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Jane and Dundas

Mon 20 Dec 2010 by mskala Tags used:

I took my bag of aluminum scrap to Canada Iron and Metal and they paid me four dollars for it, which is great; I would have been content to just make a present of it to someone who I'd be sure would recycle it. The trip cost me almost two hours on the last day before the movers will show up, and I'm not sure that was really a wise use of the time even if I did get four bucks; on the other hand, while I was out in that neighbourhood I saw no less than three used-clothing donation bins. So they haven't all disappeared, they've just gone into hiding. So the new plan is that I'll donate my old clothes here in Toronto after all - and I won't have to pack or ship them, and I can do the donation after the movers have left so it won't further eat into my before-they-arrive preparation time.

Now to see how much of my laundry card balance I can use up, since it's non-refundable.

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Axel
May the gods speed you! On a selfish note, I hope the chart service shall be up again soon. I can't stand the uptight way Astrodienst wants to receive birth data. I just had an exchange of emails with them and Alois Treindl accused me of sounding like an arrogant bully. Axel - 2010-12-20 17:51


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