Many of the items we Americans donate in times of disaster turn out to be of no use to those in need. Sometimes, they even get in the way of humanitarian workers doing their job under difficult circumstances. Scott Simon of NPR reports on the useless, often incomprehensible contributions that constitute what aid workers call "the second disaster."
This video was a real eye opener for me. Please share your thoughts in the comments section.
The biggest sports memorabilia valuation in ANTIQUES ROADSHOW history! Watch to see some of the first baseball cards to be printed, plus personal letters from members of the Boston Red Stockings from the 1870s. Now don't you wish you had kept all those old baseball cards you threw away?