Anyone who has ever volunteered a Saturday morning to a company-sponsored roadside cleanup knows that it’s a dirty job, yet a commendable deed. And anyone who has ever ventured beyond the roadside into the thick jungles of Guam for more heavy-duty cleanups knows that it’s a purely repulsive job — involving broken bags of kitchen trash, diapers and so much more than cigarette butts, cans and bottles — making it even that much more commendable.
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