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(Austin News KXAN)   Come shop at Goodwill for great prices on used golf clubs, women's shoes, human skulls   (kxan.com) divider line 17
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2014-08-29 09:46:12 AM  
Ah good, just what I needed to complete my chimney.
 
2014-08-29 10:42:12 AM  
Alas, poor Yorick!  What a thrifty guy he was.
 
2014-08-29 12:38:18 PM  
Digger's Used Goods
 
2014-08-29 12:44:45 PM  
Repurpose, reuse, recycle
 
2014-08-29 12:44:51 PM  
Why pay money for a human skull when they are all over the place, free for the taking? Sure, harvesting one takes a little work, but the effort only makes the prize more dear.
 
2014-08-29 12:46:24 PM  
This is f*cking awesome.
 
2014-08-29 12:49:38 PM  
They make great bongs. or so I hear.
 
2014-08-29 12:52:59 PM  
Subby, you had me at come shop...
 
2014-08-29 01:14:25 PM  
That's what they call a "loss leader". They lure you in with the low-priced skull, which they lose a little bit of money on. But they know you're not going to buy just one skull, so they make up the difference on the other stuff you buy. The low-cost skull is just a ploy to get you in the door. Standard operating procedure.
 
2014-08-29 01:15:50 PM  
They get around. I grew up with an actual human skull in the house, left sitting in a desk drawer. It was part of a skeleton used in a biology classroom, presumably the result of someone leaving his body to science.
 
2014-08-29 01:17:07 PM  
I once attended a gun show where there was an old black guy who had a human skull among the items he had for sale. At first I thought the skull was plastic or plaster until I picked it up and examined it.  I said to the old dude, "This is real."  The old dude replied, "Yes."  I said, "Uh, is it, uh, legal to sell something like this?"   The old dude replied, "Legal?  That's how you is when you is dead."  I put the skull back down on the table.
 
2014-08-29 01:38:02 PM  
www.comicbookreligion.com

"Can I have my ball back, please?"
 
2014-08-29 01:52:18 PM  
Nothing better than a little head
 
2014-08-29 02:48:12 PM  
 Am I the only one who sort of wants a human skull around the house?  Like the apocryphal poets of old?
 
2014-08-29 02:53:37 PM  
Little known fact, Goodwill Industries is a for not-for-profit corporation in tax evasion purposes only.

Executives are well compensated and their workers fall into minimum or slave wage categories.

The "social" mission of proving training and work opportunities involves using the disabled as workers at their stores, while taking advantage of the Federal subsidized labor rates to pay them doodle and squat.

Instead of donating to these vultures you should throw it on your curb with a Free sign attached, at least that way it's theoretically possible someone in need might actually get the items without feeding these repugnant "Charities"
 
2014-08-29 03:44:52 PM  
Again?
 
2014-08-30 12:22:50 AM  
NathanAllen :

Little known fact, Goodwill Industries is a for not-for-profit corporation in tax evasion purposes only.

Executives are well compensated and their workers fall into minimum or slave wage categories.

The "social" mission of proving training and work opportunities involves using the disabled as workers at their stores, while taking advantage of the Federal subsidized labor rates to pay them doodle and squat.

Instead of donating to these vultures you should throw it on your curb with a Free sign attached, at least that way it's theoretically possible someone in need might actually get the items without feeding these repugnant "Charities"


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