[Noisebridge-discuss] Free calculator, magic books

Sam Bleckley s at diiq.org
Fri Jun 14 17:08:21 UTC 2013


The calculator is now spoken for. I'm sorry that I only have the one :(

The magic stuff is still up for grabs. It's a worthy collection with lots
of closeup and parlor, and some larger stage stuff. Though by no means a
complete library, it's still easily years worth of study material. I used
this stuff in my act for years.

Sam
On Jun 13, 2013 8:15 PM, "Sam Bleckley" <s at diiq.org> wrote:

> Hey, I'm moving back east, and I'm getting rid of some stuff.
>
> I have an HP 41C, which is a *beautiful* old programmable calculator from
> '79. It's got a little magnetic strip drive (which lets it save data (and
> programs) to little refrigerator magnets), a thermal printer, a manual, and
> other cool accessories. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/HP-41C. It works,
> but it needs new batteries - and they're unusual.
>
> I also have several excellent magic books, ranging from
> for-young-adult-beginners to for-dedicated-practitioners. I can throw in
> some miscellaneous props, too.
>
> If you can provide a good home for any of these things, drop me an email.
>
> Sam
>
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