Heres another great deal on Craigslist!

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    burns like pallets
    I wouldn't want the painted boards
     
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    Beware Craigslist ads that say they are doing you a favor.
    A handful of that old wood might be good for kindling.
    At what real cost is it being offered?

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    Do these people really think this stuff is usable? It's pretty unbelievable.
     
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    We should help him out by adding to the post . . .

    -- Could chip and use as a great mulch
    -- Could cut up and use as a fantastic looking wreath (granted fir is normally used, but I'm sure pine will work)
    -- Could cut up and hang branches in the house as a cheap deoderizer


    Good grief . . . unbelievable what folks are trying to get rid of . . . maybe I'll put up a post with a couple Hefty bags full of a few week's worth of my trash and see if anyone could find some value in it for potential methane generation.
     
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    Let me know if you do.
     
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    You could advertise to the Outdoor wood furnace guys, they seem to like burning trash! :p
     
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    http://wichitafalls.craigslist.org/zip/2773103390.html
     
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    one man's trash is another man's treasure

    never know if a neighbor that has a burn pile every weekend in the Summer might take your branches for ya.
    Maybe Craigslist is replacing ye olde banter over the fence ......




    I've put all manner of "stuff" out on the curb ( not on trash day ) and they go
    don't know who nor why and don't really want to
     
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