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The vapid tale of a boring layabout. I mean I don't even drink. I like women, books and Perl (hmmm, yeah, that's about the right order).

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Saturday January 24, 2004
01:57 PM


[ #16983 ]

We are starting the process of moving from one house to another. A lot of hassle, many things to take care of.

Here's something I didn't know that might be useful to others when in the same situation. When you need boxes, try the ABC (Alcohol Beverage Control) store. Where I am they sell for $0.10 each. Not large boxes, but they do hold a fair amount and are easy to carry. If you live where there are no ABC stores then this information is worthless to you, but I thought it would be useful to pass along. Cheap boxes are good to have when one is moving.

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  • Not literally, but there are places with boxes that you can get for free when they're about to trash them anyway. When I worked at Subway I managed to get a few because I worked there, but I had also given plenty away to people at various times because they were about to be thrown out anyway.

    I'm told liquor boxes are best due to the heavy-duty construction.


    You are what you think.