take meh stuff
I just put a bunch of ads on the local Craigslist. Here is an edited summary.
For your consideration are some electronic goods and electronic goods’ accessories just in time for boring family gatherings. Modeled by the lovely Vinnie and Vahalla, my Gnomic Security Force, these goods are in working order and only need a slight dusting.
First up is a first generation Xbox, a bunch of necessary cords for hooking it up, a couple of controllers and games, and a dandy carrying case. Asking $35 cash. Gnomes not included.
Second, the party never ends! Yearning for your living quarters is a 5-disk CD/DVD player made by Sony, with original box, instruction book (in five languages!) and remote. This player longs for you to stick your disks into it. Asking $25 cash. Gnomes not included.
Next: who wants a skinny TV? I have a Big Ol’ television of the amazing cathode ray era, manufactured in the glorious 1990s. Amazing! It’s a Samsung that boasts an immodest 25 inches. And lo! It comes with a remote. Asking $15 cash. Gnomes not included.
Now, what about a second generation playstation? It comes with a bunch of necessary cords for hooking it up, a couple of controllers, a heap of games, and a dandy carrying case. Asking $50 cash for the whole lot. Gnomes not included.
Finally, are you jonesin’ for that Samsung Cathode Magic? Why not also consider this Atlas, which carried the mondo cathode-ray for almost fifteen years. This stand needs a periodic tightening with a hexagonal tool. Asking $20 cash (it’s worth more than the television it carried!). Gnomes not included.
I ain’t gonna ship none of this mess. You come get it. You can go here for a closer inspection.
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