Dumpster Diving for Dummies

Ever wanted to be more like Xue? Well, now you can. Community Service and Wellbeing House are going to teach you how to dumpster dive.

This is our 3rd year doing this! A multipurpose seminar (of sorts) and dumpster-diving workshop for neophytes and experts alike. This wednesday’s part we’re just going to talk about dumpster diving – where to do it, the connection to anarchism, our film, etc…and then next tuesday, we’re actually going to go dumpster diving. You should come to both parts. Community Services House is at 28 Lawn.

TELL YOUR FRIENDS TO COME

Date: Tomorrow, November 8
Time: 8pm – 11pm
Place: Community Service House (28 Lawn Ave)

12 thoughts on “Dumpster Diving for Dummies

  1. Anonymous

    Not certain if my definition is the same as being presented up there, but for me basically it’s digging through the trash of others to find things that are either perfectly fine or easily reappropriated and/or fixed. Not sure why, but people throw out perfectly good things all the time – I know people who furnished entire apartments without spending a dime; they simply found the necessary things lying out on the street.Middletown tends to have some good areas for such endeavors, and if you’re around when all the students leave it’s a veritable treasure trove. Fridges, microwaves, dishware, carpets, furniture (less so now), food; all just lying there waiting to be rescued. It’s a great deal of fun and helps save some cash.

  2. Anonymous

    Not certain if my definition is the same as being presented up there, but for me basically it’s digging through the trash of others to find things that are either perfectly fine or easily reappropriated and/or fixed. Not sure why, but people throw out perfectly good things all the time – I know people who furnished entire apartments without spending a dime; they simply found the necessary things lying out on the street.Middletown tends to have some good areas for such endeavors, and if you’re around when all the students leave it’s a veritable treasure trove. Fridges, microwaves, dishware, carpets, furniture (less so now), food; all just lying there waiting to be rescued. It’s a great deal of fun and helps save some cash.

  3. Anonymous

    Not certain if my definition is the same as being presented up there, but for me basically it’s digging through the trash of others to find things that are either perfectly fine or easily reappropriated and/or fixed. Not sure why, but people throw out perfectly good things all the time – I know people who furnished entire apartments without spending a dime; they simply found the necessary things lying out on the street.

    Middletown tends to have some good areas for such endeavors, and if you’re around when all the students leave it’s a veritable treasure trove. Fridges, microwaves, dishware, carpets, furniture (less so now), food; all just lying there waiting to be rescued. It’s a great deal of fun and helps save some cash.

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