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Irene made the switch to an iPad mini, so we're looking to sell her old iPad.

It's a 4th generation black 32gb iPad with retina display and lightning port. It has wi-fi, but is not the cellular-enabled type. More specs here on Amazon.

It's in great condition except for the screen, which is cracked, and one roughed-up corner. It has one of those plastic film screen protectors on it so it's still usable even with the cracked screen (she's been using it like this for months), but it is probably best to replace the screen.

Pics )

There's also a Logitech keyboard/cover. It snaps on as a cover and can be removed to use with the iPad like a notebook.


I'm looking to get $250 for both the iPad and the cover, shipping within the US included. Please comment, DM, or email me at kyuuketsukirui@gmail.com if you're interested.
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Irene recently got an iphone and thus no longer has need of her old ipod touch.

Here is her description:
It's this iPod (32gb model, in black). It works A-OK, though it's been dropped a few (dozen) times and has some scuffs and nicks. It's got a 5mp camera (with flash) and takes decent pictures for a fixed-lens camera. There's a couple 1" long scratches on the screen but they don't affect usability at all (plus I only noticed one of them right now when I looked at it, so). I still have the "loop" that hooks onto it to act as a wrist strap so you can pretend you're using a regular point-and-shoot camera.

It has a wall charger (5v USB pluggymadoodle) and a lightning cable. I'm also including a "Cradle with Audio Port for iPhone 5" which works just fine with the iPod.

Photos )

I would like to get $200 for the lot, Priority Mail shipping within the US included (shipping outside the US will be extra).

Cookbooks

Feb. 13th, 2012 10:19 pm
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ETA: All taken!

One of the things Irene did on this current visit is to go through the cookbooks and pick out which ones to save and which ones to get rid of. Before I put these out on the curb, is anyone interested in any?

This is a very, very random collection of stuff. Some were bought new, most were bought used in a "must buy all cookbooks!" phase. Many are very old and more interesting just to read through than to actually try the recipes. XD

Basically I'm just asking $1 per book + shipping unless otherwise noted.

Cooking
The Washington [DC] Cookbook (1982)
Cooking for Company (1968)
Mr. Food Cooks Real American (1994)
One Pot Cookbook (1977)
Better Homes and Gardens So-Good Meals (1963)
Mar Vista Woman's Club Our Best to You (50s, maybe?)
The Monticello Cook Book (1950)
East-West Flavors by the West LA Japanese American Citizens League (1966)
The Frugal Gourmet Cooks American (1987)
Emeril's Potluck (2004)
Betty Crocker's Picture Cook Book (1998 reprint of the 1950 edition)
Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book (1981)
Prevention's Ultimate Quick & Healthy Cookbook (1998)
I'm Just Here for the Food by Alton Brown (2002) - $5
Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove Cookbook (2009)
Williams-Sonoma American (2004)
Top Secret Recipes (1993)
Traditional Christmas Two (1997) [about half recipes, half crafts]
The Pumpkin Cookbook by Nicola Hill (1998)
The Frugal Gourmet Cooks Italian (1993)
Japanese Homestyle Cooking by Tokiko Suzuki (1999) - $5
Japanese Cookery by Shinojima Tadashi (1968)
Japanese Cookbook by Aya Kogawa (1959)
Adventures in Oriental Cooking (1976)
Oetker German Home Cooking (1963)
Mrs. Gooch's First Annual Natural Food Bake-Off (80s?)
Captaul Murrell's Savory Seafood Recipes (1990)
Recipes from Lousiana's Fairs & Festivals (1995)
Sunset Favorite Recipes for Salads (1979)
Family Circle Great Ground-Beef Recipes (1966)
The Complete Book of Greek Cooking (2006)

Baking
Duncan Hines Bake Shop in a Book (1979)
Gooseberry Patch Old-Fashioned Country Cookies (2000)
Mrs. Fields I Love Chocolate! Cookbook (1994)
Williams-Sonoma Cookies (2002)
The Book of Cookies by Pat Alburey (1988)
Good Old-Fashioned Cakes by Susan Kosoff (1989)
Mable Hoffman's Chocolate Cookery (1978)
Baking (2003)
Cookies by Natale Hartanov Haughton (1983)

Not Really Cookbooks
A Cook's Tour by Anthony Bourdain
Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain
On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen (1997) by Harold McGee - $5

Sales!

Jan. 2nd, 2012 09:55 pm
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Just a reminder, but I still have loads of stuff for sale, and am especially needing to get rid of CDs.

There's one post with books + manga + DVDs + CDs (and if you're interested in jpop CDs, this is a list of just the Japanese stuff, which can be hard to find in among all the other stuff), one with Japanese language-learning books/dictionaries, and one with some other random stuff.

I also have a ton of cooking magazines. Many issues of Saveur, Good Food, Everyday Food, and Cuisine At Home can be yours for the price of shipping. You don't have to take the whole lot (I'm not sure I could even get it all in one box), but if you'd like an assortment, I can do that. I just don't want to throw them all away. >_<
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1. We've decided to sell the ipod after all, so once again, here are the details:

64gb 3rd Generation iPod touch + Red Mophie Juice Pack

this iPod is the one described here: http://support.apple.com/kb/SP570

includes:
standard Apple iPod USB connector
Mophie Juice Pack + USB cable
Apple headphones
iOS 5 installed

condition:
the back panel is scuffed and has one VERY shallow dent. the front
glass has a few minor scratches which are not visible when the unit is
in use, and is unbroken. this iPod replaced another in March of 2011,
so it's not even a year old, though it IS out of warranty. the battery
holds a good charge and while it won't give you Apple's claimed 30
hours of playback time, you WILL be able to go with it all day,
assuming you keep the wifi off. the wifi is the biggest battery drain
apart from playing video, but this is true of any device of this
nature.

before delivery the unit will be reset and the very latest software
update from Apple will be installed. it will be shipped blank and
ready for you to personalise.


$200 + shipping.



2. I have the following Japanese textbooks, workbooks, and dictionaries for sale:

Genki I and II - $20 for the set
Genki II Workbook (missing ~10 pages near the beginning, but otherwise unused) - $3
Basic Kanji Book Vol. 1 & 2 - $5 for the set
A Guide to Writing Kanji and Kana Vol. 1 & 2 - $5 for the set
Mangajin's Basic Japanese Through Comics Vo. 1 & 2 - $5 for the set
501 Japanese Verbs - $1
The Learner's Kanji Dictionary - $2 (no dustjacket)
Lighthouse Japanese-English Dictionary & English-Japanese Dictionary - $5 for the set
Shogakukan Gendai Kokugo Reikai Jiten (contemporary Japanese dictionary) - $5
Iwanami Kogo Jiten (classical Japanese dictionary) - $5

The Genki Workbook and Basic Kanji Books have not been written in at all that I can see. The Guide to Writing Kanji and Kana has been written in a little, but each character has a ton of practice space, so they are still very usable as workbooks.

I also have a few coursebooks from UCLA that I saved. I'm not sure how interesting they would be without the class itself to elaborate, but $1 each if anyone wants them.

Introduction to Japanese Linguistics
Structure of Japanese
Classical Japanese Grammar



3. Still lots for sale here. Also I forgot to mention in that post, but I am still trying to get rid of cooking magazines. Many issues of Saveur, Good Food, Everyday Food, and Cuisine At Home can be yours for the price of shipping.
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1. I have dropped prices on some stuff! Manga and DVDs are now $1 each. All Japanese CDs are $2 each (I was generally asking $3 each before). All CDs that would otherwise be $1 on my giganto list of CDs are now 2 for $1 (I realise it's hard to tell what will be what price for the CDs, but my basic rule of thumb is to check Amazon and if it's selling for $1 or under, I ask $1, and otherwise I ask something around the lowest Amazon price). There are still a ton of CDs and over a hundred books, so please take a look if you think you might be interested.

2. The two big ticket items are still up for sale! I'm going to go ahead and be obnoxious and repost those here in hopes of not having to deal with ebay:
The first thing we have for sale is a late 2009 model Mac mini. 2.53GHz processor, 4GB RAM, and 320GB hard drive. Excellent condition. More detailed specs can be found on the Apple website or on Amazon with pictures. This is a tiny computer, great for if you don't have a lot of space. We're only getting rid of it because Irene's living situation is going to mean she needs the portability of a laptop, not a desktop and monitor. (Also we may have to move into an apartment that doesn't have room for desks, so...) Original box, etc. included. I'm asking $450 + shipping, but willing to negotiate.


The second is a Cuisinart 14-cup food processor. Stainless steel/black base with clear plastic upper. I think this is the same one. Excellent condition, includes all original parts. No original box, but we do have the manual. We got this for Christmas from Irene's parents years ago and while it is awesome, we rarely use it. I would say it's been used a couple dozen times in ten years. I'm asking $125 + shipping, but willing to negotiate.

3. I also still have four video games. All have their cases and are in like-new condition. Children of Manna has never been played.

Big Beach Sports (Wii) - $5
Children of Mana (DS) -$8
Chrono Trigger (DS) - $12
New Super Mario Bros (DS) - $25

4. If you are just interested in Japanese stuff, I made a post on the garagesalejapan comm on LJ that lists just Japanese books (English and Japanese) and CDs, so you don't have to go through the long lists trying to see what's what (especially difficult with CDs).

5. I have a few new items:
Japanese Hello Kitty nightlight from 1998. 7" tall, battery operated (2 AA batteries). When not lit up, the globe looks plain white, but press down on Kitty's head to turn on and reveal a Hello Kitty pattern on the globe. Excellent condition. Photo here. $10.


Lot of Doctor Who magazines and things, including three Doctor Who FASA RPG guides from 1985 (player's manual, game operations manual, and sourcebook for field guides), four issues of Doctor Who Magazine (three from the '90s, one from '87), Colony in Space episode booklet, and The Doctor Who Technical Manual (1983). All are excellent condition, except for one of the magazines which has an unattached cover w/ price tag on it (cover is included). Photo here. $10 for the lot.


Vintage stuffed Paddington Bear + book set (early '70s). Both bear and books show wear. Paddington's nose his rubbed off, his jacket has a bit near the collar that looks like a dog might have chewed it, and the tag around his neck is torn. Photo here. $5.

6. I also have a bunch of Japanese-language-learning books and dictionaries that I want to get rid of, but don't feel like writing up tonight, but that will be coming soon.
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In case you come across this link from elsewhere and don't know the situation, my wife and I (who are trans/queer/poly) live in a house owned by my (fundamentalist Christian) mom, because it's cheap and we cannot afford rent elsewhere. However, my mom recently demanded my wife leave by the end of the year, so as of January, my wife will be living with friends while we try to get enough money to find an apartment together.

So we need to get rid of stuff. We will be moving, so the less stuff the better, also we will have to move from a small two-bedroom house to an even smaller, one-bedroom or no-bedroom apartment, which will doubtless not have much in the way of storage space.

We also need money to make the move possible. So I'm hoping to combine getting rid of stuff with getting some money. Although if you don't want any of my stuff and just want to donate money, that would also be very much appreciated. My link wasn't working, so you can donate by this button if you want:







For payment, I prefer Paypal, but also accept cash and money orders.

Please feel free to link this around! I want to sell as much of this stuff as possible.

Mainly right now I have CDs, books, and DVDs to get rid of, but also a couple larger/higher-priced items, so I will do those first. I will also be adding more stuff over the next days/weeks/months (possibly here or in new posts).

I have a 2000+ feedback rating on eBay, almost all of which is as a seller. I am also willing to provide links to many, many places online (in my journal and various communities) where I have sold stuff in the past, if you have any reservations.


VARIOUS

The first thing we have for sale is a late 2009 model Mac mini. 2.53GHz processor, 4GB RAM, and 320GB hard drive. Excellent condition. More detailed specs can be found on the Apple website or on Amazon with pictures. This is a tiny computer, great for if you don't have a lot of space. We're only getting rid of it because Irene's living situation is going to mean she needs the portability of a laptop, not a desktop and monitor. (Also we may have to move into an apartment that doesn't have room for desks, so...) Original box, etc. included. I'm asking $450 + shipping, but willing to negotiate.


The second is a Cuisinart 14-cup food processor. Stainless steel/black base with clear plastic upper. I think this is the same one. Excellent condition, includes all original parts. No original box, but we do have the manual. We got this for Christmas from Irene's parents years ago and while it is awesome, we rarely use it. I would say it's been used a couple dozen times in ten years. I'm asking $125 + shipping, but willing to negotiate.


BOOKS & MANGA

The easiest thing to do here is link to the "for sale" tag on my LibraryThing collection. I have already gotten rid of all the books I've read, but I've decided that right now as much as I may want to read those books eventually, what's happening is that I'm reading on my ipod instead. So physical books must go. There may be some in there I want to keep (and I know there are a few I already gave away but didn't yet take out of the library), but for the most part, anything you see that you want can be yours.

Condition varies! These are almost entirely used books that I got off BookMooch or Amazon. While I don't smoke or have pets, some of these books may have come from places that do. Some look like new, some have a lot of wear. If condition is important, please ask! I am willing to describe any book, but I don't have the time to write them all up first.

Pricing is generally $1 each + shipping. Buy 5, get 1 free. Within the US, shipping will be by media mail. If you are outside of the US, you probably don't even want to bother, because US mail does not offer a cheap international method, so just one book is like $10 shipping. (Though as long as you are willing to pay, I am willing to ship overseas.)


I also have the following manga:

Aruko: Yasuko to Kenji 1
Asada Hiroyuki: Tegami Bachi 12
Chiya Toriko: Clover 22, 23, 24
Hattori Mitsuru: Umisho 1
Kawahara Kazune: Aozora Yell 6
Kurata Hideyuki & Yamada Akitaro: Read or Die 1
Satou Kenetsu: Mai Hime 1-5 (complete series, would prefer to sell together)
Satou Kenetsu: Mai Otome 1
Suzuki Yumiko: Anna-san no Omame 5, 6
Takasuka Yuka: Good Morning Kiss 3
Tamura Yumi: 7 Seeds 19, 20
Yamazaki Takako: Ppoi! 29, 30
Yamazaki Takako: Zero 1-11 (complete series, would prefer to sell together)

All manga is in Japanese. Most is like new. $1 per volume ($10 for the set of Zero) + shipping.


DVDs
All DVDs are new or like new (most watched once at most) unless noted. $1 each.

Cut for list, though it's fairly small )

CDs

CDs are generally $1 each + shipping, but there are some that are more (and some I'm willing to do 2 for $1). I can't do prices for the entire list ahead of time (you will understand when you see the list), but will reply with pricing for each request. For CDs, I am willing to ship them without jewel cases to save on shipping (especially for international orders).

Like with the books, condition varies greatly. Ask if you are concerned. All are playable, mainly it's the jewel cases that might not look so great.

The selection is mostly English and Japanese, though there is other stuff in there as well. There is also a fair amount of classical music which we did not write up. If you are interested in classical CDs, please let me know and we will make a list.

This list is super long! )
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ETA: We're no longer selling this.

Irene is looking to buy an iPhone and needs to sell her iPod Touch, so I figured I'd offer it here first before trying eBay.

Her description:

64gb 3rd Generation iPod touch + Red Mophie Juice Pack

this iPod is the one described here: http://support.apple.com/kb/SP570

includes:
standard Apple iPod USB connector
Mophie Juice Pack + USB cable
Apple headphones
iOS 5 installed

condition:
the back panel is scuffed and has one VERY shallow dent. the front
glass has a few minor scratches which are not visible when the unit is
in use, and is unbroken. this iPod replaced another in March of 2011,
so it's not even a year old, though it IS out of warranty. the battery
holds a good charge and while it won't give you Apple's claimed 30
hours of playback time, you WILL be able to go with it all day,
assuming you keep the wifi off. the wifi is the biggest battery drain
apart from playing video, but this is true of any device of this
nature.

before delivery the unit will be reset and the very latest software
update from Apple will be installed. it will be shipped blank and
ready for you to personalise.


Please comment with any questions.

I'm asking $200 or best offer.

Priority Mail within the US is free; you will have to pay extra for international shipping. Pick up is also an option if you live in the LA area.

I prefer Paypal, but will also accept cash (at your own risk) or money order.


I will also be selling my Toshiba netbook (160GB HD, 2GB RAM, extra-long battery life) as soon as I can get the description written up, so if you're interested in that, feel free to comment here as well and I'll offer it to you first.
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Is anyone interested in a Lane Bryant green and pink floral blouse? Size 22/24. No tags, but never worn (other than to try it on). I'd like to get $10 + priority mail flat rate shipping ($5 in the US, $12 Canada/Mexico, $14 elsewhere), but I'm open to offers.

Photo on flickr. It's kind of hard to tell from the photo, but it has a deep v-neck. I think this one I found on ebay is the same, but has a better photo.
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I have had good luck with offering stuff on here before trying ebay recently, so here's another one.

This is all my SNES stuff I could find. Included in the lot:

SNES system + original hookups (AC adapter & RF switch)
2 third-party controllers, both of which have rapidfire, etc. (I no longer have the original controllers)
Mario Paint mouse, mousepad, and mouse cleaner
Adapter that allows you to plug in SNES controllers to your computer for use with emulators (not sure if this adapter works with anything but original SNES controllers, though)
Super Gameboy, which allows you to play Gameboy & Gameboy Color games on your SNES
Various instruction manuals (for games marked with * as well as the SN Programpad controller and the Super Gameboy)
19 games:

RPGS: 7th Saga*, Breath of Fire*, Illusion of Gaia*, Lufia & the Fortress of Doom*, Paladin's Quest, Wizardry V*, Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past*

Platformers: Super Mario All Stars, Yoshi's Island, Super Metroid*, Super Star Wars*, Super Empire Strikes Back, Donkey Kong Country, Donkey Kong Country 3

Puzzle: Tetris Attack, Kirby's Avalanche*, On the Ball

Shooters: Pop'n Twinbee (Japanese)

Other: Mario Paint*

Some games were bought from Blockbuster and have stickers and/or writing on them. Manuals vary from pristine to quite worn.

The SNES has been modified to play Japanese as well as North American games. Unlike some newer systems where you have to get a modchip, with the SNES all you had to do was cut out two plastic notches inside that kept the Japanese cartidges from fitting. So the system looks slightly the worse for wear, but it plays just fine.

I tested the system, both controllers, and all games. Everything works fine. This is an old cartridge-based system, though, so like with all such systems, you may have to occasionally blow on the pins (in the games and/or the system itself) to get it to work. (A thorough cleaning might help with that, but really it's just a failing with this type of system.)

I have no original boxes.

Photos through here! )

I'm asking $75 + shipping. Or make me an offer.
torachan: arale from dr slump dressed in a penguin suit and smiling (arale penguin)
ETA: SOLD!

Another item I'm offering here first before putting on eBay. I have been loathe to part with this, even after I got rid of almost all my other old art stuff, because I wanted a light box for so long and then finally had the money to buy one...right around the time I started doing almost all my drawing on the computer. (And now I don't even do much of that.)

It's this Gagne Porta-Trace 10x12" light box (here is a photo of mine). Very lightly used, mostly been sitting in the closet for years. I checked it and it still works great. Looks pretty much just like it did when I bought it. You can either use it flat or tilted up using the attached stand. Original box not included.

I'm asking $35 + shipping. You can calculate shipping here by parcel post (4 pounds, from 90405). Approximately $12 (within the US; not sure anyone outside the US would want it, since shipping would be so high), though I think parcel post varies by location. You can also pick it up if you're in the area.
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1. It rained really hard last night/this morning. I love when it's loud enough to really hear the rain.

2. Carla found MOAR comics in the closet earlier today. XD I keep thinking surely this is the last of them! But no. Anyway, the other Donald Duck comics did so well on eBay, I decided to sell these, too, so I listed them a few hours ago and there's already three watchers! I also relisted my Skechers skate shoes that didn't sell last time and there's one watcher, so hopefully they will sell this time. They're such cute shoes and in really great condition, since I only wore them like a month or two before finally having to accept the reality that they were way too small. And I also cleaned up a deep fryer we had gotten for Christmas several years ago and used once and got that up for sale, too. It looks brand new, so hopefully someone will want it.

I was annoyed with eBay for so long due to their increasingly seller-unfriendly attitudes that I didn't want to use them at all, but now they have it so if you list something starting at 99 cents or lower there's no listing fee, so at least if stuff doesn't sell, I'm not out money.

3. We saw an owl on our street the other night! I don't think I've ever seen an owl in this area. It was flapping around on the ground a bit, then flew up into a tree across the street, and after a few minutes of sitting on a branch, flew across to another tree. It was pretty cool! *uploads owl icon to DW*

Daily Happysong:

SMAP - Oretachi ni Asu wa Aru
SMAP 008 will always be my favorite SMAP album. It was one of the first albums I bought when I got into jpop and I honestly think this period had some of their best songs. Now they're kind of just bland ballads like Shounen-tai (when they bother to release a song at all).
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ETA: Sold! Woohoo!

I thought I'd ask here before putting it up on eBay. This is a black 8GB 3rd gen iPod Nano (color screen, plays music and video), like new. Comes with original headphones and USB cable, as well as two Belkin cases, one hard case and one that flips open (both pink). I don't have the orignal box anymore.

(I can load it up with music if you want!)

I'm asking $65 + shipping.

Photo under here! )
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1. I made okonomiyaki last night and it was so good! It wasn't puffing up nice and fluffy for some reason, but it still tasted good. :D

2. Getting those comics up on eBay motivated me to finally clean up this pair of shoes and get them up there. I really hope they sell (and for more than 99 cents! D:) because I only wore them for like two months because they were A. too small and B. not good for all the walking I do, and my feet were in constant pain from them. :(

Daily Happysong:

W - Robo Kiss
W was my favorite Hello! Project group, so of course they had to break up. :(
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1. I ended up listing all my Disney comics as a lot on eBay (and according to my feedback, I haven't sold anything on eBay in almost three years O_o). So you can take a look there for the list and pics if you have any interest. I also put up all my X-Men comics on BookMooch. Maybe since I have one listing up on eBay, I'll go ahead and finally list those shoes I've been meaning to for ages.

2. Yesterday we had people over to fix ALL the plumbing. It was a long day (about nine or ten hours), but they fixed the major leak in the lawn and a smaller leak up near the front steps, as well as several things in the house, such as the shower and kitchen sink that Tom had sort of fixed before but not really. (Shower had been fixed so it wasn't leaking massively and costing money, but now could not be switched from shower to faucet; leak under the kitchen sink had been fixed and then come undone and had to have a bucket under it to catch the gushing water.) He also took out the broken garbage disposal and just put in straight pipe, as well as a nice strainer on that side, and he fixed the faucet in the kitchen so it's up higher, making it easier to wash dishes. This guy is a friend of my mom and Tom, so he gave them a really good deal, too. A stranger probably would have charged two or three times as much.

3. Apparently the last two episodes of Better Off Ted are finally being aired! ...In Australia. But thanks to the magic of the internet, I can watch them, too!

Daily Happysong:

Makihara Noriyuki - Dou Shiyou mo Nai Boku ni Tenshi ga Orite Kita
This is my absolute favorite song by him. It's just so fun. (I think it's the first song of his I ever heard, too.)
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We have finally decided to part with all our CDs (or at least what can be sold), so here is a list almost 500 more CDs. There is a ton of jpop here, but also a lot of English-language stuff (and a few other languages as well).

Prices vary from $1 and up. I imagine the bulk is in the $3-5 range, but some will be higher. Just let me know which ones you're interested in and I'll give you the pricing.

If you have questions about the condition, just ask, though I think most of these are very good to like new (all are playable).

Shipping is by media mail in the US, airmail/priority elsewhere.

I prefer paypal, but also accept cash or money order.

CDs! )

I also still have hundreds of CDs and a couple dozen DVDs here. Most CDs on this list are $1 each and most DVDs are $3 each.I wish there were an easier litmus test of kink-friendliness in order to participate in kink bingo

Magazines

Oct. 5th, 2009 12:35 am
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Here's the list of magazines I'm getting rid of. The cooking magazines are free to a good home, all you have to pay is shipping. For the Japanese magazines, I'd like to get 2/$1 + shipping, but it's very negotiable if you get more than a handful as really I just want to get these out of my house.

Shipping will be by media mail from 90405. I will ship outside of the US, but the only option is Priority Mail which is crazy expensive (especially for something as heavy as magazines), so I'm not sure anyone wants them that badly.

Magazines range from brand-new-looking to worn. I tried to note on the Japanese mags if I noticed something on the cover (like a price tag, etc), but I didn't page through them (there are so many!), so it's possible some may have pages or partial pages cut out. If that's a concern, let me know the ones you're interested in and I'll look through them. I also did not go through and list who is on the cover or inside, but again, if you want to know, just ask. For all the idol magazines, you can figure they're primarily Johnny's of some sort (mostly KinKi Kids, SMAP, Tokio, V6, and Jrs).

Japanese magazines (cat mags, music mags, idol mags) )




And don't forget, I also still have a bunch of CDs and DVDs for sale here.
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Carla is trying to sell her Macbook. She put up an ad on Craigslist this afternoon and immediately got a really creepy guy calling about it, so I said I'd offer it up on my journal, too. Here's her ad:

MacBook 1.83ghz/400gb HD/2gb RAM - $400

I have a three-year-old white MacBook for sale. It's been upgraded to 2gb of RAM and recently fitted with a 400gb hard drive. It is clean and runs well and can handle most things the average user would do, including web surfing, word processing and some (light) gaming. Unfortunately Apple chose to use Intel's "integrated graphics" card, the very weak GMA950 in this machine, and so you shouldn't expect to be able to play the latest and greatest high-end games. However you can run games like Bejeweled and the older Quake games just fine. It can (barely) manage Halo.

It has a built-in iSight webcam, two USB 2.0 ports, one FireWire 400 port, a mini-DV video port, one Ethernet port, AirPort wireless (up to 802.11g) and Bluetooth. I have the original box, the Apple Remote which came with it and the original software installation discs. I am presently running Mac OS 10.6.1 on this computer, but it comes with Mac OS 10.4. I am not selling it with any other OS, since that's the one it came with. But it handles Snow Leopard like a dream. I can pre-install the OS for you, or if you would prefer, I can ship it with a blank hard drive so you can install your own OS. This machine can also run Windows 7 very nicely via BootCamp.

The only real problem with this computer is its battery. It's got the original battery still, and it barely holds a charge. I have used this machine as my desktop computer for the last three years, and have not taken advantage of its portability. As a result, the battery has suffered. If you intend to use this machine as a portable (which is why it was made, after all) you'll need to buy a new battery.

The computer no longer under warranty, and is sold as-is. It is, however, running perfectly.


If you live in the LA area, you can come pick it up, otherwise shipping is $20 by UPS ground. I'm not willing to ship outside of the US (can't imagine anyone wanting it shipped out of the country, but just in case).
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Okay, so we have four CD wallets full of burned CDs and DVDs from when we used to rent and trade stuff all the time. With no car, we really have no use for the CDRs, and while I held on to the DVDs out of nostalgia, I know I'll likely never watch them again, so they're just taking up space. But this is hundreds of discs and I feel bad about throwing them away.

So if anyone wants anything on this list, just let me know and I'll send it to you for the cost of shipping. I'd rather send large lots than just one disc here and there, but I'll also take requests for uploads, so if you don't want the physical CD or if you just want one thing, let me know and I'll rip and upload the mp3s.

Also, I can't guarantee quality. Some of these look a little scratched up, but most of them look fine. However, they have all been sitting here for years in a CD wallet, and may have deteriorated. So again, it's best to ask for lots, that way if one thing is messed up, you're not disappointed. :p

jpop/jrock CDs )

Digimon CDs )

Digimon DVDs )

In other news, hopefully sometime within the next week or so I'm going to have lists of magazines. Cooking magazines will be just cost of shipping, jpop/idol magazines (and maybe a few anime, idk) will probably be a small price + shipping. I have three boxes full of Japanese mags and a closet full of cooking mags. D: I just really want to get rid of this stuff... (I also want to cry at the amount of money that represents, esp the Japanese stuff. Guys, there were years there were I was buying Duet, Potato, Wink Up, Myojo, Popolo, Junon, and more EVERY SINGLE MONTH. This is why we were in debt.)

If you think you might be interested in the magazines and want first look before I put the list up on my journal and various communities, just email me at megchan@gmail.com and I'll send out the list by email first (tell me which list you're interested in, or both).
torachan: (Default)
Okay, so we have four CD wallets full of burned CDs and DVDs from when we used to rent and trade stuff all the time. With no car, we really have no use for the CDRs, and while I held on to the DVDs out of nostalgia, I know I'll likely never watch them again, so they're just taking up space. But this is hundreds of discs and I feel bad about throwing them away.

So if anyone wants anything on this list, just let me know and I'll send it to you for the cost of shipping. I'd rather send large lots than just one disc here and there, but I'll also take requests for uploads, so if you don't want the physical CD or if you just want one thing, let me know and I'll rip and upload the mp3s.

Also, I can't guarantee quality. Some of these look a little scratched up, but most of them look fine. However, they have all been sitting here for years in a CD wallet, and may have deteriorated. So again, it's best to ask for lots, that way if one thing is messed up, you're not disappointed. :p

Hundreds of jpop/jrock albums, Digimon CDs, and Digimon DVDs over here.


In other news, hopefully sometime within the next week or so I'm going to have lists of magazines. Cooking magazines will be just cost of shipping, jpop/idol magazines (and maybe a few anime, idk) will probably be a small price + shipping. I have three boxes full of Japanese mags and a closet full of cooking mags. D: I just really want to get rid of this stuff... (I also want to cry at the amount of money that represents, esp the Japanese stuff. Guys, there were years there were I was buying Duet, Potato, Wink Up, Myojo, Popolo, Junon, and more EVERY SINGLE MONTH. This is why we were in debt.)

If you think you might be interested in the magazines and want first look before I put the list up on my journal and various communities, just email me at megchan@gmail.com and I'll send out the list by email first (tell me which list you're interested in, or both).

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