Best Advice for Dumpster Divers
Dumpster diving can be a blast, and a great way to get healthy food for many of us who were not born into class privilege. I don't dumpster dive as much as I use to, but I have been doing it off and on since I first lived in a squat on the streets of edmonton, in 1996 at the age of 16.
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