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To: NormsRevenge
My wife and her family have made a small fortune in the recycling business. It was started in the 1920's by her grandfather (Tin cans and Rags) today they employ over 200 people and recycle Paper, plastic, metal, glass, construction waste, you name it. The place is a wonder, and all built on other people unwanted trash.
12 posted on 08/25/2006 11:32:59 AM PDT by MrNeutron1962
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Aside from metal, do they have a profitable market for the other products w/out govt subsidies?


13 posted on 08/25/2006 11:37:49 AM PDT by Uncledave
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To: MrNeutron1962
My wife and her family have made a small fortune in the recycling business. It was started in the 1920's by her grandfather (Tin cans and Rags) today they employ over 200 people and recycle Paper, plastic, metal, glass, construction waste, you name it. The place is a wonder, and all built on other people unwanted trash.

Fantastic. I love capitalist opportunities. It's when government orders me to provide free labor to assist your wife's business that I object.

25 posted on 08/25/2006 12:31:08 PM PDT by ElkGroveDan (California bashers will be called out)
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