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Paul McCartney Would Like To See What's In Your Garbage…

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pmcartney.jpgIn an act that would make Jack Johnson pick up his guitar and pen a new environmental song, Paul McCartney has admitted that he’s a garbage picker; intent on visiting other people’s rubbish and seeing what he can put to good use. From the article,

“He says, “I’m the kind of guy who doesn’t like to see things in skips. I go past a skip and I’ll say, ‘I could use that. That’s a cupboard, that’s a nice bit of wood.’ I’ll see a rubbish heap and see an odd bit of a bicycle or something and think, ‘Picasso’s Bull’s Head’. I’ll think, ‘Interesting shape that,’ because he used the bike seat didn’t he. Only last night I saw some stuff in a skip and had to be pulled away.

“(Once) I found a white pillow case with a zip. It had paint stains on it from a house painter. I found a real sponge in the Caribbean too. So I rinsed it out and it went in the pillow case and I use that for washing the sailboat.”

It’s nice to see someone with unlimited cash reserves (although ex Heather Mills may have something to say about that) putting to use the 3 Rs. How many other celebrities go looking through people’s trash for their own treasures? Just goes to show that wealth does not mean you have to give up visiting garage sales or your neighbor’s garbage bin. Phew.

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