. This was an instance where even my camera with it's telephoto lens wouldn't allow me to avoid being noticed. All of these were taken with my iPhone as I was pretending to read text messages.
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Oh, and see the man checking out the woman's derrière.
Of course it wouldn't be Goodwill bins unless a completely
unrelated item was in a bin - here the video cassette.
Serious shopped wore gloves.
"Each day 80,000 pounds of used items are either sold or recycled at this location. Spread out over the 14,300 square feet of retail space are enormous blue plastic bins. Customers step up to a bin and begin to sort through clothes or sift through bins of electronics or household items...."
Read more about this amazing Goodwill location:
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Our favorite beach in Massachusetts was Little Harbor in Wareham. It was on Buzzards Bay. We probably went there a thousand times. We never saw a buzzard. Most likely for the following reason:
"The name was given to this bay by colonists who saw a large bird that they called a buzzard near its shores. The bird was actually an osprey..... "
Actually, to be ornithologically correct, the bird here isn't really a buzzard - it's a turkey vulture.
However, Buzzards and Bins makes a better title.