>It is considered stealing in NSW if you don't have the contract from the
If you "abandon" something on you're property, oddly, enough, it's
still your property.
In most parts of the US, if you put your trash out on the street, it
immediatly "belongs" to whomever you pay to haul it off. And the
"art" of dumpster diving that I practiced as a security geek is also
illegal since someone other than me owns the stuff. Even when it hits
the city dump, it still belongs to the city.
If you toss something off a boat and it makes its way to shore,
though, it belongs to the finder. Unless the finder is a governmental
agency and "it" can be traced back to you. In which case you belong
to the government. If it's a couple of bricks of grass and it has
your name on it, you should be executed immediatly. Or sooner.
- dillon I am not invalid
"You can't beat hockey when it comes to
regulated, sanctioned *** for children"