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(NJ.com)   Teenagers collect more than 25,000 cans of food to donate to charity. Oh, and also build the world's biggest food-can pyramid   ( nj.com) divider line
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2013-05-07 08:57:55 PM  
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2013-05-07 10:17:15 PM  
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Largest food pyramid scheme? Have they checked the size of Amway?
2013-05-07 08:25:17 PM  
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After collecting more than 25,000 cans of food, a group of teens have apparently set a new record for largest pyramid built entirely of cans.

After the pyramid is dismantled on May 8, all of the cans of vegetables and other food will be donated to three charities - the Community Food Bank of New Jersey based in Hillside; the Salvation Army Plainfield Corps.; and an organization in town called Cranford Family Care.

When asked for comment, local homeless man Gerry Farnsworth demanded, "beets, beans, and carrots? That's it? Farking beets, beans, and carrots? Do I look like a goddamn bunny? Not even any soup?!"

In response, Cranford Teen Advisory Board chair Mark Dingelstedt stated that Cranford was proud to have the only vegan homeless population in America.
2013-05-07 07:48:13 PM  
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24,999 of the cans were pumpkin pie filling.  The other one was spotted dick.
2013-05-07 06:37:13 PM  
1 vote:
In America we have so much food we play with it!!
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