TRASHY SALVATION ARMY IN JAMAICA AND THE GHETTO TRASH THAT PUTS TRASH THERE

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Crummy Archer/149st. People just leave bags of dirty clothes in front of the Salvation Army.

Salvation Army at Archer and 149 St 5.23.16

Salvation Army at Archer and 149 St 5.23.16

Salvation Army at Archer and 149 pl 5.23.16

Salvation Army at Archer and 149 St 5.23.16

Salvation Army at Archer and 149 St 5.23.16

Salvation Army at Archer and 149 St 5.23.16

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Salvation Army at Archer and 149 St 5.23.16

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2 thoughts on “TRASHY SALVATION ARMY IN JAMAICA AND THE GHETTO TRASH THAT PUTS TRASH THERE

  1. I love how people place clothing donations on the sidewalk when the stores are closed. Even if the clothes were in decent shape when they were dropped off, I am sure that after an evening (or even an hour) of sitting on a Queens sidewalk, they acquire too much piss and shit (HUMAN piss and shit, that is) to be reused. Thus, the S.A. is burdened with heavy bags of garbage. Yes, thank you for your donations, lazy effers! **Here in Craphurst people take it one step farther and leave bags of clothing where clothing boxes once sat. Do they see phantom clothing boxes that are not visible to me? Maybe. I never thought I’d say this, but I kind of miss the illegal clothing donation boxes; at least a box provided a receptacle for old clothing. Now the old rags are just tossed on the sidewalk. Farewell, civilization 😦

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    • Ah, yes the good old phantom clothing bins. People in this city are unbelievable, I don’t know where the hell they were raised or how they were raised, but the animal kingdom is much cleaner than the human animals.

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