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Friday, November 2, 2012

NYC FSA: Dumpster Diving already


Stranded New Yorker: "People Are Defecating in the Hallways"

Have you doubted the predictions that disease would claim more lives when SHTF than hunger and violence?  Three days post-Sandy, and people are using public hallways as toilets.

Keep watching.  Keep learning.

Never forget.


The residents of Staten Island are pleading for help from elected officials, begging for gasoline, food and clothing three days after Sandy slammed the New York City borough.

“We’re going to die! We’re going to freeze! We got 90-year-old people!” Donna Solli told visiting officials. “You don’t understand. You gotta get your trucks down here on the corner now. It’s been three days!”

Link here.


You are watching what will happen in our near future.

Bad People dressing as ConEd repairmen to gain access to homes for looting.

Again, file this for reference in the near future.

Here's the Dumpster Diving link.



  1. It would be interesting if someone put together a timeline on the events.

    Sandy Forms
    Store shelves empty
    Sandy hits
    Dumpster diving

    It would also be interesting to add in .gov responses.

    It would be a useful tool, a playbook of sorts in regard to what the public will do, and what .gov will do and when.

  2. It's sad to see. But at least they are doing it peacefully. Everyone is just taking junk that was thrown away.

    I have no problem with 'Dumpster Diving'. I've done it myself in my younger days. Food is typically thrown away that is still good just because it's near the expiration date.

    Food will be good for a week or more past that, easy. And produce? Apple has a bad spot? Cut it out. Still 90% of a good apple there.

    These aren't the folks I'm worried about, and these won't be the ones to riot. It's the 'entitlement' minded wankers that need to be watched like a hawk. They're already looting, and will be rioting sometime between now and Nov 7th, most likely. They're the ones that are 'too good' to go diving in a dumpster and will kill you for your can of pork and beans instead.

    There is a movie everyone should see called 'Dive!'. Might give a different perspective to folks.


  3. I remember growing up, about 1982 or so, my Dad was friends with the manager of a locally owned grocery store. (They got put out of business with the other 90% of smaller mom and pop shops that died when Wal-Mart came to my town in the early '90s.)

    My Dad was a railcar inspector for GATX. He made a pretty good living until the plant closed, fired everyone and he had to figure out how to feed a family of six on zero income.

    Long story short, his buddy would call him when he was about to put fresh or refrigerated goods into the dumpster, and my Dad and I would arrive 10 minutes later in his late model pickup truck.

    Any time anyone else showed up looking to do the same thing we were, we always shared. We weren't greedy, and often times we'd give other folks some of the better stuff, especially if it looked like they could use it. The '80s around here were a very rough time.

    There were also leaves from cabbage and head lettuce (that no one else wanted) which we fed to our ducks and other poultry. These weren't bad or anything, they were just part of the normal discard process, back when stores received their produce 'rough' and the store had to remove the exterior dirty or unsightly leaves, and then manually wrap them in plastic by hand themselves. The ducks didn't mind the slightly dirty or 'unsightly' leaves.

    That's pretty much how we got through the first half of the 80's. Of course my Dad hunted, fished, and all that. But you can't find yogurt and other dairy items on trees. And he saw it as using something that would otherwise go to waste. My Mother was very vocal about 'Dumpster Diving' at first. My Dad told her point blank, that there was nothing wrong with the food, it wasn't spoiled, and that the only thing that was spoiled was her, and that she was letting her pride get the better of her. She eventually came around.

    I remember one hot July day his buddy called him up and said he had a batch of ice cream that he had to 'rotate out' to make room for a new shipment. He told him he'd wait a few minutes before he put it outside, as it was over 100 degrees that day. When we got there and got the stuff, I remember that it wasn't even expired, but into the dumpster it was going. We got over ONE HUNDRED half gallon cartons of ice cream that day, all of it went into the huge chest freezer my Dad had downstairs. That was the best summer I can remember as a kid. Want ice cream, no problemo. 10 flavors to choose from and 100 cartons of it. It was like heaven. :)

    In recent years I've heard the term 'stealing from dumpsters' parroted around. How the feck can you steal what someone else has DISCARDED? It defies simple logic. But that's the Police State for you. Making criminals where there are none. Heaven forbid some poor hungry bastard takes an apple from a dumpster. Lock 'em in chains and haul them to jail. But then you have to feed them. ;)

    Dumpster diving isn't stealing. You can't steal what someone else is willingly throwing away. They've relinquished ownership of it. It's just trash to them at that point, and lawfully, it's up for grabs.

    And if people would use their head and swallow their pride, they'd be able to take advantage of this limited time modern resource of excess and waste, to put their food dollars towards something else. Like band-aids, and bullets. :)

  4. Something I just read:

    Without Electricity, New Yorkers on Food Stamps Can’t Pay for Food



  5. We are watching the process of natural selection through the camera lens.

    Plus she is saving us some lead.

  6. I truely feel badly for the few souls in those areas that yearn for Liberty and are trying to get out of there. I know that there are Patriots there who feel, because of circumstance, they have no options, other than to stay, and my heart breaks for them.

    As far as the others? The born and bred liberals. The very same people who produce and elect, year after year politians who love to not only be their masters, but the rest of us also...I have no sympathy for them. They are my enemies. They represent everything I despise.

  7. Union Politics at it's best:

    The hurricane-ravaged east coast has been receiving north Alabama help, but crews learned they could not help out in New Jersey unless they affiliated with a union.


  8. On Update 3: Defecating in the hallways.

    Not going into a bucket and then digging a hole outside somewhere. Not separating the urine from the feces, collecting it in empty gallon jugs or whatever for later safe disposal, and throwing a shovel full of dirt in the bucket in between poos, oh no. That would take a modicum of intelligence.

    Expect people to also urinate and defecate in the same bucket, and then pour their filth down the storm drains, and then expect other people to drink from said storm drains in desperation. (No water)

    This is getting uglier with every passing moment.

    I hope people are taking notes. Dead serious. Take note and take notes.

    1. In their defense, a shovelful of dirt in Manhattan can be as tough to find as a bar of gold anywhere else. Still, your point is valid---why would commie-libs have to think about something like personal sanitation? Indeed, why would they ever have to think at all?

      On the same topic, hardly anyone's even mentioned the real long-term problem yet...rats. They were already a problem, but they ain't seen nuthin' yet. The four-legged kind, I mean.

      Me, I'm sure I'd have walked to Pennsylvania by now.

  9. Sad that Americans are in trouble but after hearing/watching the sound/video bites all I hear are victims that never prepared for anything and want .gov to rescue them....


  10. I have to laugh because all those liberals think they are som much smarter than everyone and want to dictate to everyone, but they can't even figure out a simple camp latrine.

  11. For Update 3, we saw the same thing here during Katrina. We had many scum .gov feeders come through Livingston.

    They were sheltered in the local schools and the same thing happened. They shit & pissed in the halls. Vandalized the entire schools. In all, I think the est damage was around $300k on 4 schools. Crime rate went through the roof.

    When the veil of civility falls away, the animal in some (most)will show its true colors.


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