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      Thursday, July 01, 2010


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12:02 PM - 07/01/2010

The topic: So, the clean out is moving along

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with my storage crap coming back to me.  As in “it’s in the extra room!  It’s in the garage!  I can’t move in either of those rooms now!  Arrggh!” Damned economy.

At Mark’s suggestion, I figured I’d set up a Craiglist account.  “For local pickup only”  I set up a new gmail account, then the Craigslist account.  Haven’t put up anything for sale yet, but here is my beginning list.

  • Ping pong table
  • A walker
  • Heat press
  • Steel cage
  • Cardioglide
  • Presentation table

The ping pong table was used one year.  It was the best Sears had.  The walker is one I ordered for my mom.  She died the day it was delivered. I got a new heat press earlier this year, I don’t need the old one. The steel cage was left here by an ex-brother-in-law who had birds. The cardioglide was one of those exercise things we got that we both used for a while, then we moved on to sitting on our asses. The presentation table (I guess that’s what you’d call it), is something I just had to have. But I don’t use it that often and it takes up too much space.

Oh, well, maybe we can make a little money here. That would be nice.


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