I am in the midst of redoing my living room to make it more home theater-friendly. Problem is, I have this big, dirty, stained, ugly futon I need to purge. It would just fit inside the apartment building's dumpster, but the manager insists it must be broken down into small pieces. Well, I can't do that. Don't have the means. FYI, the futon was given to me by a neighbor in the apartment building. I was an easy out for him. At the time, I thought, hell, why not? Now I know. Quite frankly, this is an awful, awful piece of furniture. Even so, is it beneath Goodwill's dignity to pick something like this up? Also, I don't have any vehicular capacity with which to haul this awful thing to a dump. Still, call Goodwill or what? Thanks!