Goodwill hires many handicapped people as warehouse people and pays them less than minimum wage. Yet, the CEO takes home in excess of $3million per year. Quite a scam!
The individuals you refer to, participate in work at Goodwill and other sheltered programs, as a part of their enrichment programs. They live in group homes, paid for by community programs and government funds, and are unable to live independently. There's a difference between exploiting people, and providing an opportunity to have a place to go to do very basic tasks. DON'T knock what you know nothing about! Goodwill is a solid organization, that does help people who cannot do for themselves.
What? My button-down shirts from the 70's are unfashionable? I'm wearing one as I type this comment. I also happen to have a pony tail and beard. Next thing you know, they'll be saying those are out of fashion too. Geez.
Depends upon where you live, I suppose. Having been around long enough to have worn 'button down' shirts in the 1970's (remember Kenningtons?), I somehow doubt that you're very concerned about whether others find your attire to be 'fashionable.' I know I'm not.
VERY GOOD NOW IF THEY COULD STOP TRYING TO BE EBAY WITH THERE AUCTION SITE THEY BE A LOT BETTER OFF
Where auction site? Their site, perhaps?
Cool story!! My husband buys Bibles everywhere he goes, yard sales, thrift stores, etc... makes me crazy because we do not need that many Bibles!!! lol But he hates seeing them sitting there... I'll have to ask him if we have any really old ones...
Must be an interesting collection.Think of all the discarded family photos, 8mm films, letters that future generations will miss.