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Post Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2007 6:48 pm 
 

Well, since I've got the time while Heather's away, I'm strewing boxes and books all over our bedroom, working through my inventory of stuff, in prep for my oft-mentioned-but-generally-neglected plans to sell stuff.  

I've found some interesting things that I'd forgotten I had, or forgotten that I'd bought, or never realized that I'd bought in such quantities, and also found several pleasant surprises :D

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Post Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2007 7:36 pm 
 

grodog wrote:Well, since I've got the time while Heather's away, I'm strewing boxes and books all over our bedroom, working through my inventory of stuff, in prep for my oft-mentioned-but-generally-neglected plans to sell stuff.  

I've found some interesting things that I'd forgotten I had, or forgotten that I'd bought, or never realized that I'd bought in such quantities, and also found several pleasant surprises :D

More details soon!


Always love when I do this and find extra copies of stuff!  Last time was when I moved, that's when I realized I had something like 15 copies of the Fiend Folio  8O ...  but anyway, always nice when you find something cool you forgot about.

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