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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 09-24-2012, 10:49 PM Thread Starter
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Tasty freezer treats.

Found this a while back in a freezer. Pic is a bit grainy but the sausage links expired in 2005. Mmmmmm tasty.


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You'll be glad you found those once the zombie apocalypse gets here.
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I kid you not, we had a trashout in a small town a few years ago that had two freezers in the kitchen. Crew was cleaning out boxes and boxes of steak and chicken (thought they hit the mother load) when they came across freezer bags of frozen pit bull puppies. Turned it over to the local police, who had been over there numerous times for animal complaints. Don't know for what exactly, but they went to jail when he tracked the couple down.
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I kid you not, we had a trashout in a small town a few years ago that had two freezers in the kitchen. Crew was cleaning out boxes and boxes of steak and chicken (thought they hit the mother load) when they came across freezer bags of frozen pit bull puppies. Turned it over to the local police, who had been over there numerous times for animal complaints. Don't know for what exactly, but they went to jail when he tracked the couple down.

two things,
First: your crew eats things they find in houses? That is like the first rule of property preservation NEVER EAT ANYTHING YOU FIND.

Second: I have found live animals in houses a few times. A friend of mine actually found a dog no more then 4 months old near death in a garage. He called the cops and they were so mad they said they were going to put out a warrant for the owners for animal cruelty or something. Was sad, the dog was super nice.
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For all I know they threw the freezer contents on the trailer... or went door to door selling the meat. I have no rules for what happens to items our crews pull out of houses, whether they donate toys/clothes/furniture to goodwill, scrap the metals, resell, etc. They are subs.
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two things,
First: your crew eats things they find in houses? That is like the first rule of property preservation NEVER EAT ANYTHING YOU FIND.

Second: I have found live animals in houses a few times. A friend of mine actually found a dog no more then 4 months old near death in a garage. He called the cops and they were so mad they said they were going to put out a warrant for the owners for animal cruelty or something. Was sad, the dog was super nice.
Canned goods on occasion if the power is still on. Found a 3 cases of Chicken soup a few years ago with a date 2 years out. Cheap help and i split it. No really good reason to toss it. Also end up with new bottles of booze and beer. If the date is good it comes home. All of my canning jars i use for my garden have come from repo's. Dump the unknown food out, run em through the dishwasher and re-use them. Sell a lot of jars too. Get 50 cents a piece for them. Picked up hundreds over the years. Found a few dead animals, Nothing frozen though.....
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Nothing from a repo goes into my mouth.

Or near items that go into my mouth.

Sure I may be over doing it, glass can be bleached, but after seeing what you see in these disgusting
places................. nope, I aint doing it. Not even alcohol.
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Nothing from a repo goes into my mouth.

Or near items that go into my mouth.

Sure I may be over doing it, glass can be bleached, but after seeing what you see in these disgusting
places................. nope, I aint doing it. Not even alcohol.
And you'll eat at fast food joints??? LOL!
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They have a certification from the health dept.


At least they have an illusion of cleanliness.
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They have a certification from the health dept.


At least they have an illusion of cleanliness.


Illusion is right. I have heard stories from friends that worked at those places in high school. I'm sure things haven't changed much in 23 years......
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