Getting Rid of Stuff

I’ve been selling a lot of stuff of mine on eBay lately, but I have a bunch of stuff I know wouldn’t sell for very much and that I’d end up losing money on if I listed them. So I’m planning on either donating these or giving them out to anyone here who’s interested.

If any of those interest you, send me an e-mail at tomato@starmen.net and let me know. Just pay the shipping cost and you can have anything you want there!

I got lots more stuff like this I’ll probably post in the future too, so keep your eyes peeled!

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13 Responses to “Getting Rid of Stuff”

  1. SomeUser says:

    Ah, cool! Noticed the Calvin and Hobbes book, which I actually have.

  2. Heh, I have that Calvin & Hobbes book. Those comics were awesome.

    I might be interested in some of those books, but i’m not sure what most of them are. Could you maybe include some descriptions of what they are?

  3. Mato says:

    Sure, here you go.

    Here’s stuff about the Clueless in Tokyo book: http://cgi.ebay.com/300639339330

    Hat guy book: http://cgi.ebay.com/300639362722

    Sake book: http://cgi.ebay.com/300639350110

    Those two “Can” books are about how to make cool meals out of really simple stuff, kind of like a “lazy dude’s cookbook”.

    Style guide: http://cgi.ebay.com/300639350072

    Stephen King’s Dreamcatcher – kind of reminds me of “It” but with more snow and more X-Files-y

    Spooky Stories is what it sounds like

    Avatar manga is a manga of the cartoon (just a portion of the story, of course)

    The Bat is a DVD of the movie, I haven’t seen it in years so I don’t remember the story. A classic Vincent Price movie though.

    Alphabet of Manliness – written by Maddox, book site is here: http://alphabetofmanliness.com/

  4. Thanks, i think i know which ones i want, now. How much would the shipping cost be?

  5. neotokyo says:

    interesting morgil, i’m from appleton, wi. interesting enough to me to post a comment i guess.

  6. Everything arrived today, so thanks a lot, man.

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