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By Gary Brookins
Feb 12, 2018
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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  6 days ago

    oh, the wonders of second-hand thrift stores

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    electricshadow GC Insider 6 days ago

    Does this mean Macklemore is a plugger? Or just a flash(light) in the pan?

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    pcolli  6 days ago

    For her daughter? C’mon, tell the truth.

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    Plods with Beer (did I mention beer?) GC Insider 6 days ago

    “I’m gonna pop some tags…”

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    Dianne Lee GC Insider 6 days ago

    Just a note, no matter how badly an item of clothing is stained or torn, it can either be included in a bail of old clothes sent to poorer nations or sold to make paper. If in doubt whether to put something in the trash or the Good Will can, err in the direction of trying to reuse it. It they can’t use it, they can throw it out. I haven’t bought new clothes in years, I figure I rent them from Good Will or the Salvation Army and return them when I can no longer use them.

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    stairsteppublishing  6 days ago

    Some of my best and favorite clothes(and most complimented about) have come from Goodwill. My best was a pair of new leather pants for $7!

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    Dani Rice  6 days ago

    I didn’t think there was anyplace else to shop.

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    Gent  6 days ago

    Why did the Chicken cross the road?

    To do more shopping.

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    bruno64056  6 days ago

    Now, I can’t, and won’t attempt, to speak for ALL-Goodwill outlets with the following. But, the ones in my-general area get a majority of their re-sells from the return/reject-shipments from Target®-stores. Most of the private-donations—-in particular, of clothing—-are, indeed sent to the baler for re-purposing, with very-little to absolutely no-vetting process. (Likely due to space-restrictions/storage.) Ironically, I’ve heard many complain about the price for Goodwills’ “second-hand” being higher than even at the original Target®-stores, themselves? Sorry, but the “good-will” of the original-Goodwill seems to be a ghost of what it was intended to be, when it was created—-at least, in some-areas of the country. Then again, one is not forced to buy there—-that’s why it’s called, “shopping for the best-deal, for your own-purpose/enjoyment.” Far be it for me to dissuade anyone from shopping where they so desire!

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    choo choo willy  5 days ago

    Also known as the “G W Boutique”.

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