Furniture, rolls of paper, paper towels/toilet paper/assorted paper products, dog food, livestock feed, fertilizer, mulch, lumber, aluminium sows, bales of straw and hay, canned fruits/vegetables, copper wire, livestock feed additives, sugar, salt, chemicals, watermelons, onions(it didn’t end well- I don’t have a reefer) shrubs, flowers, clothing, recylclable plastic and PVC, empty aluminum cans, empty plastic bottles, fruitjuice, soft drinks, beer, vodka, bottled water, bales of cardboard/paper/aluminum cans/plastic bottles for recycling, car parts, truck parts, tires, an aircraft wing, laptop computers, plasma televisions, bricks, doors, windows, conveyor systems, building materials, acoustic ceilings, insulation, fork lifts, plastic film, biofilm, wheels, gas grills, toys, Halloween costumes, live bees, honeycombs,shoes, water heaters, appliances, kayaks and canoes, bicycles and raw cotton seed.
There’s more different stuff, but that’s what comes to mind quickly.
You know what’s awesome about Fury Road? Pretty much everything, But you know what’s the most awesome about Fury Road? It’s that it deliberately sets up a situation that most post-apocalyptic media - and indeed most people - would brush off as “Oh, it’s inevitable, that’s just the way the world works,” and then proceeds to explicitly tear it down and shout “No, it’s not. It’s the product of a system and that system can be killed.”