Ted (merovingian) wrote,
Ted
merovingian

Moving! (and not being stationary)

So, I think I've hinted at this recently, but I'm going to be moving in a few weeks. Not far away or anything, but I sure could use some help.

I need:
- A hand-truck
- A foot-truck
- An amygdala-truck
- Sixteen trained elephants
- One wild rogue elephant
- An insider elephant who
- Tommy James and the Shondells, frozen in a block of ice
- Some cardboard boxes
- Some tungsten boxes
- A Klein bottle
- A Skyy bottle
- A Djinn bottle
- Masking tape
- A handheld computer with phone, alarm clock, e-wallet, MP3 player, web browser, and strong AI
- the human archetype of the Harvest King
- the city of Thermopylae
- some pizza

Can anyone lend these? I can give them all back after a few days. Thanks! I'll make you cookies.
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