Buzz Adams enjoys buying unique items off the internet, such as spears, guitar tab books and costumes, so when he receives random packages at the station from himself, we like to watch him open them like Christmas day.
According to the Army Times, the DoD is working on a plan to close down all the commissaries in the United States, taking away the savings and benefits from soldiers and their families. The only remaining commissaries would be overseas.
This would decrease the purchasing power that keeps their prices down, so in
If you’ve never been to Savers, you’re really missing out on some special deals. The concept of this thrift store isn’t much different than Goodwill. Each store dedicates a certain percentage of the proceeds to a local non-profit organization. Locally, Savers stores benefit Candlelighters of El Paso. The store thrives on various donations, which they resell to the public, so it’s crucial to the store that people donation quality items. Obviously some El Pasoans didn’t get the memo. You won’t believe the ridiculous junk I found on my last trip to Savers.
Greg Benson and Ryan Smith came up with a prank to play on Target store workers. They wrote a list of silly items that don't exist. Then they traded lists without looking at them, went to Target, and asked the employees to help find the items
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