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Text 329, 97 rader
Skriven 2006-05-10 13:56:12 av Ardith Hinton (1:153/716.0)
    Kommentar till text 324 av James Bradley (1:134/77.0)
Ärende: What's in...  4C.
=========================
Hi yet again, James!  This is the last installment of the current series:

JB>  Because you are able to comprehend a "perceptive"
JB>  aspect, and not snap to a "normal" "judgment", I
JB>  can brag about the insanity. <G>


          Thankyou.  I find it quite interesting, actually....  :-)



JB>  I have to make sure most of this stuff goes out as
JB>  fast as it comes in, displaces an old piece, or is
JB>  truly going to enrich my life.


          A refreshingly intuitive rule of thumb!  I like it....  :-)



JB>  I don't know how a hospital spec. TV distribution
JB>  system will enrich my life at present, but I might
JB>  implement it yet.


          So you say to yourself, "This must be good for something... I'm just
not quite sure what at this point."  Intuition + perception....  :-))



JB>  My thrust at the time was to utilize it, but the
JB>  health got in the way. Now, comes the cost::benifit
JB>  ratio. Wish I had a good functioning crystal ball
JB>  in that pile of tools. Now, THAT's something I would
JB>  try to hang onto. (-;


          Even the psychics don't achieve 100% accuracy!  Others say we should
get rid of anything we haven't used for a year... but in many cases I'm glad I
didn't.  When Nora broke her ankle, for example, we rented a power chair.  Due
to health regulations we also purchased a wheelchair cushion ($50).  Two years
later she had a stroke, and once again we rented a power chair.  Meanwhile the
price of cushions had more than doubled... however, we were able to re-use the
one we'd used earlier.  Then there were the curtains which I inherited from my
aunt & kept in the hall closet for ten years.  Four metres of fabric, at $30 a
metre... i.e. if I'd used new fabric... and I didn't have to go shopping.  The
downside, of course, is that stuff expands to exceed the space available.  :-)



JB>  A current bid, (I think I've mentioned?) scored all
JB>  sorts of furniture. I hope by fall, to have most of
JB>  that back at the same auction house it came from with
JB>  the additions of a handful of hardware that made it
JB>  an incomplete lot, or legs on the table that was
JB>  missing.


          So you keep what you want, then fix up the rest & sell it back.  The
financial return may be small... but you seem to be getting a lot of enjoyment
out of what you're doing.  I would say the enjoyment is important too....  :-)



JB>  Again, another totally opposite quirk of the auctions,
JB>  is understanding them from a sellers, or vendors
JB>  perspective.


          Yes... I also get the impression that things like the $10,000 dining
room suite often go for less than they're worth while the cheaper items go for
more.  I suspect the average bargain-hunter has a limited budget, but tends to
get carried away by competition for the same item... while the dealers snap up
the expensive stuff at a fraction of the price they're hoping to get when they
offer it for sale in the "antiques & collectibles" shop or what have you.  :-)



JB>  I know I've kicked myself for some errors, and I
JB>  still have to pay the piper - sort of speaking -
JB>  with some bad decisions.


          Tsk, tsk!  Kicking oneself isn't allowed here....  ;-)



JB>  "My name is James, and I have an auction habit." <G>


          Hi!  My name is Ardith, and I'm a pack rat... [chuckle].




--- timEd/386 1.10.y2k+
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