How absolutely inhumane is the Hairstylist Christmas shirt to fine someone for taking something that has been thrown away? Not everyone is dealt the same cards and sometimes we fall on harder times. I’m British currently living in the USA , we can put items we don’t need anymore by our mailbox at the end of our drive for anyone to take, I haven’t put food out there but I have household items, furniture, etc. Its is known that anyone can take those items. I have seen households put excess fruit from their trees in baskets by there mailbox for people to take. It’s called sharing. Maybe we should all share a little more. I have picked up pot plants and an outdoor bamboo lounge setting from people in our street and revamped them with cans of spray paint and new cushions from Kmart. Saved me a fortune!
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Hairstylist Christmas shirt. Helen Davies, I have picked up nice furniture, banana trees, chairs, etc., it’s a matter of sharing what you don’t need anymore, or if you have surplus to what you can use. There need to be more givers in this world and fewer takers. Supermarket “waste” should be freely given to the homeless, et al. Andrew Mitchell Trevor Mottram the problem is that if someone gets ill from it they are likely to (and have) sue the place that they got it from. Some people use it as their literal meal ticket. That’s the problem, we live in a world where you can sue everyone. Jonny Rimes Andrew Mitchell that’s not the real reason. Supermarkets don’t want people getting for free what they can be sold.