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    I'm happy (?) to say that I didn't have to/ get...

    I'm happy (?) to say that I didn't have to/ get to go looking in dumpsters any more. I normally get my boxes by exchanging ones I don't need for the correct size at a local recycling trailer. My...
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    Didn't find the box but

    Today I needed a large 3-5 ply cardboard box to ship a IBM Selectric ( 40 lb) typewriter. The first dumpster I looked in there was two brand new 14" Husqvarna concrete cutting blades. The next one I...
  3. Colorado | National - Another satisfying transaction with Terry. Not...

    Another satisfying transaction with Terry. Not quite as fast as I've become accustomed to. However, if I had 9k HDD's staring at me I'd be paralyzed. Terry plowed through them and got me taken care...
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    National - I went through the previous post pretty quickly....

    I went through the previous post pretty quickly. However, the only error I saw is the quoted statement I've attached to this post.
    In fact, Paypal's threshold for turning your info over to the IRS...
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    National - Gorven is correct. I had forgot about the...

    Gorven is correct. I had forgot about the building. Buying a (12or20x40) building hardly sounds like something a person would do if they knew that in a few days they were going to shut down.
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    National - I'm confident Anthony would be in 100% agreement...

    I'm confident Anthony would be in 100% agreement with that statement.
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    This thead is a question - Probably not if they're used.

    Probably not if they're used.
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    National - That being the case, I feel like I better ask...

    That being the case, I feel like I better ask about the "switches and sensors" listed directly above the synchronous motors. Are they strictly microwave related too?
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    National - An answer would be much more appreciated than...

    An answer would be much more appreciated than your thanks and it wouldn't take any longer. It would also have the added benefit of keeping forum users from wondering if you're serious about this...
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    National - Concerning Synchronous motors, those are motors...

    Concerning Synchronous motors, those are motors with a copper wound armature, correct? Does size matter?
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    National - How much do you pay for ceramic IC's that you...

    How much do you pay for ceramic IC's that you deem to be to damaged(severely bent pins)? Also, does it matter whether or not they are EEPROM's (have windows or not)?
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    Washington | National - Are you still buying mylars? I'm a little...

    Are you still buying mylars? I'm a little confused by your photo. Does the middle mylar represent the ones with "just black dots"? You don't buy the type represented by the far left example? If so,...
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    FYI: Filing cabinets are an easy CL sale at $20...

    FYI: Filing cabinets are an easy CL sale at $20 per drawer.
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    I pick and choose. I only mess with them when...

    I pick and choose. I only mess with them when I've got the time. It probably takes me 6-8 months to save up a pound. I treat them the same as I do tantalum. I think it's fun to see how much I can...
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    I've sold MLCC's for $50 per pound on eBay.

    I've sold MLCC's for $50 per pound on eBay.
  16. If that is true, why then are you offering them...

    If that is true, why then are you offering them to others? You could probably use them all up in a week or two.
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    I have a friend that buys 1" thick Styrofoam...

    I have a friend that buys 1" thick Styrofoam sheets from Home Depot for packing some Ebay sales. BTW - If you ever need to cut the spongy type of foam, I've never found anything that beats an...
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    This thead is a question - If you don't end up with enough for Terry to help...

    If you don't end up with enough for Terry to help out you should look into Fed Ex. As long as you don't go over 60 pounds in a single box it can be pretty reasonable. Also, one of the main buyers on...
  19. Sledge, I too noticed the Egypt location. Seems a...

    Sledge, I too noticed the Egypt location. Seems a bit strange considering he's going by "usa380". And did we all notice that he skipped over addressing the "Egypt" issue?
  20. Okay, I'm going to say what no doubt others have...

    Okay, I'm going to say what no doubt others have thought about saying. It sounds to me like he was just looking for someone to take out his trash. "server cases" really? I've got four dozen desktop...
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    This thead is a question - I'm tickled to death to get exactly what an item...

    I'm tickled to death to get exactly what an item is worth. However, I rarely pay more than 10% of what it's worth. No matter what "it" is. For instance, in July of 2016 I went to an auction of a...
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    The price shown $150, was the asking price. Best...

    The price shown $150, was the asking price. Best offer was accepted and we'll never know what that was.
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    This thead is a question - In the last photo, I see one that might be...

    In the last photo, I see one that might be Tantalum. It's located in the center. There's a brown disc and a black or dark green pillow shaped piece. Between them there's 3-4 pcs. At their right is a...
  24. this thread has a poll - Assuming that every stick of RAM pulled was the...

    Assuming that every stick of RAM pulled was the heaviest type(double row of chips on both sides) and further assuming that you were pulling two sticks of RAM per laptop, that only gets you 6.1 lbs of...
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    Greetings fellow Kansan and welcome aboard!

    Greetings fellow Kansan and welcome aboard!
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