Most dumpsters had no bubble wrap. They just use tons of plastic wrap these days. But every once in a while, I’d find a few square feet, then 20 feet, then nothing, then another 15, etc. Then I got dumpster fever. It was like fishing. You roll up to some dumpsters and it’s like a fishing hole. You start to get a feeling for whether it’s going to be productive and which particular dumpsters look promising. And I started to figure out the patterns. You don’t, for example, want anything out of a restaurant dumpster, which is smelly and gross. But furniture stores, electronics stores, and many others will occasionally have bubble wrap, sometimes lots.