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Selling some stuff

From: Amaroq
Sent on: Thursday, August 25, 2011 9:18 PM
Heya guys. This is a little short notice, but I'm going to be moving to Minnesota this sunday. I can only take two suitcases on the train, and I'm low on cash, so I need to sell some stuff.

The biggest thing is a bicycle. It's a Kent City Cruiser, dark gray/blue-ish colored. I got it for $115 a year ago at a sporting goods store. Its pedals broke, so I replaced them with high quality, $25 metal petals. It's been exposed to the weather a bit, so there's some rust on it, mostly just cosmetic. The chain is a bit rusty, but the bike works fine. It's a one-speed bike where the brakes are activated by turning the pedals backwards. I'm hoping to get $100 for it, but I'm open to offers. I'd be willing to go low since I need the money and need to get rid of it before I move.

I also have some electronics I need to get rid of. I have a gamecube, and the following games: Phantasy Star Online Episode 3: C.A.R.D. Revolution, Starfox Assault, NBA Street V3, and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes. I also have a controller (it's a little bit sticky around the joystick), and two or three memory cards. One of the memory cards is an official Nintendo one, and the other(s) are 3rd party. And of course the power cord and the colored cable things to hook it up to a TV. I think I might even have an adapter thing to let you hook up a gamecube, a playstation, and an xbox to a cable jack. But I could be wrong, I'll have to dig through my stuff.

I have the following DVDs. The Fantastic Mr. Fox, All Dogs Go To Heaven (Got from wal-mart, still in plastic wrapping), The Haunted Mansion (Eddie Murphy), School for Scoundrels (never watched it), The Simpsons Movie, Meet Dave (Eddie Murphy. Never watched this either), Knowing, Blade Runner two-disc special edition, and Heroes season 2.

I also have two printers. Lexmark z611, and Lexmark x1240. The 1240 is a printer/scanner/copier all in one type of thing. I have driver CDs for both, and cables for at least one. Drivers are available online as well. There are no x1200  x64 drivers for Windows XP, so you either need Windows XP 32 bit or or Windows Vista or newer. Not sure if this applies to z600 drivers. If you're using Linux, the z600 series driver will work for both printers, but I don't know how to get the scanner in the x1240 working on Linux.

I also have a few N64 games and accessories. Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, and Asteroids 64, and a rumble pack and two transfer packs.

I also have a broken Playstation 2. It works if you can fanagle it right. You gotta open it up and press against this CD-sized plastic disc inside of it when you close/open the CD tray, and stand it on its side, or put it upside-down. But it's difficult and doesn't like to cooperate. When there's a CD in it, you also have to fanagle it to get it to eject without the CD and CD tray getting stuck. I also have a controller and memory card for it. And maybe wires to hook it up, but I gotta find them. I originally bought it from Ebay in that condition, because I wanted to play Okami. I got pretty far in the game once I fanagled the PS2 into working. Unfortunately I lost that game and now I just have a fussy PS2 to show for it.

Um. I also have a microphone, the kind you hold in your hand, with the large-sized connection jack.

I also have a Gameboy Advanced, golden colored, with the following games. These are Gameboy games: Pokemon Trading Card Game, Ms Pacman, Super Mario 2: 6 Golden Coins, Pokemon Crystal. And these are Gameboy Advanced games: Pokemon Fire Red, and Yu-Gi-Oh: The Eternal Duelist Soul.
The Gameboy is missing its battery cover.

Everything except the PS2 works well. Everything is in good condition, with the exceptions I described above.

I'd like to get at least semi-decent money for these, but I need cash fast and I need to get rid of this stuff fast, so you guys can probably get good deals on whatever you want here. I leave on Sunday, so I need to get rid of this stuff by Saturday. I live in the Queen Anne area of Seattle and I have little money at the moment for buses and stuff, so you'll probably have to come pick up the stuff yourself if you want any of it.
~Amaroq Wolf

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