Honor Roll

Honor Roll

Meigs Field is now Northerly Island Park in Chicago

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    Staci
    September 4, 2015 at 5:00 pm

    Now that I can see it in photos, I can so picture how to DIY that bed! Does that qualify me for one of those “Don’t be a dick” pins though?

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    Stephanie
    September 4, 2015 at 11:03 pm

    Love the Swedish gnome chic! For something state side check out my Etsy shop, Quick Finley! We’ve been making gnome hats since 2011 out of re-purposed cashmere and wool sweaters:-)

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    Karen
    September 5, 2015 at 2:04 pm

    Just when did saying that word become acceptable especially in polite conversations? Guess crudeness is just becoming attractive these days. I didn’t expect to read that here though. Offensive to me. I usually like to read all your “finds” and fun things and love seeing all that you do in your business here.

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    Tina Slocum
    September 5, 2015 at 3:13 pm

    Working for Goodwill is an eye opener. The non profit organization takes in everything for free and every last bit they make money off of by sending clothes that won’t sell to the African “bend Over” market at prices higher than our Goodwill Stores. They make huge amounts of money overseas in jeans and tee shirts that don’t sell here, and again for higher prices. If they themselves don’t ship the mercy, then they sell the goods to vendors in bulk.The companies (under the one umbrella) don’t pay taxes, no taxes on wages. The employees in the stores are paid minimum wage and processors in the back work hard physical labour with negative managers. Meanwhile the big wigs at the executive offices drive luxury cars and live in million dollar homes. Everyone gets their bags searched going in and out (processors). So seeing Goodwill spend money on a new way to display goods is just another way to spend money that’s supposed to go for the education, careers and lives and promises they made in their original Mission Statement.

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