But if i should advise one thing the bigger the chunk

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sweepers can definitely see how dirty their district is and do their work. But, if I should advise one thing, the bigger the chunk of dump, the more distinct it gets. Cigarette butts are better to be in their cases, and only the cases are to be thrown away. Ashes are then demanded to be carried in portable ashtrays. Papers should be in a pile as well as cans and bottles. Organic foods can be in pieces because they quickly rotten into composts. However, based on the research of Macdonald’s and other fast food chains, instant foods rarely rot. Besides, discarding more garbage can also solve the grave unemployment problem. 8.4 million people live in New York City, and 8.1% are unemployed—that is, 680 thousand
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unemployed citizens. Then, the more we dirty our roads, the more we rescue the destitute from death since the government will be obliged to hire more workers to clear roads. (Or, since the destitute will be able to eat the garbage we throw away.) Meanwhile, if the government insists that it cannot give more cleaning jobs because of its budget, one solution can be lowering the wages and hiring more workers. People cannot complain against the wage, because they cannot earn money from any other means; moreover, they should remember that 680 thousand people are waiting to be employed. And
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