Or maybe more like unnatural selection.
Not survival of the fittest, more like survival of the stuff that may or may not prove useful later.
Which is a tough call for I'm pretty biased towards anything that looks, well, let's just make that anything.
I started off with two boxes, one with the previously mentioned crap(Good Crap, GC), and an empty box(Bad Crap, BC) , where I hoped to put the stuff that I really didn't need:
Then I thought hey! I'm doing this wrong, I should be putting the stuff I want to keep in the empty box so I started to put the Good Crap in the BC box.
Anyways, I started in earnest by scrutinizing each object, rating it on a scale of one to five in usefulness, checking the condition, figuring out where it came from, etc.
Okay, not really.
I just plowed through the boxes tossing this and that into the Good Crap box(the one labeled BC) thinking eventually I'd have an equal amount of crap in each box.
All I really ended up doing was moving crap from one box to the other!
What the hell is wrong with me?
I just can't seem to let go of my crap!
Okay, I did make a box of stuff to take to the co-op.
A small little box:
To be honest, after I took that pic, I moved the adjustable quill over to the Good Crap box.
I just couldn't let it go.
Obviously, this isn't working.
I may need outside help.
Like an intervention.