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California professionals dine out of Dumpsters

By Bob Norman     Nov 30, 2006 in Lifestyle
Two Berkeley California professionals eat out of dumpsters in an effort to cut down on wasted food.
The two educated Berkeley, Calif., professionals - who are not hungry or otherwise in need - say they are motivated by a growing conservation movement with a mantra that wasting resources, especially food, is shameful.
Powell and Vajda estimate they can save up to $100 a week by dining on day-old bread, vegetables and sometimes chocolate from commercial garbage cans.
Unless you're living on the streets and starving I think this is nuts. Think about the disease you're exposing yourself to. Think about the image you present to the world. Am I the only one who thinks these people have a screw loose?
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