Killing the Job is usually heard in a union shop environment when a worker is working way too fast. Working way too fast or even slightly faster than the minimum speed you can get away with takes work or paid for time away from other union members.
Union Worker 1: Holy fuck Man! You better tell Weed to slow the fuck down! Union Worker 2: You got that shit right, he's fucking killing the job!
Items the garbage truck won’t take, like tires, motor oil, Hazardous Materials are loaded into the car trunk, back of the mini van or pick-up truck, then driven to the parking lot of usually a big box retailer (Caution must be used as video surveillance is being used to watch for this kind of activity) and then covertly deposited usually by a light pole. Lean the tires against the pole, set the milk jugs of oil around the perimeter of the pole along with the cans of paint.
Neighbor 1: The fuckin’ garbage men won’t take those old tires off my deuce and a quarter.
Neighbor 2: Yea they don’t take none of that shit, you gotta roll by Home Depot and do the Parking Lot Recycler!
A cab heater is a term decades old from the trucking industry. A cab heater is a gun used for the driver’s protection. It can be a handgun either a revolver or a semi-automatic pistol or even a pump shotgun if space permits. Most of these weapons are acquired from the underground element so if used, they can be pitched and no link or connection to the driver can be made. Today, any gun in the passenger compartment of any vehicle can be called a cab heater.
Driver 1: Awe Shit, my first stop is on the East Side of Cleveland.
Driver 2: Sucks to be you. Hope you have a cab heater.
A fast way to make some cash with just a little effort. You rent a box truck, the bigger the better (The most you can afford) with a fake or stolen ID. Pay cash up front and then proceed to drive around the inner city targeting gas stations and neighborhoods whose residents do side work on automobiles in their garages. You offer to dispose of their scrap tires for half of what a licensed hauler would normally charge. You may be referred to as a tire whore. But cash talks and bullshit walks. When the truck is full, you simply return it to the point of rental still fully loaded with the tires you charged a couple of bucks a piece to pick up. You can easily fit 4 to 5 hundred tires in a 16 footer if laced or stacked tight.
Hey Joey, you wanna go with me Friday and do some Tire Recycling? I got a stolen wallet that has a good ID in it that U-Haul will take.