Here's how a REAL pro packs!
Community College course catalog
Portable Umbrella, in case.
Two empty ziploc bags.
Ziplock bag with disposable razor, lip balm, pain killers and allergy meds, wet-naps, breath mints.
Black nylon . . . I'm not sure. I'ts like a little wallet, with a belt clip. Maybe it is for business cards. I don't have business cards. I'm getting rid of it.
Not shown above: Aiptek camera and case.
Postcard from my mother, postmarked 2003.
Disposable wrist strap for working on electronics.
Sample of Colgate toothpaste, opened.
Eyeglass repair kit from an insurance company.
Foil packet with Glide dental floss sample.
Aquafresh toothpaste sample.
Reciept from Stark Vacuums from two years ago.
Portfolio with looseleaf pads with random doodles and notes, dried up label stock, rental car map of Colorado.
Dental floss sample.
Scrap of note paper with notes on a automated haunted house I was going to build.
Post-It with new work phone number.
Year-old coupon from Micheal's hobby and craft shop.
Handle from broken photo tripod.
"Declaration for Dangerous Goods" for model rocket order, dated 12-08-2008
Safeway grocery receipt, too faded to read date
Notice of change in blackout period for retirement plan for my last employer.
Yellow note pad. It has the titles of a dozen graphic novels written on it, including Reload by Warren Ellis.
Empty "Memo Book" that looks positively antique. Cover price fifteen cents.
Note paper with the address of my widowed uncle; I never sent the card. He's since moved and remarried.
Another expired Micheal's craft coupon.
Ziploc bag with screws and "mollies."
Plastic dispenser for Post-It bookmark stickers.
Coffee stirrer, wooden. Two of them.
Ethernet loopback plug.
Adaptor to use stereo mini-plug earphones with two-plug airplane seat jacks.
Pens, pencils of no distinction.
Two packets of tissues
Two notepads from charities.
A piece of what appears to be jerky. Very, very old jerky.
Aluminum fork and spoon.
Eyeglass cleaning cloth.
Small tape measure.
Adaptor to allow two-prong airplane headsets with stereo mini-plug equipment. Really.
Plastic business card holder from the 1989 American Itnernational Toy Fair.
Old drinking straw.
Bits of a plastic knife.
Yellow plastic ruler.
Tiny spiral-bound book, "Mini-Manual for WordStar," copyright 1985.
Scrap of coarse sand paper.
Loose screw with "star" head.
Loose zipper closure ring for bag.