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Thread: trash music instruments site?????

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    Super Member anniesews's Avatar
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    Apr 2010
    Middle of Michigan

    trash music instruments site?????

    I want to show DH this video but can't remember who posted it. Can somene send me the site, please?

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    Super Member Central Ohio Quilter's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    Central Ohio
    I think this is the one. I saw it on Facebook, but I Googled it and found this. I showed it to my husband too. It is just amazing!


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    Louisville, KY
    Oh wow. That is beautiful.
    We, in America, take so much for granted.

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    Super Member jcrow's Avatar
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    Makes a person feel bad for what all they have. I take a lot of my things to a place called "People helping people", but I don't feel like it's helping people. Anyone can shop there and buy anything they want. And the owner is very rich. I think she donates a very small percentage to some charity - a very, very small percentage. And people who have to do community service work there for free to get their time done. And everyone donates things they no longer want to her shop. She makes out like a bandit. She buys lunch everyday for everyone who works for her. That's how much money she makes. She can afford to do that. We don't have a Salvation Army or Goodwill, so that is the only place to take your used furniture or items or clothes or fabric you no longer want. I hate to see her get away with what she's doing, but the police send people to her to do their time, so they know what's up and they aren't doing anything about it. It's sad, sad, sad.
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