posted on Oct, 21 2012 @ 09:39 PM
Originally posted by freedomSlave
Like with every thing profit trumps all there is no regard for the world we leave our children and our grand children .
What is even more disturbing is the amount of food waste of what we throw out and the amount of waste from food expiring of the shelves at the store .
And kids still go to bed hungry in our own countries
edit on 21/10/12 by freedomSlave because: (no reason given)
We've been regulated and legislated to the eyeballs.
Imagine a small starving kid behind a very tall very wide glass wall, that on the other side he can see truckload after truckload of good food being
dumped into a huge waste hole in the ground.
That's how I feel.
Can't take the food, because it might make you sick and you can sue the company who threw it out, or you cant take the left overs because it may
constitute a loss of profit and they would rather taint the food ruining it for consumption that let anyone take it. Or it may simply be against the
law to take good food out of a receptacle that has been provided for the disposal of food stuffs.
All for our safety or protection you see.
And every time it's time for garbage collection when people throw out large household items, and the councel comes along to collect the waste, once a
year, I see old computers, big old tube tv's, stereo systems, all sorts of stuff.
I scored a working decent pentium4 2.6Ghz machine complete with workding hard drive a few months ago. They didn't even wipe the hard drive of data.
Full of emails, images, etc.
The throw away society.
It's illegal to take things out of a dump.
We're tied and bound so tight by legislation that we're too busy trying to breath to notice we're suffocating faster than ever.