I am referring to the junk goods we have at home, or perhaps in yours too. Here in this country, most of the people use their garage as their storage of all stuffs in their houses, old and new ones. People have the in depth attitude of getting or buying stuffs that they don’t really need in their everyday life, then later these would just be setting down around the corner of their houses, not even used as to the purpose why it was bought in the first place. People just ignore the basics of buying personal belongings, do they need them really, is it a necessity, or will it helped them gain or solve a certain handy man’s’ job. As what other people say money can buy anything never mind the costs. If am not mistaken almost every day, people would dump these stuffs – either old or not in good condition or just a few months old into their fronts on the road ready for collection the next day by the city council people. Most of these are electronics, dry goods like refs, dish washing machines, dryers, etc., cabinets, chairs, tables, lounges, carpets, machining tools, kitchen wares, clothing, toys, among others. Some of our friends love upgrading their electronic equipments in their homes such as TVs, video recorders, DVD players, games such as Wiis, Nintendo, computers, sound systems, etc., once a new version come out from the shops. The old stuffs later were given away free to any close friends/relatives of theirs and if none dumped into the road for rubbish collections. Some smart people would go around looking for such rubbish dumped on the streets during Tuesdays before these stuffs are collected the following day by the city council. Whatever stuffs that could be salvaged and repaired are being taken away, recycled or converted them again to a condition as good as it was and when fixed will be sold at lower or reasonable prices at the secondhand public market in our place, and they make good money from them.
This is an overview exhibiting the life between the rich and the poor in our society.