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Junkyard at Woolies Gungahlin Carpark [WHINGE]

By JackW - 3 February 2008 41

Can someone please explain to me why the Charity Bins in the Woolworths carpark at Gungahlin, are ALWAYS surrounded by mountains of junk? I HAVE NEVER FOUND THEM EMPTY AND THEY ARE ALWAYS SURROUNDED BY JUNK. DISGUSTING!

Please, please please people … if you have rubbish, take it to the tip.

IF you have WORTHWHILE charitable goods, please take them directly to the charity stores – they are more than happy to take them. IF you find the hoppers full, don’t dump your crap around the bins. It can only add to the mountains of rubbish already there. What do you think happens when it rains? Do the fairies come out and secretly cover your junk so it doesn’t get wet?

Goodness gracious me people, have a heart and stop dumping crap onto an already massive pile. It is only a moron that gets rid of his or her rubbish in this manner, without having to pay the BASIC HOUSEHOLD RATE at the local Mitchell tip.

Next time you dump your crap in the wee small hours of the morning, it’ll be ME watching you from a distance with camera going. I will then be more than happy to post your details on this website for all to see!

STOP IT AND DO THE RIGHT THING

Photo on its way, but the locals will know what I’m talking about. Apologies if this has already been discussed in another area.

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minime2 5:03 am 18 Feb 08

A few gene Hunt types could put a stop to the dumpers. But the start of all this cross pollination – the Gunghalin charity bins – they have to go. And the charities in question DON’T realise that!? It is THEIR brand name stuck above all the rubbish.

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