Super Flea isn't your typical thrift store. As the name suggests, it's more of a giant, vendor-filled bazaar housed in an ancient warehouse. Gaining entrance to Super Flea is a bit of a strange process. The last time we went trolling for cheap finds there, a wheezy woman hooked up to an oxygen tank slid our 50-cent entrance fee through a tiny window and then herded us through the door. But once you're in, you're in. And Super Flea is a penny pincher's delight. With vendors scattered throughout, the place is a maze of deals, steals, oddities and even fresh fruit. You can find most anything there, including clothing, pet supplies, CDs, DVDs, long-lost VHS tapes (Dream a Little Dream or Ishtar, anyone?), furniture, knickknacks, vitamins, cheap perfume, tapestries, power tools and good old-fashioned water and tobacco pipes. It's a sifter's dream.