posted on Dec, 24 2009 @ 02:16 AM
Well this was back in the late 80s, but as I remember, Safeway & Asda were the worst culprits, but by no means alone. I was homeless. I suspect that,
even tho I was always careful not to make a mess, for fear of discovery more than out of fastidiousness, they probably didn't want scruffy oiks going
through their rubbish.
Something I heard recently tho, from a bloke I occasionally employ for a day, is that a lot of clothes shops cut up the stuff they cant get rid of in
sales, before throwing away. That's a f# scandal too. Especially when you consider the sweatshops the stuff was made in.
On a plus note, in Bristol, there was a scheme where bakers used to donate whatever was left at the end of a day to a homeless charity. Not a big 1 &
you didn't have to answer questions or be properly meek to get help: just turn up; 1st come, 1st served. Tellin yer, doughnuts are good news in
winter! High calorie & no fuss.