Hit up a church rummage sale yesterday. I've never had any real decent luck at that church, but It was $3 a bag, so I decided to check it out. The bags were like 5 gallon garbage bags and in addition to the standard donations, they had got like 50 boxes of new-old product from Target's $1 boxes, which was a little weird to see, but cool. I grabbed Unforgiven and Little Rascals on DVD, some Darth Vader notebooks for my nephews and two packs of beer themed playing cards (they'll likely end up leveling furniture). My sister filled up the rest.
On the way home, we stopped at the Salvation Army. I found a copy of Amplitude for PS2 that had POD and Demo Disc marked on it for 75 cents. I'd wanted to get Amplitude to try, but not spend $10+ and find out I don't care for it, so I bit. Oh and on the way out I saw one of those bonnet girl wooden signs (I'm pretty sure it's PA Dutch thing). It said "Back Door Friends Are Best". Made me crack up.
I really want to find a working Gameboy unit. A few weeks back I bought a baggie full of Gameboy Color/Advance games from some estate sale, but I don't have anything that plays them. Been looking everywhere I go, but so far no dice. I also ask at every sale I go to whether they have video games like I have seen others on this board suggest, but no luck so far.
I swear, 9 times out of 10 or more I find Gameboys and no games or games and no Gameboys. Good luck finding one for $1. My sister managed to get a spare old gray one that was complete for $1 (but no games, surprise) however it was in the clear plastic display case thing they used in stores to show it off. I got a pocket and GBC for $1 each, but no battery covers. (I bought a second Pocket for $5 with a messed up screen and Tetris and swapped the battery cover.) The GBC, I do the old eletric tape trick on if my nephews visit and one forgets theirs.