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I've been seein a lot of savers tags at goodwill lately, does savers donate their shit to goodwill after a while?
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maybe it's a flipper unloading losers?

 

i've seen similar with buffalo exchange & gw, but i think that's a straight b2b donation.

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Yea definitely some serious losers lol
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I've always wanted to do this but I feel they'd look at me weird... has this worked for anyone else (I'm talking personal use)

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I do this all the time. I have one spot I hit daily that I walk in and they just bring me a box of ties and I hang them for them. And get first look of course

That's everything in ties too, if you're not first, you're going to get nothing.

 

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How'd you approach them? I feel the approach will make or break it. 

Yeah, friendly and conversational.  DON'T TALK FLIP guys that think you're killing off each item you buy and if they get into a position of pricing shit, they're going to mark it up next time.  Being courteous also gets you noticed.

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Just over here crying. Missed out on a cashmere cucinellli tie
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I found three more pairs of CARTIER glasses...........
pics soon.
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

I've been seein a lot of savers tags at goodwill lately, does savers donate their shit to goodwill after a while?

 

 

... I think that if I ever won the lottery, I would still shop at Goodwill and Savers for the thrill of the hunt. Maybe a side hobby would be to bring some of the purchases into other thrift stores and leave them hanging on the rack as if they belonged there.

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^^^

i don't thumb teases

(that's what she said)

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Quick (quite literal) coffee trip today.

Thrifted a Bonavita BV-1800. Coffee snobs know the deal with this. I already have one, so if anyone in the LA area wants a baller coffee machine hit me up.


Steven Alan size M Linen shirt with shell buttons
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Luciano Barbera Raw Silk blazer. Size 40. Has a lil stain so if anyone wants some otherwise gorgeous cruisewear I'll let it go for what I paid.

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Originally Posted by aging in rhythm View Post

Quick (quite literal) coffee trip today.

Thrifted a Bonavita BV-1800. Coffee snobs know the deal with this. I already have one, so if anyone in the LA area wants a baller coffee machine hit me up.

 

:drool: What if we live in non-LA and want a baller coffee machine?

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:drool: What if we live in non-LA and want a baller coffee machine?

What makes this baller, learn me!

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... I think that if I ever won the lottery, I would still shop at Goodwill and Savers for the thrill of the hunt. Maybe a side hobby would be to bring some of the purchases into other thrift stores and leave them hanging on the rack as if they belonged there.
If I won the lottery I would open a saver in oyster bay New York and put baller ass NWT Loro piana on the racks priced $10 below MSRP
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drool.gif  What if we live in non-LA and want a baller coffee machine?

Then I probably couldn't drive it to you today. wink.gif

I'm willing to ship, I just figured it would be easier for someone local to snag.

@Bahljs - http://www.coffeedetective.com/bonavita-coffee-maker.html

Its a very well regarded coffee maker. Sort of a poor man's Technivorm Moccamaster
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If I won the lottery I would open a saver in oyster bay New York and put baller ass NWT Loro piana on the racks priced $10 below MSRP

I'd start a prop house, which would enable me to travel the world buying dope shit, warehouse it, and rent stuff out for movies & TV. Get to keep all the stuff and make $ on it at the same time.
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I already have one, so if anyone in the LA area wants a baller coffee machine hit me up.

I might be interested if you say this is significantly ballerer than my Zojirushi.

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