New Yorkers shred pieces of paper representing bad memories or things they want to get rid of before the New Year.
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A lady responds in the wake of tossing papers into a junk can to be destroyed. REUTERS/Darren Ornitz
A member places PC parts onto the ground before crushing them with a sledge. REUTERS/Darren Ornitz
A member tosses a message into a junk can to be destroyed. REUTERS/Darren Ornitz
Participants hold up in accordance with papers they will shred amid "No love lost Day". REUTERS/Darren Ornitz
A message identified with President-elect Donald Trump is seen stuck in favor of a truck before being destroyed. REUTERS/Darren Ornitz
Messages communicating awful recollections or occasions are taped onto the side of a truck before they are destroyed. REUTERS/Darren Ornitz
A member tosses a message into a waste can to be destroyed. REUTERS/Darren Ornitz
A member tosses a bit of paper perusing "Trump and Brexit" into a junk can to be destroyed amid "No love lost Day" in Times Square, New York City, December 28, 2016. No love lost Day is a yearly occasion held in New York City for individuals to shred bits of paper speaking to their terrible recollections or things they need to dispose of before the New Year. REUTERS/Darren Ornitz