Agree MB is a friend of a friend and it's well worth reading the book he wrote (from which he took no personal profit but tax WAS paid) before forming an opinion based on the very little the media says about him. He is by all accounts a good guy and his point is in large part political and is being made about the excesses of consumerism. I would also like to point out that a substantial proportion of the "freegan" food recovered went to putting on meals for those that are less well off.
Originally Posted by hermitical
"It is not the mountains you conquer, but yourself" - Sir Edmund Hilary