This book cover tells us two things:
1. Mind Transfer is about Power Rangers.
2. Janet Asimov is the Jakob Dylan of science fiction.
Questionable Book is by far the most lucrative of all the bad doan categories. I had severely underestimated its potential.
This book is by homos so it’s not offensive. And there’s a section in it called I Gave LL Cool J a Blow Job. Now, now, boys. A gentleman doesn’t kiss and tell.
Order your hand numbered Girls Gone Wild figurine now while supplies last.
Your eyes do not deceive you. This is a blouse with a thong attached. It’s all one thing.
I assume this is from Europe. What I can’t determine is whether it’s supposed to keep your shirt tucked in or pull your thong out so it shows.
Another unknown of this garment: is it supposed to be sexy. I think my co-worker, Peter Flugen, summed it up best by calling it, “the mullet of shirts: business on top, party on the bottom.”
It’s never too soon to talk to you children about the dangers of heroin.
And that’s why the Build-a-Bear Workshop brings you Snowball the Dope Bunny.
This is VHS copy of Left Behind: The Movie starring Kirk Cameron. This is something that you can get for free. You can literally phone Mr. Cameron and he will personally mail you a copy, no charge.
I know this has been mentioned, but at the Donation Location we sell things in order to make money to help people who are struggling to provide for themselves.
As such, things that are given away for free are not acceptable donations. We can’t charge money for things that are free other places. It’s just bad economics.
When you donate your free copy of Left Behind it’s like taking used toilet paper to the recycling plant. It would be a good idea if a turd weren’t involved.
The most frequently donated VHS at the Doan Loc are, in this order,
1. Left Behind
3. Jerry Maguire
4. My Best Friend’s Wedding
And Titanic isn’t even a close second. We’ve gotten box loads of Left Behind at a time. I’ve heard rumors of a Left Behind throne being built (this was before my time). I’m pretty sure copies are sent directly from the assembly line to churches that have no idea what to do with them.
In case you can’t read the wording (the picture quality is poor, I apologize) this is a CD cover for Sandy Randall’s album, “A Whole Lot of Texas and a Little Bit of Tennessee.”
This is available on iTunes. And it sounds exactly like this picture looks. Frumpy, awkward and there’s a midget with Texas for a head playing slide guitar.