I do flip some things, ties for instance. I may start doing more of this. Usually I'm too greedy with ties and keep them for myself. As far as getting things for friends, yes, I do. There's a high school senior at church who has shown some interest in clothes, and I try gently to push him in the right direction. He told me not long ago he wanted to get a blazer or suit, which I encouraged, of course. Not long after I ran across a Burberry's suit from Saks in great shape. I tried on the jacket, which was too tight for me (it was probably a 38R). I grabbed it for him, as he's still a rail thin teenager. It was half off day at the thrift shop so I got it for $3, I think it was. Fit was slightly loose on him, which is good for a 17 year old. Amazingly, a couple of weeks later at another Salvation Army in town I ran across another Burberry's from Saks, same fit. Had to be from the same donor as the first one. Grabbed it for the kid, too. Now he's got two Burberry's suits at 17 years old. I wish I'd had a wardrobe like that going into college.