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EVER SEEN THE TV HOUSE in BERKELEY?  (thanks kenn wilsons flickr!)

EVER SEEN THE "TV HOUSE" in BERKELEY? (thanks kenn wilson's flickr!)

The Broke-Ass modus operandi is usually to take peoples’ unwanted stuff.  We’re the ones inclined to pull couches off the sidewalk, dumpster-dive, and accept any and all kinds of FREE hand-me-downs.  But in this day and age, when even the last vestiges of analogue are going digital, even the brokest of the broke-asses have some obsolete forms of electronics lying around gathering dust.  In a few days it will be 2010, and the first week of January is a time for New Year’s resolutions and a healthy dose of purging (spring ain’t the only time for cleaning).  So clear out your closets and bring your outdated TVs and electronics to Rainbow Grocery on January 3rdE-Cycle Environmental, one of the Bay Area’s few green-certified electronics recycling companies, will have a truck parked in the alley next to Rainbow’s lot, just waiting for you to get rid of your electronics in an environmentally responsible way.

One of the Best Grocery Stores Ever!!!

Recycle TVs & Electronics @ Rainbow Grocery
Sunday January 3rd, 12pm-4pm
Trainor Alley (next to Rainbow Grocery’s parking lot)
Rainbow Grocery is located at 14th and Folsom [the Mission]

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1 Comment

  1. Andrew Dalton - Aggressive Panhandler
    December 30, 2009 at 5:48 pm

    I always wondered what was up with that house. I walked past it once, but they were having a yard sale at the time so I was doubly confused.