We have a recycling center trailer in the parking lot of our local grocery store. We drove by and they were closed, but they had this sign in front: Wow, they really take a lot of different stuff! So we spend a ton of time today with the kids separating out our recycling, looking at all the numbers on the bottom of the containers, etc. We pile all the stuff into the car, drive down, and pull it all out. The guy looks at it and starts saying, "Well, we don't take this, or that, or those. We only take drink containers that have a CRV." I asked, "I'm confused... you mean you don't take all the stuff on this list?" His reply (very short and annoyed): "No, we don't take anything without a CRV. So we only take (pointing at one item on the list) this (skipping 3 items) this (skipping 2 listings) and this." My question: "So, why are they on the list? Shouldn't you cross them out if you don't pay or even accept them for recycling?" His boss lady walks over and says, "We only take items that the state reimburses you for and we have to have it on the list because we're a recycling center." Ok, is it just me or does this make NO SENSE!? I mean, why the heck have things listed on a sign with prices, but not accept those items? Either the company / people running the place are idiots, or the people that created some policy that requires prices to be listed even if they don't accept them are idiots. So, did I miss something? I went away pretty upset.