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if it's still usable then craiglist.. sell for a few bucks for put it in the "free stuff" section and someone will pick them up

if not bulk pick up or donate

I've never tried yard sale though..



plus after watching Toy Story-- a part of me is preventing me from doing yard sale

i was living next to a neighbor who will have a yard sale every Saturday

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I just burn it all. Setting things on fire is dope.
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I would put it on Let Go.
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Destroy and Dispose.
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thekevin4 wrote:

I just burn it all. Setting things on fire is dope.





Vahvi wrote:

Destroy and Dispose.




You two are terrible.
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If I don't need anything, I just throw it away.

But what usually happens is that I keep what I don't need anyway, until there is too much, then I clean up and throw it away.
Posted 12/3/16
If I have things to get rid of, I either donate it or throw it out.
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Ebay....venue chosen by geezers worldwide to downsize. Been selling excess conspicuous consumption accumulated over the past 50 years to a global audience for over 10 years. Have 100% feedback (big joke, doesn't do much) and a green star (wahoo ). Cost doing business is relatively reasonable. No brick & mortar front necessary.

Landfill gets the rejects, returns.
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starshots wrote:

If I have things to get rid of, I either donate it or throw it out.


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AnimeAddictANN69 wrote:

if it's still usable then craiglist.. sell for a few bucks for put it in the "free stuff" section and someone will pick them up


Eh, Craigslist became too porn-attached to be a useful want-ads disposal. In our college town, we're hippie enough to have Freecycle, which is basically an entire mailing list devoted to Free Stuff trades.

Although for old DVD's I've upgraded to Blu, the library gets free crack at those, so I can get the $5 "Local city contribution" charity receipt for taxes.
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Donate or throw out. Do NOT donate underwear!
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I'll try and donate it if it is something I think people can use.
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Take it to the shooting range and obliterate it with different calibers, 'till there's nothing left.

If it's something useful i'll give it away to someone.
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Ejanss wrote:


Eh, Craigslist became too porn-attached to be a useful want-ads disposal. In our college town, we're hippie enough to have Freecycle, which is basically an entire mailing list devoted to Free Stuff trades.

Although for old DVD's I've upgraded to Blu, the library gets free crack at those, so I can get the $5 "Local city contribution" charity receipt for taxes.


tax deduction? that's one way to do it.. i prefer tax credits though it's a lot better (but i'm limited to $200)

people will just use bulk pick up or free stuff section of craiglist if they have bulky items that they can get rid off -- it's free

books and dvds i'm sure you can give away to library-- but from what i heard they got a lot of "50 shades of grey" books



JRC-jr wrote:

Take it to the shooting range and obliterate it with different calibers, 'till there's nothing left.

If it's something useful i'll give it away to someone.


this is something i also want to do.. i want to test out my new 12 gauge shotgun..

but there's no shooting range that will allow such a thing here

you have to do it on your property-- on ACREs of land and away from the city limits

since discharging a firearm in city limits is a crime around here
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