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Doesnt matter if it is a 3 cyd trashout or a 300 cyd job, we will always find the following:

Crutches (used for disability hearings, then thrown down after denial)
Christmas trees
ironing boards
mattresses
weight bench/excercise bike
tires
paint
oil

Can't fit any of that stuff by itself in that bag. Maybe for personals...
 

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@GTX - you forgot to mention the kids toys. Always find lots of toys.
We try to gather anything that still has some play left in it and donate them to the local shelters for families that have lost their homes due to fire, or some other charity. But mostly the fire shelter. Fire takes everything, and a family that lost everything, kids toys are the last thing they can afford.

But the rest of that list is spot on. Christmas decorations...man If you were take all I've thrown away, you could decorate the state of Texas, right down to every cactus and tumbleweed. lol
 

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I never thought about why we find so many crutches.



Once I installed handicap ramp for a guy that I KNOW was scamming the system.

Too disabled to get up 2 steps into his house but he drove a standard trans vehicle.
And his wheel chair and crutches were at the pawn shop.

Ummmmmm yeah..................... some thing didn't seem kosher with that one.
 

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Doesnt matter if it is a 3 cyd trashout or a 300 cyd job, we will always find the following:

Crutches (used for disability hearings, then thrown down after denial)
Christmas trees
ironing boards
mattresses
weight bench/excercise bike
tires
paint
oil

Can't fit any of that stuff by itself in that bag. Maybe for personals...
You forgot 50" plasma tv boxes. I usually find at least 2 per house.


I see a lot of those bags around here recently. I saw one that was sitting out to be picked up and had maybe 1/2 cy of stuff in it. Almost wanted to just stop and chuck the stuff in my trailer as a kindness to the homeowner.
 
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