[Chugalug] Orange Grove Center would like your spare computers!

Michael Scholten dmscholten at gmail.com
Mon Oct 29 11:55:54 UTC 2012

Ok, so I just checked with them about sizes of CRTs. Size does not matter,
all are $10. Also, on the 19th of November they are having a free drop-off
day. You won't be charged anything, no matter what or how much you bring.

When I checked on what else they accept I was told they take anything,
withing the realms of electronics that is. If you want more information
contact Poppy at (423) 629-1451 ext: 2373


On Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 9:03 AM, Michael Scholten <dmscholten at gmail.com>wrote:

> Thanks for the clarification Dave. I looked at several HP printers
> throughtout the past couple weeks that I just assumed it was a printer.
> That and I was up past my usual bed time... ;)
> No, that should still be perfectly fine.
> -Michael
> On Fri, Oct 26, 2012 at 11:41 PM, Dave Brockman <dave at brockmans.com>wrote:
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>> On 10/26/2012 11:19 PM, Michael Scholten wrote:
>> > Sadly I never heard when/where that recording was going to show up.
>> > (I didn't do the recording) Wish it was though, I'd like to
>> > re-listen to that meeting.
>> As would I...
>> > Don't think there would be any issue with that printer being
>> > dropped off. Again, I could be wrong and will be happy to double
>> > check that on Monday for you. I'll also make sure to get a
>> > phone/ext number for that department. Otherwise you can contact
>> > Orange Grove at 423-629-1451 and ask for Ruth (I can't think of her
>> > last name right now) in ITC. She can help you from there too.
>> http://www.hp.com/products1/servers/HP9000_family_overview.html
>> Ed wasn't talking about a printer, btw....
>> > I've seen some good size devises come in before...
>> I don't know how many "parts" to an HP 9K Ed might have, but just
>> proc, RAM, PSU is about half a rack worth, that's before you add storage.
>> Regards,
>> dtb
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