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    Senior Member mlittrell's Avatar
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    thumbdrives?...idk i have one too many
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    kuranes! The man with the (eye) candy.

    When I was little I collected fossils. Um. I still do. And interesting rocks and stones and minerals. They are reminders of things I've done when I found them.

    My bedroom is so full of books, read, unread and old friends that there's hardly room for me. I scarcely ever read anymore but I like to have them nearby.

    Interesting jewelry. Hand-crafted stuff.

    Interesting and unusual plants and flowers in the yard.
    "No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer

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    I forgot about the intangibles! MP3s, old video game ROMs, and use(ful|less) computer utilities. I still have a WinZIP registration code I generated when I was 14. It worked up until version 10. No, I didn't write the keygen myself. I don't have that kinda skill.
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    Sorrows

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    F'n hell. Someone give this boy a hug or some ice cream.

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    Photographs ... before they went digital.

    I had a nice beer bottle collection ... over a hundred different types ... before my wife convinced me to throw it all out.

    Military paraphernalia ... bullets, disarmed tank shells, tank parts, uniforms, medals, posters, etc.

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    I didnt know Emo was collectable.
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    Hell yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    kuranes! The man with the (eye) candy.

    When I was little I collected fossils. Um. I still do. And interesting rocks and stones and minerals.
    I have some fossils, but most of my rocks are crystals or lapidary rough. There are some agate sources in Minnesota. A great Minnesota agate dealer is Beautiful Agates Nodule Mineral Fossils Specimen Mexican Agate .

    Quote Originally Posted by Nighthawk View Post
    I had a nice beer bottle collection ... over a hundred different types ... before my wife convinced me to throw it all out.
    I have some early Coca-cola bottles. Collecting three dimensional objects ( especially fragile ones ) is tough on space. That's one reason why I like to collect flat things that can be filed away.
    Last edited by kuranes; 10-01-2008 at 01:19 PM.
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    I try to collect currency, both foreign and domestic. If you have any old greenbacks lying around and don't know what to do with them, I can take them off your hands for a small fee. I'm not so much a coin collector, I find more enjoyment in cash collecting. I also find the comparative rarity of higher numbered bills to be a more exciting collection prospect than your average run of the mill one dollar bill.
    No offense.

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