Junk removal

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  1. arsehole

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    Anyone know of a well priced junk removal company? I'm still in the process of cleaning out my parents house and I got a lot of shit I just want gone, in bulk if at all possible. Old computers and parts laying around, odds and ends and stuff that I can't/don't want to throw in the car. I'd rather someone back in the driveway and I'll fire the shit into a truck or dumpster.
     
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    When we bought my parents place we rented a dumpster and threw away tons of stuff... it was about $400 all said and done. The name of the company is completely escaping me right now.
     
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    Timothy Patrick Kelly (January 13, 1963 - February 5, 1998) was the guitarist for the band Slaughter. He was killed in an auto accident in 1998. Jeff Blando replaced Kelly's guitar spot in Slaughter in 1998.
     
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    never heard of him :kekeke:
     
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    Yeah a dumpster would probably be a good way to go. I can toss things off the deck into it at my own lesure haha. Isn't there a penalty if you go over a set weight or something like that? Also, how picky are these places now that it costs money to dispose of old electronics?
     
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    AFAIK - It doesn't cost anything to dipose of old electronics. You pay a fee on new electronics.
     
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    Hmmm. I could swear that you can't put old electronics at the curb anymore, and would have to take them to a depot. I also heard a add on a the radio over the weekend talking about electronic recycling and how they have a free weekend. I could be wrong though.

    I just that I have a shit ton of old computer stuff my father used to tinker around with that has to go. Also, if anyone is in into Commodore 64 Vic 20 retro shit, I have the motherload of that prehistoric computing :rofl:
     

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