Scrap Club: A New Twist on Recycling

the bottom line is that we supply you with sledgehammers, crowbars, bats and pipes to destroy various household objects such as tvs, washing machines, cookers, computers, musical instruments, office furniture and the occasional car….all the objects are sourced from the streets usually dumped and/or are donated to us as useless objects beyond their original use….everything destroyed is scrap…if it works we don’t use it….safety is of course paramount so you will be provided with professional safety equipment such as goggles, helmets and gloves professional first-aiders are always on hand just in case…..names are chosen randomly, 10 people at a time get 10 minutes in the ‘scrap pit’ and everybody gets a turn….

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the bottom line is that we supply you with sledgehammers, crowbars, bats and pipes to destroy various household objects such as tvs, washing machines, cookers, computers, musical instruments, office furniture and the occasional car….all the objects are sourced from the streets (usually dumped) and/or are donated to us as useless objects beyond their original use….everything destroyed is scrap…if it works we don’t use it….safety is of course paramount so you will be provided with professional safety equipment such as goggles, helmets and gloves (professional first-aiders are always on hand just in case)…..names are chosen randomly, 10 people at a time get 10 minutes in the `scrap pit’ and everybody gets a turn….

Someday My Prince Will Come….

Sing it!

Today my brain is on big band music and something my exhusband used to do which is too yucky to write about. They are not connected. Neither is my brain.

Now back to the music channel. Jazz and the big bands, all day. Wish you could hear it. Of course there are dancers too. Swing dancing, some of those 20’s flappers too and as always, the figure skaters. Seems the swing dancers and flappers come out for the wind instruments. On days when it’s classical music, especially if there’s a cello involved… ummm, the dancing is much more mellow and slow.

If I hadn’t been too lazy to plug in the radio I would have missed it.