I am typing this post on a new computer (new to me). It's a Dell Pentium IV with Windows Pro XP and 256 MB of RAM. The tenant who owned it got a job in Toronto, and the moving company he hired to move his stuff to Toronto charges by both volume and weight. To minimize his moving costs, he left a whole bunch of stuff behind. So I've inherited this computer, a pair of cheap metal shelf stands that my sister wants, a ghetto blaster, a Magnavox TV set, a computer desk, mouse and keyboard, a set of golf clubs, an exercise machine, a portable dish washer, a half ton of 1.44 MB floppy disks, two end tables and a coffee table, a coffee maker and a whole bunch of other stuff. He was a computer programmer and he musta left behind about 300 computer books, and those have been disappearing fairly quickly from around my dumpster. I'll leave them out there until they stop disappearing, and I'll take the rest to the recycle depot. I've heard of garage sales and yard sales. I think I'm going to hold an apartment sale because most of this stuff I don't need either. He did clean up before he left so I'll mail him his damage deposit. I'll sell what I can, and just leave the rest beside my dumpster for anyone to claim. I've had tenants leave behind almost anything you can imagine... a hand made table, an old film movie camera, projector and screen (which were obsolete cuz no one uses photographic movie film anymore), a pair of crutches, and I even had a tenant leave behind an old car (that still started and ran well). I gave that to the Canadian Diabetes Foundation and got a tax receipt for $200 for it.