On Thu, 29 May 2014, Fred Cisin wrote:
century starting from 2000 or from 2014?
from now. Mostly late 1980s.
A lot of reference and PC systems programming (TSRs,
device drivers, etc.
Anything on the PS/2 systems?
a few hundred.
That's quite a few.
He had a hoarding disorder. In his case, the primary manifestation was
purchasing things that he already had.
When I pick up a flashlight it's either because it's $5 and it's just
1...or I've lost all the others (again).
For example, . . .
is kinda handy. But, buying another dozen when they go on sale, inspite
of already having more than a dozen, . . .
Admittedly it could be handle to have several dozen of those. I could
find a use. I can find a use for most anything though if given enough
He left three focusable lithium-ion ones in my car; I
am keeping those.
Once the courts let us have full access, the executor will have a lot of
miscellaneous to deal with from his house.
Makes sense to keep those. Those are always VERY nice.
He used to buy tools at Harbor Freight. About $100
If only there was an explanation that simple as to why there are so many
hammers in this house. My grandfather doesn't remember having actually
gone out to a hardware store to buy a single one of them. Somehow he
ended up with ?7 hammers of varying type and styles.
It's gonna be a couple of months before we have court authorization to
clear out his house, and then will need the rivers Alpheus and Peneus
to be diverted through the Augean stables.
Might want to contact a local wizard.
Grumpy Ol' Fred cisin at xenosoft.com