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The last thing you bought?

VictorR

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I bought this au-some goldtone infinity pin at a local craft / artisan market this weekend from a proudly autistic artist and advocate whose acquaintance I'm glad to make.

They were the cover illustrator for the Autistic Mental Health Literacy Guide and they're online at retrophiliac.etsy.com.

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maycontainthunder

May also contain missing cakes.
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do naughty movies expend that much space these days? : O

@Luca were there ever a point where you thought "ok, now it´s enough with dog related things" or do you think there will ever be such point? : D
Funny. :eek: I like to have a few drives 'in stock' as spares. I have to clone the drives which is especially needed with the two Windows XP machines because the activation server is gone. I also wanted to take some drives out of service because you can't get 250gb mechanical drives new anymore. Also needed to replace a couple of backup drives to free up smaller capacity drives just in case.

I have 25+ years of stuff to keep backups of!
 

Luca

charm & chaos
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do naughty movies expend that much space these days? : O

@Luca were there ever a point where you thought "ok, now it´s enough with dog related things" or do you think there will ever be such point? : D
I kind of need to keep feeding my dogs lol!
And no, there will never be a point where I don’t want or need dog related things anymore.
 

balsabonbon

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a Kindle copy of a book whose title I’ve already forgotten — no, wait. I think it was The Great Circle. Maggie Shipstead, maybe?
 

Baphocletian

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London Mints. Not even a whole zip, but actually a little over. The elder gods smile down on me today.
 
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Luca

charm & chaos
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I finally have food in my fridge and freezer lol
And no junk!!!

The alcohol was purchased for a party last weekend. I don’t drink very much at all so I don’t know what to do with it now.
Dumping it would be wasteful. So I guess I’ll just hold on to it until my best friend’s birthday party. Although he is turning 38 and probably doesn’t want to have a weekend-long rager like my younger friends…

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I eat a hell of a lot of seafood, more than I realized…
 

BrokenNeedle

I am among no one.
I finally was able to get my hands on a PlayStation 5. Still can't easily find these things in stores, so I had to settle for buying one off a reseller who thankfully was not one of those scalpers that jacks the price up $200 above retail.

Also just ordered some wings for dinner through GrubHub around 15 minutes ago, so technically that was the last thing I bought.
 

Gerontius

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Ollinger Stories by John Updike, 20 cents
A 1930 New Haven alarm clock, electric, $19
Gasoline, motor oil, oil filter (change again at 270,000 miles)
1908 Edison Standard Phonograph with 30" aftermarket horn. (For this, I sell some other phonographs.)
 

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