Cory Doctorow at 2:56 pm Thu, Jul 5, 2012
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Street Tucker, a series of photos of "Food found on the streets of New York City." There's a whole genre of "food left on bike seats."
As someone who is both hungry and unable to eat because she has no money, I can say that I wish Denver were more like this.
I came to protest on your behalf, but I’m glad someone with a more personal connection to the issue is here to do it for me.
Not that food being wasted is news, but it always disgusts me to see it. This isn’t a particular heinous example though, to be fair.
Who throws out or loses Sriracha sauce ? If I found that, I would be like Homer in that episode where he chases that rotisserie pig, ” It’s still good, it’s still good ! ” .
That really happens? People just leave food in random places?
I mean, other than the ones that are obviously an “accidental drop”
I’m ashamed to say, I’ve done it.
You eat out, you get a doggy bag, then suddenly you all decide to go for drinks… Things happen (drunk things) and food gets left somewhere “hilarious”…
Perhaps I just drink too much…
What a waste of food. :sadface:
If you care to take a look, I regularly document liquor I find on the streets of Chicago, and happily take submissions. http://sidewalkliquor.tumblr.com
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In 1851, Henry Mayhew published the four volume London Labour and the London Poor, an influential work of sociology/journalism that documented the life of working class Victorians.
Street artist MEGX converted an unused overpass in Wuppertal, Germany into a LEGO bridge. LEGO-Brücke (via Colossal)
What could be more romantic than a wedding bouquet whose flowers are made from the pages of Sherlock Holmes, and whose handle is a Doctor Who sonic screwdriver?
David Pescovitz at 2:55 pm Thu, Jul 5, 2012
David Pescovitz at 2:27 pm Thu, Jul 5, 2012
Cory Doctorow at 1:57 pm Thu, Jul 5, 2012