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GoogaMooga
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Done with thrift shops

Postby GoogaMooga » 13 Jan 2022, 12:11

I'm done with thrift shops. No more trawling through piles of dirty, cracked, beat up CDs. It has long been a case of diminishing returns. Time is a precious commodity now, and I think people in my area have donated what is worth donating. If I see another Robbie Williams or Celine Dion CD, I'm gonna SCREAM

One tiny hold-out is a thrift shop where I help them sort CDs and DVDs once a month. I get first dibs and do a bit of charity work, that's enough. Instead I am going to concentrate on Accord, Amazon, and ebay.
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Re: Done with thrift shops

Postby Walk In My Shadow » 13 Jan 2022, 13:12

Just as you were about to be nominated for the Best Thrift Shop Visitor award!
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Re: Done with thrift shops

Postby GoogaMooga » 13 Jan 2022, 16:45

Walk In My Shadow wrote:Just as you were about to be nominated for the Best Thrift Shop Visitor award!


You can have it. :D
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Re: Done with thrift shops

Postby C » 13 Jan 2022, 22:40

GoogaMooga wrote:
Walk In My Shadow wrote:Just as you were about to be nominated for the Best Thrift Shop Visitor award!


You can have it. :D


:lol:

Good lad Googs!



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