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whats that one thing you wont get rid of....

whats that one thing you have had forever thats always in the way, takes up to much space etc.... and just hang on to but you have no use for.....and ya know it. ( wife jokes appreciated but not the intention of the thread !)

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whats that one thing you have had forever thats always in the way, takes up to much space etc.... and just hang on to but you have no use for.....and ya know it. ( wife jokes appreciated but not the intention of the thread !)

I think you already know the answer to this thread.....Ok , wait for it..........NO NO NO...wait for it.....C'mon...... JUST wait for it.....
NO, it's here...............NOW!!!!!!!!!!


THE MOTHER-IN-LAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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I think you already know the answer to this thread.....Ok , wait for it..........NO NO NO...wait for it.....C'mon...... JUST wait for it.....
NO, it's here...............NOW!!!!!!!!!!


THE MOTHER-IN-LAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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An old color laser printer. I don't need it because I have a newer one, and the toner cartridges would cost most than the printer is worth. But I can't bring myself to let it go.

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Six snow blowers. Don't need them all. Could sell a few and pocket $$thousands$$. I rather have the machines than the money
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I've been working on my storage shed a week now, trying to create more floor room by getting stuff on the interior walls. The reason I need more room is 3 snowblowers. Two were near basket cases I inherited, one I bought originally for parts but wound up needing only carb/gas line work. All 3 now operate darn near perfect. The YOUNGEST blower is a 1974. I could very easily now go down to one, but I have zero desire to sell any of them. Too much time invested to simply sell them off, and I enjoyed the heck out of learning how to fix them up.

I generally detest winter...but I do love these snowblowers.

Non-snowblowers, having (last count) 8 different vintage stereo amplifiers and 7 sets of loudspeakers probably fits in here as well. Five rooms between the house and cabin, five rigs - plus backups. Same theme here...picked them up cheap/free with issues, taught myself how to fix them up.

Oops, I forgot. I even have a small rig in my shed! Powered monitors I can plug into my phone, tablet or a 25 year old AM/FM Walkman. Gotta have tunes while fixing stuff!
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my dot matrix printer and most of my pentium 1 and older computer crap would fit pretty nicely into those categories. the printer still works along with most of the computer stuff i got stashed away but i will likely never end up using most of it. i was playing with my 286 computer with 4mb of memory not too long ago and i also got a 486 computer that can double as a tv when needed. i have downsized and got rid of quite of bit of un needed crap over the last few year but nothing major.
this is an old pic of some of my junk since i have no recent pics of it

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