File under: They don’t make ‘em like they used to

I just read this nice tribute to Clayton Taub, a real mensch who was essentially a one-man food recovery operation.

The column describes Taub as having “an intolerance for waste and a passion for helping others.” Is it just me, or are there fewer and fewer folks in America’s younger generations who fit that first description?

Your thoughts, please.

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