Religious organisations generally, although our local second hand shop is salvos so will give them some stuff as an exception
Panasonic, as they once ripped me off
Mcdonalds, KFC etc as the food is crap
Qantas as crap service
T-shirts *should* cost more than that, even second hand ones.
To answer the OP I've almost given up on the concept of boycotting certain businesses. The way they all link up at the top, it's almost impossible.
I buy Australian made where possible, and handmade where I can afford to. I try to avoid the "oh it's only $3, I'll have twelve!" and "it was only cheap, I don't care if it breaks in a month" mentality that seems to have gripped Australia's consumers. As such I search for quality, ethically made items, and if that means I can afford fewer then so be it.
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