, looking for lost treasures.

Like when they tore down that rollercoaster, and found a prosthetic leg, along with lots of cell phones and pairs of underwearz.



footfootfoot  Friday Jan 2 10:31 AM

THEY FOUND MY LEG?



HungLikeJesus  Friday Jan 2 11:59 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by footfootfoot View Post
THEY FOUND MY LEGLEGLEG?



Shawnee123  Friday Jan 2 12:06 PM

Funny, footfootfoot's leglegleg was right next to my underwearunderwearunderwear.

How'd we manage that?



Gravdigr  Friday Jan 2 03:44 PM

DamnDamnDamn!!!



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