Recovered from the Wayback Machine.
What’s spooky about cleaning out closets, and I mean really cleaning out closets, is all the stuff you have that has absolutely no value.
For instance, I have about 100 zip drive disks. I’ve long gotten rid of the drives, as well as the computers that take floppies.
Then there are these power cords for what, I have no idea because all the devices I can find have their cords.
I figure I have 2437 parallel printer cords, and 193 miles of cable wire. These go nicely with the 87 kilometers of ethernet line.
What is this? What is this? I haven’t a clue what it is. It’s black and plastic, that’s all I know.
Why does one woman need 13 maps of California?
I have instruction manuals for microwaves I got rid of 8 years ago. And I still have Microsoft CDs from 2000. If I owned an orchard, I could hang them from trees to scare away deer and birds. Since my roommate has declined to play Cubical War, I might as well toss them.
One can have too many pens.
I have several hundred slides of lava lamps.