Thrift stores marshfield wi

Picked up these Dalis from the thrift store for $200

2023.06.07 00:59 PickleBob Picked up these Dalis from the thrift store for $200

Picked up these Dalis from the thrift store for $200 submitted by PickleBob to BudgetAudiophile [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 00:50 throeawayxyz 27 [M4F] #Orlando/North America Submissive guy seeking Dominant connection

Hi there,
I'm a 27-year-old guy from just outside Orlando, Florida and I am seeking a real connection with a dominant woman who knows what she wants, and how to get it. Feel free to reach out if this stands out to you, I'd love to talk. I live alone and have been described by close friends as silly and compassionate, inclusion is one of the most important things in my life. I'm seeking a female-led relationship, the type of dynamic I am looking for is a life partner who is firmly in control, to what extent we can determine what works best for us. I would be more than happy to be your life partner who defers to you on the bigger decisions though I would love for you to have me in mind when making them. I recognize you are a real person so a constant dynamic isn't always realistic.
About me:
Basic stuff: I work a full-time job but also have a side hustle writing, I promise this is not nearly as exciting as it sounds but it is an increasingly lucrative thing that I'm looking to make my full-time focus sooner than later, still figuring out when sooner is though. I'm 5'7, about 140 lbs, here's a recent picture of me for reference. And as I recognize this is important to some people, I do not drive, my eyesight is very poor and as a result, I cannot legally drive, this, however, does not stop me from living an entirely independent life, most people don't actually know/can't tell until I tell them that I cannot drive.
Personal Interests: I love hanging out with friends and doing who knows what, I will admit that I am a bit of a homebody but my greatest joys in life are typically with other people, doing pretty much whatever. I am sober as in I do not drink or smoke but totally cool if you do as long as it is responsibly. I love going to thrift stores, eating great food, and really just exploring. I'm pretty nerdy in that I would say my single favorite thing to do is learn be that via YouTube videos, Reading or just getting out and trying something new, Psychology however is what interests me most and I could spend hours and hours talking about the weird ways people act and why. I also really enjoy movies and would love to know your favorite, I love anything funny or scary, and the Shrek series has a special place in my heart. Also love staying active, recently got back into going to the gym and an avid NBA followefan.
Fun Stuff
I am relatively inexperienced but I am someone who learns quickly and has done a thorough amount of research, enough that I feel that I can confidently serve a woman, the biggest part of all of this to me is the sense of belonging, the feeling of being owned by someone who wants the best for me and thus inspires me to want to be the best possible version of myself for them. I do not take this role lightly and it would be a privilege to be yours.
The Person I'm looking for:
I'm looking for a dominant woman either In Orlando or located somewhere in North America with the intention of this becoming an in person thing, I'm very open to relocating for the right situation and while I do like Orlando there isn't anything keeping me here. My ideal partner would be someone emotionally intelligent and capable of communicating in a healthy, consistent way, nothing excites me more than knowing exactly where I stand with you, for better or worse. (So I can improve to better serve.) Body type is unimportant to me as all women are beautiful in their own unique ways, as long as you take care of yourself you are my type. Age and your experience level are mostly unimportant to me as long as you're 20+ and know what it is you're looking for. Just to reiterate the connection is what is most important to me, knowing that someone has my best interest at heart and I have theirs, knowing that while I am still very much a person with real feelings but I want to be yours, completely.
Thank you for taking the time to check this out, I look forward to speaking to you soon.
submitted by throeawayxyz to r4r [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 00:47 hijoput4 Don't sleep thinking firefox protects your privacy...
Since most people don't check the privacy agreements, here it is:
Privacy Notice Firefox Privacy Notice
Effective August 1, 2022 {: datetime="2022-08-01" } At Mozilla, we believe that privacy is fundamental to a healthy internet.
That’s why we build Firefox, and all our products, to give you greater control over the information you share online and the information you share with us. We strive to collect only what we need to improve Firefox for everyone.
In this Privacy Notice, we explain what data Firefox shares and point you to settings to share even less. We also adhere to the practices outlined in the Mozilla privacy policy for how we receive, handle and share information we collect from Firefox. Firefox by default shares data to: Improve performance and stability for users everywhere {: #health-report }
Interaction data: Firefox sends data about your interactions with Firefox to us (such as number of open tabs and windows; number of webpages visited; number and type of installed Firefox Add-ons; and session length) and Firefox features offered by Mozilla or our partners (such as interaction with Firefox search features and search partner referrals). Technical data: Firefox sends data about your Firefox version and language; device operating system and hardware configuration; memory, basic information about crashes and errors; outcome of automated processes like updates, safebrowsing, and activation to us. When Firefox sends data to us, your IP address is temporarily collected as part of our server logs. 
Read the telemetry documentation for Desktop, Android, or iOS or learn how to opt-out of this data collection on Desktop and Mobile. {: #telemetry } Search {: #defaultsearch }
You can perform searches directly from several places in Firefox, including the Awesome Bar, Search Bar, or on a New Tab. We receive data about how you engage with search in Firefox and the number of searches you request from our search partners.
Location data: When you first use Firefox, it uses your IP address to set your default search provider based on your country. Learn more. Search queries: Firefox by default sends search queries to your search provider to help you discover common phrases other people have searched for and improve your search experience if your selected search provider supports search suggestions. Learn more, including how to disable this feature. Links to our default search providers are: Google Microsoft (Bing) If you enable "Improve the Firefox Suggest Experience," we and our partners may also receive your search queries. Learn more below. 
Recommend relevant content
Firefox displays content, such as Add-on Recommendations, Top Sites (websites suggested by Mozilla for first-time Firefox users), and Pocket Recommendations (which is part of the Mozilla family).
Location data: Firefox uses your IP address to suggest relevant content based on your country and state. Technical & Interaction data: Firefox sends us data such as the position, size and placement of content we suggest, as well as basic data about your interactions with content. This includes the number of times content is displayed or clicked. Pocket Recommendations: We recommend content to you based on your browsing history, language, and country location. The process of deciding which stories you should see based on your browsing history happens locally in your copy of Firefox, and neither Mozilla nor Pocket receives a copy of your browsing history. To help you see relevant Pocket Recommendations based on your location, Firefox shares your language and country location with Pocket. Mozilla and Pocket receive aggregated data about the recommendations you see and click. We also share aggregated data about the sponsored content you see and click with our third-party ad platform Adzerk so advertisers can see how many people click on their articles. This aggregated data does not identify you personally. Top Sites: When you click on a Sponsored Top Sites tile on New Tab, we share your country, region, county (if you're in the US), the tile you clicked, and the time you clicked with AdMarketplace (a third-party referral platform) to verify you navigated to the website. Firefox does not share your IP address or any other information that could be used to identify you. Add-on and Feature Recommendations: We recommend Add-ons in two places: the Manage Your Extensions Page (about:addons) and the Awesome Bar, where you search or type in URLs. We may also recommend Firefox Features in the Awesome Bar. We base the recommendations in about:addons on a cookie. We base the recommendations in the Awesome Bar on your interaction with Firefox. Mozilla does not receive your browser history. The process happens locally in your own computer’s copy of Firefox. Learn More about Awesome Bar recommendations or Extensions Page recommendations. 
Improve security for users everywhere {: #security }
Webpage data to DNS Resolver service: For some Firefox users, Firefox routes DNS requests to a resolver service that has agreed to Mozilla’s strict privacy standards for resolvers. This provides added protection from privacy leaks to local networks and also from certain DNS security attacks. System logs of your DNS requests are deleted from the service within 24 hours and are only used for the purpose of DNS resolution. Learn more or see our default DNS resolver service providers below:
Cloudflare NextDNS Comcast CIRA Shaw 
Technical data for updates: Desktop versions of Firefox check for browser updates by persistently connecting to Mozilla servers. Your Firefox version, language, and device operating system are used to apply the correct updates. Mobile versions of Firefox may connect to another service if you used one to download and install Firefox. Learn more. {: #auto-updates }
Technical data for add-ons blocklist: Firefox for Desktop and Android periodically connect to Mozilla to protect you and others from malicious add-ons. Your Firefox version and language, device operating system, and list of installed add-ons are needed to apply and update the add-ons blocklist. Learn more.
Webpage and technical data to Google’s SafeBrowsing service: To help protect you from malicious downloads, Firefox sends basic information about unrecognized downloads to Google's SafeBrowsing Service, including the filename and the URL it was downloaded from.Learn more or read Google’s Privacy Policy. Opting out prevents Firefox from warning you of potentially illegitimate or malicious websites or downloaded files.
Webpage and technical data to Certificate Authorities: When you visit a secure website (usually identified with a URL starting with "HTTPS"), Firefox validates the website's certificate. This may involve Firefox sending certain information about the website to the Certificate Authority identified by that website. Opting out increases the risk of your private information being intercepted. Learn more. Crash reports {: #crash-reporter }
By default on desktop versions of Firefox, we will ask you to share a report with more detailed information about crashes with Mozilla, but you always have the choice to decline.
Sensitive data: Crash reports include a ‘dump file’ of Firefox’s memory contents at the time of the crash, which may contain data that identifies you or is otherwise sensitive to you. Webpage data: Crash reports include the active URL at time of crash. Technical data: Crash reports include data on why Firefox crashed and the state of device memory and execution during the crash. 
Read the full documentation here. Measure and support our marketing
Campaign and Referral Data: This helps Mozilla understand the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns. {: #referraltracking } On Desktop: Firefox by default sends Mozilla HTTP data that may be included with Firefox’s installer. This enables us to determine the website domain or advertising campaign (if any) that referred you to our download page. Read the documentation or opt-out before installation. On Mobile: Firefox for iOS and Android by default send mobile campaign data to Adjust, our analytics vendor, which has its own privacy policy. Mobile campaign data includes a Google advertising ID or Android ID, IP address, timestamp, country, language/locale, operating system, and app version. Read the documentation. {: #thirdparty } 
Firefox Suggest and Top Pick {: #searches }
Mozilla is developing a new feature that helps deliver you better information with less effort. It’s called Firefox Suggest and an early version of it is currently available to users in the United States. By default, Firefox Suggest shows you recommended and sponsored content based on local data stored on your own computer, such as websites from your browsing history, bookmarks and open tabs.
Sites you visit: Firefox sends Mozilla which suggestions you click or dismiss and Mozilla may share that data with its partners. Location data: Firefox temporarily sends Mozilla your IP address which we use to suggest content based on your country, state, and city. Mozilla may share location information with our partners, but partners will not receive your IP address. Technical & interaction data: Firefox sends Mozilla data such as the number of times Firefox suggests or displays content and your clicks on that content, as well as basic data about your interactions with Firefox Suggest. Mozilla shares information with our partners about how many times suggestions are shown and clicked for verification and feature improvement. 
If you choose to enable "Improve the Firefox Suggest Experience," Firefox shares the following information to improve your browsing experience and to improve the service:
Searches: Firefox sends Mozilla what you type into the search bar and Mozilla may share that data with its partners. 
We take measures to limit our and our partners’ ability to identify you. Learn more. If you use these features, Firefox will share data to provide you functionality and help us improve our products and services: {: #optional-features } Firefox Accounts
Registration data: Mozilla receives your email address and a hash of your password when you create a Firefox Account or sign-up to Join Firefox. You can choose to include a display name or profile image. Your email address is sent to our email vendor, Acoustic, which has its own privacy policy. Location data: For security purposes, we store the IP addresses used to access your Firefox Account in order to approximate your city and country. We use this data to send you email alerts if we detect suspicious activity, such as account logins from other locations. Interaction data: We receive data such as your visits to the Firefox Accounts website, dashboards and menu preferences, what products and services you use in connection with your Firefox Account, and your interactions with our emails and SMS messages. We use this to understand your use of our products and services and to send you more useful Firefox Account Tips and in-product messages. Technical data: To display which devices are synced to your Firefox Account and for security functionality, we store your device operating system, browser and version, timestamp, locale, and the same information for devices connected to your account. If you use your Firefox Account to log into other websites or services (such as AMO or Pocket), we receive the timestamp of those log-ins. 
Read the full documentation or learn more, including how to manage your Firefox Account data or our data practices for websites and email. You can also read the privacy notices for our Firefox Account connected services, which are:
Firefox Monitor Firefox Notes Firefox Sync Firefox Relay Mozilla VPN 
Sync {: #sync }
Synced data: If you enable Sync, Mozilla receives the information that you sync across devices in encrypted form. This may include Firefox tabs, add-ons, passwords, payment autofill information, bookmarks, history, and preferences. Deleting your Firefox Account will delete related Firefox Sync content. You can also read the documentation. Technical and Interaction data: If you enable sync, Firefox will periodically send basic information using Telemetry about the most recent attempt to sync your data, such as when it took place, whether it succeeded or failed, and what type of device is attempting to sync. You can also read the documentation. 
Learn more, including how to enable or disable sync. Location {: #location-services }
Location data to Google's geolocation service: Firefox always asks before determining and sharing your location with a requesting website (for example, if a map website needs your location to provide directions). To determine location, Firefox may use your operating system’s geolocation features, Wi-fi networks, cell phone towers, or IP address, and may send this data to Google's geolocation service, which has its own privacy policy. 
Learn more. Website notifications {: #push-notifications }
Connection data: If you allow a website to send you notifications, Firefox connects with Mozilla and uses your IP address to relay the message. Mozilla cannot access the content of messages. Interaction data: We receive aggregate data such as the number of Firefox subscriptions and unsubscriptions to website notifications, number of messages sent, timestamps, and senders (which may include specific website providers). 
Read the full documentation or learn more, including how to revoke website notifications. Add-ons {: #addons }
You can install Add-ons from (“AMO”) or from the Firefox Add-ons Manager, which is accessible from the Firefox menu button in the toolbar.
Search queries: Search queries in the Add-on Manager are sent to Mozilla to provide you with suggested Add-ons. Interaction data: We receive aggregate data about visits to the AMO website and the Add-ons Manager in Firefox, as well as interactions with content on those pages. Read about data practices on Mozilla websites. Technical data for updates: Firefox periodically connects with Mozilla to install updates to Add-ons. Your installed Add-ons, Firefox version, language, and device operating system are used to apply the correct updates. 
submitted by hijoput4 to RealPiracy [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 00:47 tar_xvzf Brunsviga 16 T thrift store find

Brunsviga 16 T thrift store find submitted by tar_xvzf to addingmachines [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 00:47 Racklefrack Here's another UFO I found in a stash of fabric we bought from a thrift store. The entire top had been pieced together, including the border, but no batting, back, quilting or binding. So I finished it and here it is :) It's a little old fashioned for my taste, but it's beautifully made and quaint.

Here's another UFO I found in a stash of fabric we bought from a thrift store. The entire top had been pieced together, including the border, but no batting, back, quilting or binding. So I finished it and here it is :) It's a little old fashioned for my taste, but it's beautifully made and quaint. submitted by Racklefrack to quilting [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 00:41 dlschindler [Murder Of Crows] S1E4 My Crow Speaks To The Cursed

Darkness covered the funeral as those black clouds rained onto black umbrellas. Most of the policemen were gathered to put Sergeant Ventura into the ground. Detective Winters turned from the man's family, Police, and with a scowling cigarette, he headed back towards his car.
"Did it go well?" I asked him from where I had waited in the back seat.
"You know I told them exactly what happened?" He asked me, after a moment of silent conversation. The rain was making a soothing noise on the roof and windshield, repetitive, insistent and natural. I listened to that, instead of the rest of his monologue: about filling out a report, and then talking about the report to his superiors, and now telling me the whole story. I looked out the window as he went on and on, and watched the various policemen and their wives filing away. I noticed only half of them had wives and only one had a male partner. I wasn't sure if he was to be referred to as a 'wife'. Can't be a 'spouse' in this state. "And for all that they just made me write that I had accidentally shot the corpse-shaped booby trap that killed Sergeant Ventura."
"You finished?" I asked while he stopped to catch his breath.
"Yes. Thank you. I feel better." He claimed. He started his car and we drove back to the hotel.
"You just gonna stay here with me?" I asked him as I headed past the beds for the bathroom. I intended to have a shower, thinking: "I admit I don't get them very often, living outdoors."
"I wouldn't dream of leaving you. You are the love of my life. I can't sleep when you aren't in that bed over there, in the same room as me. Meals just don't taste as good without you." Detective Winters had an odd tone of voice as he said all of that. I decided to just leave it alone.
While I was showering, I realized I was afraid of him. I was harmless compared to him, and I could kill someone to protect something I couldn't even explain. What would he do if I tried to escape? I decided it was best to accept this path. I wanted to make recompense for taking a life. It meant something to me, even if I avoided Earthly justice.
I shaved off my beard and tied my hair back with my bandanna. I looked like a human-being. I finally put on the clothes Detective Winters had bought for me at the thrift store. I looked like a decent person. Cory tilted his head at me.
"Looks like you could find a mate." Cory complimented me.
"Think so?" I asked, blushing.
"Amen." Cory squawked supreme affirmation. I presented myself to Detective Winters.
"Thank you." He muttered, with a cigarette towering ash atop a filter on his mouth, as he lay on his back with a towel over his eyes. He was thanking me for cleaning up.
I too got some rest. It seemed like all we did was sit at the policestation and fill out paperwork. I had started pacing and found I was not allowed out of his sight. Being confined was strangely exhausting.
I laid there and started to fall asleep. It was strange, sleeping indoors again. It had taken me so many nights in that bed to get used to it. My dreams were of distant times and places. Sometimes I saw Khurl and primitive humans in my dreams. Those were strange nights. The hotel window was open, and the sounds of people softly shuffling by, or arguing in the distance, or watching an infomercial all night on full volume, drifted in with the cool breeze. The world was outside and I had learned to sleep in a new place. A strange kind of sleep.
The phone rang and I awoke and sat up. Cory was watching me in the darkness. He asked:
"What is that?"
"It's Detective Winters's phone." I told him.
After it stopped ringing he woke up and got it and called back. He was laying there half asleep.
"You called?" He sounded quiet and spoke slowly. "I was asleep. I saw that you just called. I want to talk to you. Are you okay? I miss you. Hello?"
Someone might be talking to him. He was listening, there in the darkness. Then he looked at the phone, acknowledging that the call was ended. He gently set the phone down and rolled back over. I could only presume he was trying to fall back asleep.
Then his phone rang again and he answered it and asked in a voice I only heard him use there, at night:
"Please tell me what it is. I want to hear it." And there was a pause as he waited for a response. But it was his boss instead, and after chuckling: he told Detective Winters that he was needed at the scene of a murder. I could hear it.
"Let's go." He looked over and saw I was awake. We dressed and went to the car. The cool night air greeted us and Cory outstretched his wings, loving the breeze.
We got out of the car, at those last moments of night, at a hiking trail that led up Grandfather Hill, after crossing Sunberry Creek. I've tasted the legendary sunberries. They aren't meant for human consumption. I wouldn't recommend them.
Forensics had a van near the head of the trail. The body was about to get removed. They had waited for Detective Winters.
"There is the trail they made to get to her." Detective Winters had his last cigarette and lit it with his 'little red riding hood and wolf eyes' lighter. He took a death-sucking drag from it and pointed with it while he exhaled unhealthy air. "I want us to go the long way. I want to know the rest of her story."
I stood quietly and shivered. Cory clicked that there was a path if I turned around. It was a click that meant it was only the first step. There were three or four to find the path. He'd not tell me there were a series of steps, because crows don't think of numbers in the same pattern as humans. Numbers are magical, in their symbolism, to crows. Crows can count to a degree, but they will often stop counting if the number matches the same meaning they identify with the bushels they are counting. Thus the number three, to a crow, is also essentially female, as a symbol. Therefore when counting a group of females, there would necessarily be three. Every number had such a meaning.
I found a stone and when I stepped upon it I knew the path across the roots. It appeared when we got to the top of the hill. It led down to where the creek was. I stopped to get Detective Winters and heard him behind me:
"I'm following." His voice sounded like he had his eyes on me and couldn't really see the path. Cory kept urging my steps and then told me:
"This is where it first found her." Cory hopped down and pointed with his beak. "I think it is like a man. See its funny footstep?"
"What happened?" I asked.
"How should I know, my Lord? You always task me so." Cory flitted up to my shoulder and trembled and whispered into my ear: "It killed her, I am guessing. What do you think?"
I listened then. I had heard the forest once before. I knew this place, it could whisper, in that same tone. For just a moment it was almost a glimmer of a feeling, a childish emotion, a very crude and simple feeling, like just one note of a song. I glanced up and smiled.
"Cory." I said softly, smiling. He drilled a long series of clicks that was his most hilarious laugh.
"My Lord?" Cory wanted to hear what I was thinking.
"It is like Beauty and the Beast. This footprint, that is like a man. It is a man that is like a beast. He wanted her, loved her, followed her."
"Killed her." Cory added.
"That wasn't the plan. See how carefully it hid." I pointed where the shafts of sunlight lit each footprint perfectly. Such a thing could not step out of the bounds that were set for it by nature. Each of its movements in the forest was perfectly synchronized. Until something on its trail changed. Its movement pattern changed. It was following her, although still very careful as it went.
"What godless beast saw this woman and looked so intently?" Cory sounded interested. I could not guess, while I studied its saddest footsteps.
"This is where it retreated." I pointed to the path of its egress from the kill site. The sunlight danced through the trees as though the light were floating through the forest. In those strange shadows I could imagine the rest:
Hunched and breathing in the moonlight it had watched her approach. She had seen its eyes and perhaps she had screamed, fled, panicked. On instinct the beast had forgotten its fascination and attacked. Her fragile body stood no chance and it left her there and fled this direction. I was walking its path.
"I am going to get dogs out here. Wait!" Detective Winters called after me. He sensed the terrible danger and wasn't driven to it as I was.
"Must go now." Cory was insisting. My crow was also afraid.
"I want to see for myself." I also insisted. I was afraid too, but the quality of my fear was merely a sail to the fears lurking upon my path. I could not turn back and face those darker gazes. They could see into my soul and ignore me, cosigning me to the void.
The full moon still stood overhead and shone down in the lighting sky. In the eerie green light of the forest I found a clearing. I had followed the trail, losing the policemen and the detective. They would eventually find me.
The clearing was ringed by mustard colored toadstools all around its edge. A man lay in the bloodied pelt of a wolf as it peeled from his body. His claws held the earth and were caked in gore. Now I only felt the terror of my action. I had ignored my fear, for fear of being ignored by my own lucky stars. Now I was terrified of the thing before me, the deadly and unnatural visage of it.
The beast was breathing a painful mist onto my hand. He was a little more man, than creature, as his stillness grew; from moment to moment. He looked up at me.
"Know we see you." Cory spoke in his most sincere and clearest English.
"Why have you come to see this?" The man-wolf asked in a voice, broken by remorse, tired by rage, shamed by murder and driven to isolation. Besides the inhuman growl that its voice was composed of. Its yellow eyes stared, bleeding tears across a face not yet human and no longer an animal.
"Did you love her?" I asked. "Before she saw you, nothing happened to her."
"Melody! Oh god no! She followed me!" He exclaimed. When he said 'me' he began to howl dismally. This broke into an unearthly and almost inhuman cry of agony, straight from his soul. Hearing it, and knowing the fruit of his lamentation, is what turned a streak of my beard and hair white, and the white feather on Cory drained of color at that same time.
We stood in the morning light and waited. The cursed creature in front of us sobbed miserably. He said:
"I should be dead, not her."
"Death will always happen." Cory told him.
"Not for me." He wept bitterly.
"He understood you." I noticed.
"Indeed. I think it shows he is not so bad. You listen well enough to understand an animal." Cory spoke to me and then to him. He just stared at my crow. Then he confessed:
"It is the beast that is evil."
"She loved you too." I was sure. "Twas the beast that killed her, for that love."
"She did love me." He told the truth and the hot tears washed some of the blood off of his face.
Dogs and policemen arrived. The moon was gone and the sunlight was warming the forest. They trampled the toadstools and put the decomposing wolf's skin into evidence bags. They put the cursed one in handcuffs. An irony that the cuffs could only hold him while he was relatively harmless, not when he was the beast, of course. I was sure of that too, as I looked at a tree he had struck in his bestial fury, cutting into it like the wood of oak were soft.
"What will happen?" I asked Detective Winters.
"You know as well as I do." He replied. "Crazy guy like that will get the best care of modern medicine."
"That's probably for the best." I surmised.
"Yeah?" Detective Winters complimented me, as he lit a smoke he had bummed off of someone. "I believe you. You know I do."
submitted by dlschindler to redditserials [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 00:10 Nail-Thin San Diego Hidden Gems

Share some hidden gems. Little shops, nature, scenic, beaches, food places, thrift shops, coffee shops and book stores. Not your typical/popular places everyone knows about.
submitted by Nail-Thin to sandiego [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 00:09 purgatory2k i gasped when i saw this on the rack at the thrift store

i gasped when i saw this on the rack at the thrift store submitted by purgatory2k to Hereditary [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 00:04 revolutionmeow Favorite thrift stores?

Looking for your favorite Goodwill locations, etc. Thanks!
submitted by revolutionmeow to askportland [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 00:02 Longjumping_Word9258 Not sure if this counts as it was sitting by the dumpster outside the thrift store. Works perfectly vhs & dvd. Free & sells for about $400+

Not sure if this counts as it was sitting by the dumpster outside the thrift store. Works perfectly vhs & dvd. Free & sells for about $400+ submitted by Longjumping_Word9258 to u/Longjumping_Word9258 [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 23:55 hoanx1001 Where to acquire Stephen King books

I’ve been looking for a copy of Salem’s Lot for quite some time now. My library doesn’t have it, and I can’t find it at any thrift stores or yard sales and my town doesn’t have a book store. Just looking for some extra ideas to find his novels, as I’d eventually like to collect all of them!
submitted by hoanx1001 to stephenking [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 23:51 Minnara Sewing machine brand nonexistent online?

Sewing machine brand nonexistent online?
Found this sewing machine for only a few dollars at my local thrift store so I bought it. Tried to look it up so I can get the right needles/etc., but I cannot find any information on anything White-Westinghouse online whatsoever. A guide I found said White never sold any sewing machines under the same name after they were bought by another company, so I assume their buying of Westinghouse and the making of this machine was before then, but I cannot find any other connection between them and Westinghouse when it comes to sewing machines. The only vaguely similar thing I was able to find was an old ebay link to a mini sewing machine also labelled White-Westinghouse with the same logo on it.
And here I just wanted to find a manual for it 😅
submitted by Minnara to HelpMeFind [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 23:47 OneInternational3110 Can someone help me identify her? Found for $5 at a thrift store

Can someone help me identify her? Found for $5 at a thrift store submitted by OneInternational3110 to Barbie [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 23:28 Minnara Found at local thrift store, can’t find anything about it anywhere online?

Found at local thrift store, can’t find anything about it anywhere online? submitted by Minnara to SewingMachinePorn [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 23:20 _babycarrotz Found a Kabu bear while at a used bookstore today!

Found a Kabu bear while at a used bookstore today!
I also saw a different Kabu (the pink cat) and about 10 other bears between the bookstore and various thrift stores but I only grabbed this one
submitted by _babycarrotz to buildabear [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 23:18 AdElectrical578 DIY & Thrift Store Finds - June 04, 2023

submitted by AdElectrical578 to u/AdElectrical578 [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 22:58 bubble-buddy2 [Japanese > English] I got this small vase from a thrift store. It has what I think is Japanese Kanji on the bottom. What does it say?

[Japanese > English] I got this small vase from a thrift store. It has what I think is Japanese Kanji on the bottom. What does it say? submitted by bubble-buddy2 to translator [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 22:46 lulurevamped Random drawings I found while moving

Random drawings I found while moving submitted by lulurevamped to sketchpad [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 22:46 CarlieHorse Is this considered a hoover?

Every time I start feeling emotionally stable, they suddenly pop up saying they miss me or want to chat. But here's the catch: as soon as we start talking, they get all worked up on their own, bringing up past issues that can't be fixed or we have already discussed (I try to stay neutral and keep things light, so I know I'm not pushing their buttons).
For example: the other day, I met up with them wearing a new outfit I bought at a thrift store. They loaned me some money that I am in the process of paying back. They flipped out when they saw me, going off about how selfish I was for splurging on clothes while I still owe them money. They've got all my warm weather clothes at their house where I lived, and I haven't been able to get them back.
Then they'll storm off in a huff, telling me to never to contact them again. And if I'm weak and send them messages explaining or defending myself, they'll accuse me of being emotionally abusive and disrespecting their boundaries. Just the other day, they called me to tell me to stop responding to their messages and how my responses in defense were making them feel worse.
For instance: after one of these encounters they sent me a message saying that neither of us is in the right place for any kind of relationship. They claimed they're not right for me, and despite those moments where we miss each other, they believe those versions of ourselves never existed. They said they were worried about leading me on by being friendly. They said that it wasn't up for discussion and that they didn't want any communication or response to their message whatsoever.
Unfortunately, I caved and ended up sending them some messages because it was so abrupt. I don't want them to think I'm being led on. We still have some practical stuff to sort out, which means we have to communicate at some point. I just want to keep things civil. They've been pretty cruel to me in the past, but lately they've been in a better mood. So I told them I didn't feel like they were leading me on and that I'm not interested in a romantic relationship with them. My aim is to stay on good terms and be kind to each other, hoping they'll return my stuff without much drama. I let them know I'm focused on moving on and that I'm open to whatever kind of involvement they want in my life in the future. I was hurting so I did mention that I was glad they found someone new - I know I poked the bear. I didn't want to get into a lengthy discussion, but I also didn't want them to get the wrong impression of me. I still keep in touch with their kids, so it's easier if they are friendly.
I know I shouldn't have messaged back when they asked me not to, but it felt so weird to leave it hanging like that, considering I had been triggered by them a few days prior.
They said that this pattern of my behavior was a reason they broke up with me. They said they were very clear but I often ignored their requests or instructions. I don't have this problem with anyone else in my life. They would make an inflammatory anxiety-inducing statement like "I want to break up" "you make me want to die" and then IMMEDIATELY ask for space with no indication if/when we can discuss it whatsoever. It was so infuriating because I felt like they were essentially gagging me after dropping something really dramatic on my lap. I was often left angry, anxious and ashamed. It made me clingy and eventually it did become really hard to not message or say anything back.
Is this something you've encountered?
When someone upsets you or sends you unwanted messages, wouldn't you just block them or ignore/delete their messages altogether? Why would they go through the trouble of calling me up to say how it made them feel? They accuse me of bombarding them with my feelings via text, but I feel like by responding this way they are essentially doing the same thing to me.
Anyway, I'm going NC now, but I'm curious if anyone else has been through this because I feel like shit. Does this count as hoovering, even though they're not asking me to take them back?
submitted by CarlieHorse to BPDPartners [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 22:40 Playboy97k ID? Found at a local thrift store on my lunch break for $14. Painting has a signature of “KNAPP ‘74. Love the color scheme!

ID? Found at a local thrift store on my lunch break for $14. Painting has a signature of “KNAPP ‘74. Love the color scheme! submitted by Playboy97k to WhatIsThisPainting [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 22:36 redweasel Anybody else's A32 a POS?

I got the Galaxy A32 back in August, 2021, after having good luck with a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for the preceding seven years (don't judge!) and having hated the Galaxy S8 Plus for two weeks in 2017 and reverted back to the Note 7. Unfortunately, I have had nothing but trouble with the A32 since Day One.
Specifically, it has always been entirely unreliable as far as making or receiving phone calls, sending or receiving SMS messages, or providing me with Internet access -- sometimes it works, sometimes (usually) it doesn't. If I can get to a Wifi network, enable Wi-Fi Calling, and reboot, I can usually recover the ability to make a phone call and maybe send a message -- but even then, it doesn't last -- after a half hour or so, it all suddenly conks out again.
I've been periodically visiting the vendor's local store, and calling their Customer Support line, for the past six years of this BS. Everyone is very sympathetic but largely unable to do anything. They either tweak, or direct me to tweak, one or more settings, which either have no effect or merely give me a different set of equally unreliable behaviors going forward. Just last week, though, I finally managed to convince a Technical Support rep that yes, this phone has problems and they need to replace it. I don't trust the selection of replacement options they're offering, but that's a whole separate subject.
This is all on top of the fact that it has proven difficult or impossible to transfer all content from my old Note 3 to the A32, requiring me to keep my Note 3 as it still contains most of my data. I expect this will merely become even worse with an even newer phone, and that I'll probably end up transferring a few gigs of stuff by taking a few years to slowly retype it at the same rate I originally gathered it all. (Did you know open Chrome tabs don't transfer? Did you know that they also don't sync to your other Chrome installations on other devices, the way they are said to? Did you know that Google Maps Pins don't backup-and-restore around a Factory Reset? BELIEVE NOTHING THEY TELL YOU. WRITE EVERYTHING DOWN ON A PIECE OF PAPER, if you ever want to see it again.)
So I'm just curious whether anybody else in here, or whom anybody here has talked to elsewhere, has ever experienced this degree of difficulty with a Samsung Galaxy A32. I'm guessing not, since I don't see any other posts to that effect, but maybe your problems were easily resolved by happening to have better luck finding the right wizard with the right spell.
submitted by redweasel to GalaxyA32 [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 22:34 thegreatlakate What is this style of neckline called?

What is this style of neckline called?
Picked up this cute 50’s/60’s shift from the thrift store. The neckline is so unique! Any info on the style or the brand?
submitted by thegreatlakate to VintageClothing [link] [comments]