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Kistaro Windrider, Reptillian Situation Assessor

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I'm packing up my stuff to head back to St. Louis. Almost everything is going to wind up in a box and shipped home. I've also got a green rolling luggage thing that will be one of my two carry-on pieces; my extra-extra-large computer-compatible duffel bag that I got as a parting gift from my team at Microsoft will be the other item. Because the Chicago-STL train doesn't have a luggage car, I can't check anything, so everything is either shipped or carried.

Some things are too bulky to ship conveniently, and not worth the trouble to take extraordinary measures to ship. Other things just aren't worth the trouble when I'm tight on space anyway. Still more things just aren't shippable.

If you can make arrangements to get any of these items from me in Sammamish, WA, they are yours free. This post will get re-posted when I decide on more things I don't need.
2 large, blue suitcases in poor condition (usable, but I can't promise for how long)
1 ergonomic keyboard
Many assorted groceries I did not eat, with varying levels of freshness
Part of a package of paper napkins
Part of a roll of paper towels
Plain white T-shirts, Hanes, adult male large (unknown count)
Blue T-shirt with pocket, Hanes, adult male large, some holes

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I would be interested in the keyboard. Problem is, the only way for me to get it would be to have it shipped here...I could pay for the shipping for it...

It's not a matter of shipping cost, it's a matter of shipping practicality. I just can't get a container to ship it in. The keyboard's box advertised "Compatible with Windows 98!", so let me tell you that it is not recent technology; I suspect you'd be able to find a similar keyboard for not much more than shipping, and probably with better than the membrane keyswitches that this one has.

Ah... I would be interested in the ergo keyboard too, and I could possibly arrange to pick it up... but I'm not sure exactly when. :/ Meh.

Well, what's left is (technically speaking) today (Monday), tomorrow, and Wednesday before I have to somehow get to the Amtrak station... my schedule is completely open!

I'll also have the cheap clear GladWare storage containers, half a box of unscented hypo-allergenic laundry detergent, and half a box of unscented hypo-allergenic fabric softener available.

Meh... maaybe tomorrow; I will ping via email/LJ post when I get up, to see whether... thingy, handwave, driving, also time. Yeeaaah. meanwhile, I sleep.

If you don't get feeling better, don't worry about it. It would be cool to see you again (and unload some of this stuff on you) before I go home, but if it would just be a chore for you, there's no point to it. Best of luck in identifying your allergen.

I would really like to come visit, and I could really use an ergo keyboard... but I don't think that a long driving trip would be a good idea for me right now, no. :/ Faugh. I *was* feeling better... *mope*

By the way, how's the computer working out for you?

I haven't actually done anything with it yet - I'm doing real good right now to do laundry and go to work; e.g., see my most recent post. :/

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