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Redefining Dumpster Diving Answered

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Creatively using dumpsters in neighborhoods for different utilities and sports - a swimming pool, garden box, skate half-pipe, and ping-pong table.
Check out the great pictures at Scene 360 and Trixiny.

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lemonie (author)2009-04-10

I saw this a while ago via www.coudal.com - it's always got fresh links to quality stuff (if you haven't already got it bookmarked) L

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jotism (author)lemonie2009-04-14

would they not rust a bit??? and would they not be a bit hard if you hit your head against one??? About the flash drive mod, just imagine it as a giant memmory card, thnk of the amount of 8Gb MICRO SD cards you could fit in a skip lol!!!

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PKM (author)jotism2009-04-15

It looks like the one in the picture is filled with pond liner plastic or something similar. You could always slip pool noodles over the edges... Now who's going to make a wood-fired redneck hot tub out of a skip? Yes I'm allowed to say "skip", the one in the picture is clearly in England :P

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lemonie (author)jotism2009-04-14

It's only temporary, and yes steel hurts the head - but permanent swimming pools aren't soft either. L

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Plasmana (author)2009-04-12

Are they trying to throw away the water? :-)

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dombeef (author)2009-04-10

Wow what next.... a dumpster flash drive mod?

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1spartan95 (author)dombeef2009-04-13

yeah,9000000000000000005000 gigabytes!

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fwjs28 (author)dombeef2009-04-11
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dombeef (author)fwjs282009-04-11

Yeah The biggest flash drive mod EVER!

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fwjs28 (author)dombeef2009-04-11

bigger than the computer itself...unless its an old computer that takes up an entire room...but those don't have USB ports....it would still be funny either way.....

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coco911231 (author)fwjs282009-04-11

but what if it did....... EPICNESS!!!!

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Big Bear (author)2009-04-12

If you want a larger pool. some shipping containers are topless. 8 feet wide, 8 ft deep, and 40 feet long is a great lap pool.

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