Skip to comments.U.S. Paying $25K to Make Park Benches from Garbage for Tijuana
Posted on 09/24/2013 4:04:32 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $25,000 that will go to the construction of benches made of garbage for a park in Tijuana, Mexico.
According to an EPA press release, the agency joined the San Diego Center for Civic Engagement in awarding $45,000 to 4Walls International for the construction of park spaces that will use trash pulled from the Tijuana River Valley as building materials.
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US are so, so screwed.
Keep your guns and stop paying taxes.
Why are we worried about our children and grandchildren sinking under the crushing national debt, when these spendthrifts are building park benches in Mexico and the National Park Service is making a film about how Islam has promoted women’s rights. Apparently, this government has money to burn.
They should make statues of John McCain and Marco Rubio using the Tijuana River trash instead.
Lousy Pelousy said we’ve already cut ‘to the bone’.
Because....Free Trade works!! /s
NAFTA been a huge success...we’re making benches for the Mexicans....I think I’ll celebrate with some Dos Eqquis. /s
Must be a lot of marrow in those bones, eh?
I wish I was in Tijuana...
Eating barbecued iguana...
They call us “anarchists” because we accuse them of wasting money and say we want it stopped.
Let it burn.
25k? Why not just make the benches out of compressed dollar bills. It wold be less expensive and people could then say, “I’m sitting on a pile of cash!”.
I understand just a little
No comprende, it’s a riddle
... and they could have used that money for the flyover of those two guys buried at Arlington ... GRRR.
Heard about that earlier. The civilian pilots put the AF command to shame.
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