Should thrift stores be limited to people in need?
You make a good salary and can afford to shop and buy new clothes at retail. But you really enjoy shopping at a particular thrift store, where you find great bargains even though you sometimes buy items that you really don’t need.
And there's the rub. If you buy something at that thrift store, and lots of middle class people do, you’re probably taking it away from someone who needs it more than you ... and can afford it way less than you can.
Tough, a deal is a deal, and should be available to anyone who happens to find it. Or are you putting the screws to someone you don't even know and making their life just a tad more miserable in the process?