You don't even have to put ice in there. Nobody checks that.
As a side note, I'm realizing that the downside of cube-shelves for knick-knacks is that they do actually require dusting.
I guess now I understand why old fashioned curio shelves have glass fronts.
I don't understand how there are "cartridge only" ebay listings of games that came out THIS WEEK.
So, someone bought the game, instantly threw out the case, and then decided to flip the game, in the course of a few days?
Is this a scam of some sort?
Did they steal this from the demo machine at a Gamestop?
I don't get it.
Years ago, I got my first Kindle cheap (used) because its networking was broken. I didn't care, but this meant I had to call Amazon support to link it to my Amazon account.
Coincidentally, this was right after the Kindle 2 came out, so the phone guy was trying hard to sell me a new kindle.
But he obviously didn't have a sales script, he was just ad libing.
Finally he said "Sir, I don't know if you're aware, but the Kindle you own can only hold forty-thousand books."
Ok, lots of people have informed me that "Trunk or Treat" is when instead of Trick or Treat, people just hand out candy from their cars in a church parking lot.
That sounds pretty joyless compared to actual trick-or-treating.
The good news is that I had the foresight to take the batteries out of this Guitar Hero LCD Handheld, so it still works.
The bad news is that it's 100% as terrible as it looks. Really bad. Unplayable.
Turns out I own the official LCD handheld of "Guitar Hero".
Hope I didn't pay too much for this.
I found my two of my three favorite Gameboy games from when I was young.
Not sure where Mario is, it's probably in my old Gameboy, wherever that is.
I want to play these again, but I'm afraid they won't hold up, so I'm not going to.
One of the coolest things about the DS was the hardware add-ons.
Sadly, both of my old GBA flash carts seem to have died.
Too bad, it'd be nostalgic to see what ROMS I had on them.
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