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During my college and beginning-my-career years, I was a confirmed DD. My tight budget provided the incentive and I really enjoyed the "treasure hunt" feel of it all.

Now that I am more established, I have a certain amount of guilt associated with DD. You see, I live in a college town, in a neighborhood quite near campus. If I see a valuable DD item, most of the time I will wait several hours and allow any students that need the item a chance to get their hands on it. I don't need to DD because of financial reasons these days, I just do it because I hate to see something good go to waste.

Does anyone else feel this sort of guilt?
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