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Marilee J. Layman

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12:27 pm: Bubbles
Since I was still awake at 8am and seemed pretty competent, I went out to set up the fountain. The impeller worked fine, but nothing was going up into the top piece to cascade back down through the bowls. I hadn't had it set up for a couple of years and I figured it was blocked, but what did I have that was stiff enough and yet flexible to clean it out? Half-hard square sterling wire. Worked like a charm. I'd planned to put shoes on, but not only did I not drop concrete on my feet, I didn't get my slippers wet. The fountain is bubbling away out there.

I need some advice on disposition of something. I have a five-CD changer with dual cassette deck, nice speakers, and remote. I haven't used it since I got the computer box with the CD player. Is it sufficiently obsolete that I should trash it? Or should I take it to the thrift store?



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Date:May 15th, 2007 04:33 pm (UTC)
Thrift store. It will be at least ten years before people stop buying CDs altogether, and a lot of music can be played on that changer before then.
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Date:May 17th, 2007 01:50 am (UTC)
Thanks! I'm so far behind people with iPods that I thought maybe this was too far. I'm going to put the cookbooks on Craigslist, maybe I'll put this there, too.
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Date:May 17th, 2007 01:51 am (UTC)
Thanks! The local Freecycle is a bit dysfunctional, I think I'll use Craigslist instead.
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