Decided today to break my thrifting abstinence and visit the small animal charity thrift store next to Fred's dojo. Good news! The people in there had organised absolutely everything: linens in ziplocs with prices and details on the front, nearly everything with tiny store-style price tags, collectible vintage sorted and displayed.
Bad news! Prices have gone up.
I don't tend to go there for anything but quality selections of t-shirts, so price hikes didn't depress me too much (it's still for a great charity dammit), and thus managed to get the two above (brand new Hanes XL t-shirts), plus a Banana Republic soft v-neck and another nondescript logo'd shirt for $1.50 each. Green tag sale that I'd neglected to note meant that one was actually $0.75! Hooray thrift store sales.
Other things bought: a plaid flannel pillowcase, a green linen tablecloth, a couple of books, a strange Japanese scarf (might upcycle the material), some containers and a wallet type item that might be useful for holding USB cables.
Total: $16. The one thing I passed over was a wonderful slightly-aged-but-properly-working scale. It was $40. Homie don't play that for something that would no doubt collect multitudes of dust and cat fur.