Stuff!

I’m moving in the near future, and I have a good deal of stuff in need of a new home. Any of the stuff on this list that people don’t take is going to end up in some combination of Goodwill and a dumpster, so please take any of it that you want!

I’ve got:

  • One TV: Magnavox 29″ CRT Edit: Claimed by
  • One VCR
  • One DVD player Edit: Claimed by
  • An assortment of wines and liquors, some of them quite good, some of them fairly dubious. Edit: The remains are claimed by
  • One vertical CD rack
  • One set of fireplace tools
  • One double cassette / radio player (boom box)
  • One Sony 15″ CRT monitor
  • 1 small vacuum cleaner

Pick it up and it’s yours. People in the Bay Area will probably be more interested in this than other people, since I really doubt any of it is worth a long trip.

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Published in: on September 17, 2007 at 16:43  Comments (74)  
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  1. Interested in wines/liquors. Email me to sort out a time to transport in the next week.

  2. Interested in wines/liquors. Email me to sort out a time to transport in the next week.

  3. Or just bring them to the bachelor party, and we can transfer then. 🙂

  4. Or just bring them to the bachelor party, and we can transfer then. 🙂

  5. At least the good ones, that is. What’s on the list?

  6. At least the good ones, that is. What’s on the list?

  7. Um…. I don’t actually remember. All sorts of stuff. Got a box? 🙂

  8. Um…. I don’t actually remember. All sorts of stuff. Got a box? 🙂

  9. Uh, sure.
    Then again, we could just wander over this evening with it and take our pick. Will you be around?

  10. Uh, sure.
    Then again, we could just wander over this evening with it and take our pick. Will you be around?

  11. Hmm… probably not if you come over at a random time; I’m over at Amy’s most nights. But at a specific time, possibly; around when were you thinking?

  12. Hmm… probably not if you come over at a random time; I’m over at Amy’s most nights. But at a specific time, possibly; around when were you thinking?

  13. We’re pretty flexible… Arbitrary selection: 7pm?

  14. We’re pretty flexible… Arbitrary selection: 7pm?

  15. Sure, sounds good. Meet at my place then?

  16. Sure, sounds good. Meet at my place then?

  17. sounds good.

  18. sounds good.

  19. Pls don’t lose my DVDs in the move – unless you want to ship them to my new address.

  20. Pls don’t lose my DVDs in the move – unless you want to ship them to my new address.

  21. Or give them to Al, he’ll be here tomorrow.

  22. Or give them to Al, he’ll be here tomorrow.

  23. I have put them in a separate pile from everything just so that they don’t get lost. I was thinking that I could get them to you at the wedding or at one of the events related to it?

  24. I have put them in a separate pile from everything just so that they don’t get lost. I was thinking that I could get them to you at the wedding or at one of the events related to it?

  25. Ah, that’s what happens when I answer posts before reading the rest. 🙂 I’ll give them to Al tonight.

  26. Ah, that’s what happens when I answer posts before reading the rest. 🙂 I’ll give them to Al tonight.

  27. Yeah, I commented before I saw that he was going to be there, so both our bads 🙂 Tell me about the vertical CD rack? ballpark capacity/material/size?

  28. Yeah, I commented before I saw that he was going to be there, so both our bads 🙂 Tell me about the vertical CD rack? ballpark capacity/material/size?

  29. It holds (IIRC) somewhere between 100 and 200 CD’s. It consists of a black wooden square base, out of which sticks a tall black wooden rectangle. On either side of the rectangle is a long chain of black metal triangles that stick out, each about the thickness of a CD, and with a CD-sized gap in between each, so that CD’s can be placed between successive ones. The triangles reach something like 2/3 the length of each CD. The whole thing is about 4′ high.

  30. It holds (IIRC) somewhere between 100 and 200 CD’s. It consists of a black wooden square base, out of which sticks a tall black wooden rectangle. On either side of the rectangle is a long chain of black metal triangles that stick out, each about the thickness of a CD, and with a CD-sized gap in between each, so that CD’s can be placed between successive ones. The triangles reach something like 2/3 the length of each CD. The whole thing is about 4′ high.

  31. Ok that won’t work for this but thanks!

  32. Ok that won’t work for this but thanks!

  33. If you are really getting rid of it, I would be interested in the DVD player. Is it multi-regional, or just region 1?

  34. If you are really getting rid of it, I would be interested in the DVD player. Is it multi-regional, or just region 1?

  35. Region 1 I think, but I’ve never tried sticking other regions in it — some that claim R1 are actually R0. And I am most definitely getting rid of it, so if you want it it’s yours.

  36. Region 1 I think, but I’ve never tried sticking other regions in it — some that claim R1 are actually R0. And I am most definitely getting rid of it, so if you want it it’s yours.

  37. NP. And the DVD’s are now in Albert’s hands. Sorry I didn’t get them to you sooner!

  38. NP. And the DVD’s are now in Albert’s hands. Sorry I didn’t get them to you sooner!

  39. The packrat in me goes, “Me, me! I’ll take your stuff!”, but the prudent part of me recognizes that, 1) I really need to stifle that packrat sometimes and 2) I’m a college student.
    I’ll be back in the area in a couple days, but without a car, or really probably much of anywhere to put stuff. But if nobody claims the TV or whatever alcohol is left, I’ll borrow somebody’s car and take them them off your hands. A friend of mine got me a bottle of araq from Israel, but I have no idea whether or not it was good araq. It was tasty enough, though.

  40. The packrat in me goes, “Me, me! I’ll take your stuff!”, but the prudent part of me recognizes that, 1) I really need to stifle that packrat sometimes and 2) I’m a college student.
    I’ll be back in the area in a couple days, but without a car, or really probably much of anywhere to put stuff. But if nobody claims the TV or whatever alcohol is left, I’ll borrow somebody’s car and take them them off your hands. A friend of mine got me a bottle of araq from Israel, but I have no idea whether or not it was good araq. It was tasty enough, though.

  41. Oh wow, a 15″ Sony Trinitron VGA monitor. There’s a whole generation of college/grad students with fond memories of that product line.
    Mine is still kicking around in my office at work, not hooked up to anything, emitting a sanity-grating whine when run at 60Hz.

  42. Oh wow, a 15″ Sony Trinitron VGA monitor. There’s a whole generation of college/grad students with fond memories of that product line.
    Mine is still kicking around in my office at work, not hooked up to anything, emitting a sanity-grating whine when run at 60Hz.

  43. And for the record, this is me NOT calling dibs on it. 😛

  44. And for the record, this is me NOT calling dibs on it. 😛

  45. I’d say that this araq is probably the second-best in the world. The best in the world is produced in the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon, and so is a mite hard to get one’s hands on around now. 🙂 When will you be around?

  46. I’d say that this araq is probably the second-best in the world. The best in the world is produced in the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon, and so is a mite hard to get one’s hands on around now. 🙂 When will you be around?

  47. Aww… 🙂

  48. Aww… 🙂

  49. My flight is Thursday. I could probably steal somebody’s car on Friday and swing by. You’re somewheres in Mountain View, eh? Any luck with finding good serfs (or any for that matter)?

  50. My flight is Thursday. I could probably steal somebody’s car on Friday and swing by. You’re somewheres in Mountain View, eh? Any luck with finding good serfs (or any for that matter)?

  51. I totally need that 15″ CRT
    Actually no, I don’t… but for whatever reason it was momentarily amusing to consider driving 1,100 miles or so for a 15″ CRT.
    Where are you moving to anyway?
    -Otter

  52. I totally need that 15″ CRT
    Actually no, I don’t… but for whatever reason it was momentarily amusing to consider driving 1,100 miles or so for a 15″ CRT.
    Where are you moving to anyway?
    -Otter

  53. Re: I totally need that 15″ CRT
    Just across town. But it’s a good time to get rid of stuff I don’t actually need.

  54. Re: I totally need that 15″ CRT
    Just across town. But it’s a good time to get rid of stuff I don’t actually need.

  55. I’m in Mountain View, yes. No serfs yet; still not Baron.

  56. I’m in Mountain View, yes. No serfs yet; still not Baron.

  57. bummer…
    some little part of me had hoped to see you back in Colorado. 😉
    That aside – I love purging material crap. I actually feel lighter afterward.
    -Otter
    P.S. I’ll be a foster-Dad soon. Cool stuff. 🙂

  58. bummer…
    some little part of me had hoped to see you back in Colorado. 😉
    That aside – I love purging material crap. I actually feel lighter afterward.
    -Otter
    P.S. I’ll be a foster-Dad soon. Cool stuff. 🙂

  59. That is so cool, thanks! How should we arrange this?

  60. That is so cool, thanks! How should we arrange this?

  61. When are you around?

  62. When are you around?

  63. All day, most days until the 25th of this month.

  64. All day, most days until the 25th of this month.

  65. How about Thursday evening?

  66. How about Thursday evening?

  67. Sounds good. Should I call/email you?

  68. Sounds good. Should I call/email you?

  69. Sure. Got my coordinates?

  70. Sure. Got my coordinates?

  71. They may be a wee bit rusty, if they are the ones I remember.

  72. They may be a wee bit rusty, if they are the ones I remember.

  73. E-mail me; my address is my LJ username, at gmail.

  74. E-mail me; my address is my LJ username, at gmail.


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