There are a few people at church who know about my soda can collection. And they know I'll take bags of cans to be recycled (after I've pulled out the cans I need for my collection, of course.) On Wednesday evenings they have a kids' church where supper is provided. And what's left over at the end of the evening? A bag of empty soda cans. So last Sunday I was asked if I wanted that bag of cans each week. I said, "Sure." What's one more bag of cans each week?
This morning I got my first bag. And after going through it, I hit the jackpot with nine cans I didn't have yet.
As if that wasn't enough, my dad gave me a Walmart brand (Great Value) fruit punch can this afternoon.
Overall, not a bad catch.
Sunday, September 11, 2016
A co-worker gave this Monster energy drink can to me last Friday.
It's interesting that Battlefield's new game is set in WWI, but I'm waiting for the future-shooter Call of Duty Infinite Warfare to come out in a few months. And here's the backside of the can:
My dad found this new Dr Pepper can on the side of the road and saved it for me. More college football stuff.
And at a great Midwest antique mall on Saturday I found this straight steel classic can:
I know there's a political joke there but it wasn't worth the $8 price tag to me. But then again, you don't see an old joke can like that very often. Maybe I should have bought. Non-buyer's remorse.