Jettison the junk.

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7 Responses to Jettison the junk.

  1. James Watriss says:

    …or the notion of buying any more particle board furniture.

    • Stripe says:

      I used to have people ask me to move these huge particle board entertainment centers. I would always say, “These aren’t meant to be moved; they are too flimsy.” Usually, when I found one in an apartment that needed clearing (my old job), I would peel the heavy paper panel from the back, move to the end and give the top a good shove. Then the whole mess would topple into a pile of “boards”, easily stacked in the truck for a run to the dump- another service in the public interest.

      Got Wood? I have a bunch of old *wooden* furniture that I have found. There is a reason that stuff lasts for decades, even centuries. Shop at a thrift store; it is amazing what people will get rid of, good sturdy furniture that will last lifetimes. I will now climb down from my (wooden) soap box.

  2. Arthur says:

    Oddly, I know folks on the superstition cycle who completely bypass the dispel phase. Not that I spend a lot of time hanging out with them.

  3. Rocky Rhodes says:

    … or Philosophy

  4. Stripe says:

    Marriage/Divorce. Repeat as desired.

  5. Dave says:

    If you change it to consume/digest/pass; then it becomes applicable to college courses as well.