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People shopping at the Value Village on University Blvd in Hyattsville are going to get some very cool stuff. Sniff! Here are a few more things; I think I'll have to stop after this list because I won't have time to deliver it before I go...

Belkin 10/100BT ethernet PCI card, never opened

SMC Cable/DSL 4port 10/100 Router includes 7ft cat5 cable, never opened

Leather Goddesses of Phobos for Macintosh including a (used) invisiclues hint book & pen

Two dark wooden cookie molds - think speculaas BUT they are tobacco-themed. The smaller one shows a barrel, some leaves, and a box of cigars. The larger one shows a tobacco auctioneer. Both are stamped "Tabacos La Paz Primeros".

A tatting shuttle

Native Americans of the Southwest discover kit "Learn about Pueblo cultures while excavating your own Anasazi artifact"

Inkjet transfer paper (for making tshirts and the like), both packages are unopened but the one for light-colored material has 12 sheets while the one for dark-colored material has 5 sheets.

VHS tapes
  • The White Shadow hour-long season premiere episode
  • Capture That Capsule!
  • The Match screening copy

English-Konkani / Konkani-English dictionary 1983 reprint of 1883 work

Indonesian-English dictionary 1953 (note this is part 2 of 2 and does not include English-Indonesian entries

Signed copy of Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure - This isn't heavy enough to list below, but it is a big color photo book

Very Heavy Books - these are beautiful and they're not coming with me, see if they have a spot on your shelf or coffee table (does anyone have a coffee table?)
  • America's Great Comic Strip Artists: From The Yellow Kid to Peanuts</i>
  • </s>Hiroshige: Birds and Flowers - 91 color plates</s>
  • Hokusai: One Hundred Poets - 41 color plates and 70 b&w illust

    Let me know if you can use any (or ALL) of these!


( 10 comments — Leave a comment )
Jan. 3rd, 2007 12:07 am (UTC)
Inkjet transfer paper please!
Jan. 3rd, 2007 02:07 am (UTC)
Great! I am going to be so happy to go to the post office tomorrow--I can't remember another 3-day postal break. Grueling.
Jan. 3rd, 2007 12:10 am (UTC)
The Hiroshige and Hokusai books sounds lovely as well, but I don't know if it would be more of a pain in the ass for you to ship them to me.
Jan. 3rd, 2007 02:05 am (UTC)
It would be less of a pain in the ass than it would be a pain in the gut to dump them, I am sure of that. Let's see if anyone nearby wants them and if not, I will send them separately (so I can use book rate).
Jan. 3rd, 2007 02:42 am (UTC)

Well I do want the movie screen if it's still there. and Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure if you don't mind my passing it on to my sister in law who would like it a LOT. And the comic strips artist book

From previous posts, since I missed them all, if you still have these things I will also take:
4 foam paintbrushes
surgical tubing
gift wrap: military and ideal girl
beat "nik" (I'm sure Nik will appreciate it!)
upholstery tacks and red thumbtacks

Now the only problem is how do I get these from you, where do you live, what are my options, are they already at the thrift store and I"m too late? Enquiring minds wish to know.


Jan. 3rd, 2007 02:57 am (UTC)
Sweet! I am running around tomorrow; I'd be happy to drop them off. If no one's home, I can leave them wherever you think is best. I imagine I'd be coming by your neck of the woods during a 10am-ish time of day.
Jan. 3rd, 2007 03:10 am (UTC)
Sounds fine, I"ll be out then but my porch won't be.


Cap'n Wulf

PS: I LOVE my vulture
Jan. 3rd, 2007 04:41 am (UTC)
Oh, and *snurfle*
Jan. 3rd, 2007 05:59 pm (UTC)
If you're in the area anyway...
I've seen things like the Anansi Artifact kit and always thought they were cool, but never needed them. Maybe I can get the kids to do it with me.

Tatting looks like a terrific craft.

Belkin 10/100BT ethernet PCI card, never opened

SMC Cable/DSL 4port 10/100 Router includes 7ft cat5 cable, never opened
Jan. 4th, 2007 03:10 am (UTC)
Re: If you're in the area anyway...
I have good news and I have bad news. The bad news is that the shuttle was scarfed while I was out today. And the other bad news is that your message arrived while I was out today. The good news is that everything else is here with your name on it and I'm sure these things will find their way to you very soon. And the other good news is that I usually have scads of shuttles and another one may pop up as I am excavating. That's not really good news, is it? Close, but not real good.
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