Free to a Good Home

We’re moving in two weeks, and as a result, there’s a lot of stuff we need to be cleaning out. Here’s a list of things we’ve found that need a new home. Anything in condition that we wouldn’t inflict on a friend goes straight to Goodwill or the Trash. Here’s your shot at the stuff that’s still in decent shape.

Electronics:

  • HP Deskjet 895Cse (w/ extra black ink cartridge)
  • HP Deskjet 882C
  • iMac (turquoise, first generation. Still works!)
  • Canon Canoscan N12200
  • Smoothie Blender Elite (Makes a mean margarita!)
  • Pasta machine (works great! Only getting rid of it because the Kitchenaid makes pasta too)

Assorted Random Useless Toys.

Books:

Chinua Achebe A Man of the People
Douglas Adams Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency
Douglas Adams Long Dark Tea Time of the Soul
Douglas Adams Mostly Harmless
Douglas Adams So Long and Thanks for All The Fish
David Buchholz Heal Your Headache (Note: getting rid of the book because it worked & I don’t need it anymore)
The Stories of John Cheever
Dante’s Inferno
Christopher Ehret The Civilizations of Africa
Orlando Figes Natasha’s Dance: A Cultural History of Russia
C.S. Forester Gold from Crete
C.S. Forester Randall and the River of Time
C.S. Forester The Captain from Connecticut
C.S. Forester The Man in the Yellow Raft
Trish Gallagher Ghosts & Haunted Houses of Maryland
Seymour M. Hirsh My Lai 4
Jet Lag Travel Guide Molvania: A Land Untouched by Modern Dentistry
Bruce Lockheart Memoirs of a British Agent
Mark H. McCormack What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School
W.S. Merwin Unframed Originals
Edgar Allan Poe The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pimm of Nantucket
Lewis P. Solomon & Linda Jenkins Gotcha!
Lewis P. Solomon Transparent Oceans
Lewis P. Solomon & Linda Jenkins Unknown Connections
Peter Taylor The Collected Stories
Kurt Vonnegut Jr Mother Night
Web 101: Making the Net work for you!
Richard Zacks The Pirate Hunter: The true story of Captain Kidd
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