I don't even think the homeless are going to want these clothes. Do you think this is a good idea?

Scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed, I stumbled upon this video. Greg Karber has come up with an idea to readjust Abercrombie & Fitch's image.

After the controversy of A&F CEO Mike Jeffries saying his company only targets the "cool kids" and won't make women's clothing in sizes XL or XXL, Greg decided to take revenge on the company's image with charity.

His goal is to get others who are outraged by these comments to give all the Abercrombie & Fitch apparel they can get their hands on to the homeless in their community.

Some believe that since Jeffries comment is years old, it shouldn't be a big deal and that this guy is overreacting. I think this guy is doing a great thing. I can honestly say I have never owned anything by Abercrombie because I was told they were racist when I was younger and didn't want to support that plus I refuse to pay so much for just a shirt. Why would you pay $100 bucks for jeans that have holes in them already?

Maybe we will start seeing the homeless in El Paso rocking A&F while Lisa gives them Nutra-Grain bars.