How cool is everydaytrash.com?

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Reading this lovely New York Times piece on secret dumpster pool parties in Brooklyn, I wonder why everydaytrash.com didn’t merit an invitation (yet)? We’re locals dammit!

Bitterness aside, here we have yet another example of how something goes from trashy to trashtastic. Makes me think of how “the future” will be, with thoughts wandering to Mad Max. In a desolate and post-apocalyptic Brooklyn, we’ll be sitting there in our pool dumpsters, growing tomatoes in oil barrels and spend a lot of time walking. That is, if everthing goes wrong. Let’s hope not.

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5 Responses to “How cool is everydaytrash.com?”

  1. Leila Darabi Says:

    Every blog needs a “pool parties” tag.

    And yes, where is our invite??

  2. Cara (repurposeful) Says:

    I love this! Thanks for sharing. Gives me new hope that we can afford to have our own pool, ha!

  3. Leila Darabi Says:

    Thanks for stopping by, Cara. Cool blog. I added you to our sidebar.

    Leila

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