Oct 242014
 
 Posted by on October 24, 2014

Asian decorator of taffeta material; l=14″, w=5¼”, top opens; $8

Fur-lined and fur-cuffed genuine leather gloves, dark brown, small; $40

ARIS opera long gloves, dark brown, small; $8

Corolla hubcaps, used in good condition, suitable for 2005-2008, 15” with 6 spokes, 3 available; $10

E-mail Marjorie Nieh at prempro02@yahoo.com.

Oct 232014
 
 Posted by on October 23, 2014

We have fish!

Our orange sword tail momma is a fertile Myrtle and the conditions in the tank are perfect. We started with her and two males, and now have enough little ones that it’s time to let them go to a good tank.

Let me know if you’d like some fish and I can bring them to work. Contact me at m.ortiz@hvcc.edu or 629-7787.

Oct 222014
 
 Posted by on October 22, 2014

Tan/off-white with greenish-blue stripes. The couch is by Clayton Marcus, gently used and comes from a smoke-free, clean home.  Recently steam-cleaned. No tears or claw marks. Purchased used, asking $75.

Contact: t.hicks@hvcc.edu

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Oct 222014
 
 Posted by on October 22, 2014
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7 pairs Arizona jeans size 34 x 36; best offer

3 pair tactical pants, 2 black, 1 camouflage, waist size 35 to 39, inseam 29 1/2 to 32 1/2 ; $7 ea

1 pair camouflage cargo pants, size 34 x 34; $7

1 pair of Muleskin camouflage coveralls, size medium; $30 (picture attached)

1 pair Shift Recon riding pants, size 34; $40 (picture attached)

05′ Honda Trx 450R parts

Stock carburetor

Stock swingarm

Red CV4 radiator hoses

HRC Lid

Nerf Bars (fits stock pegs)

Teixeira Tech sprocket guard (stock size)

Left front fender

Weisco 11.5:1 compression piston stock bore

Stock cylinder

Complete rear brake setup with braided line

Airbox with houser lift kit

Stator with cover (have 2)

Please contact Carlene at c.sheehan@hvcc.edu or call 7289.

Oct 202014
 
 Posted by on October 20, 2014

HP 3150 All-in-One Print, Scan, Copy. Includes cables, software, two new HP color and one black (recycled) cartridges, plus the ones still in the printer. Works great!

$50

Contact Sue at s.kutryb@hvcc.edu.

Oct 202014
 
 Posted by on October 20, 2014

Bat Fairy: size 4-6; 1 piece dress, 1 pair of wings, 1 headband, 1 pr. gloves, 1 pair tights)

Dazzled Blue Crayon: fits up to size 12; includes tank dress & hat

Kandy Korn Witch: size 4-6; includes dress & hat

$10 each

Contact b.cootware@hvcc.edu.

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Oct 142014
 
 Posted by on October 14, 2014

Every once in a while there are innovations that propel mankind inevitably forward. Thomas Edison’s company in 1882 began electricity transmission to under 100 customers and 400 light bulbs. Today most of the world is electrified and humans get perturbed when they can’t check Facebook at the top of Overlook Mountain. 1908 saw Henry Ford and his model T. In less than 20 years he had produced 15 million cars. Today, in Iceland there are more than 740 cars for every 1,000 people. There are numerous examples of historical figures and their (what I posit are) incremental advancements.

What I am offering here is not merely an invention or a small step forward. Not merely a means to end. This is a device (if one can call it that) that has, and will again, propel our species to another level. I’m talking Australopithecus to Homo Sapiens here. What’s next in the evolutionary scale, I don’t know. But by bringing this device home you will be blessed with the opportunity to find out.

What I do know is that this sounds unbelievable, inconceivable, extraordinary and clearly the ramblings of a deranged mind. I assure you friend, I am completely on the level and I have undeniable evidence.

In the year 1968, a historical document was released in the guise of a science fiction movie. The name, 2001: A Space Odyssey. Through this medium, the world was introduced to the “Monolith.” The movie told of the existence of many of these structures. They had unbelievable power and literally catapulted the human race to a knowledge it had never before possessed. Yes, the movie was a fiction, but I have proof that it is nothing more than historical fiction. The events may be fictionalized, but they are based in truth. For, my friend, I am in the possession of one of these Monoliths.

A few years ago my sons were passing a soccer between the two of them. As inevitably happens when two children with limited soccer skills pass a ball between the two of them, the ball took a wrong turn. It wound up in a wooded area behind our home. When I went to look for the ball in amongst the woods, I brushed up to this immense blackness. No light escaped it and it simply could not be ignored. With the help of my sons, we brought the item into the house (what would you do?).

I had no idea what it was. It just sat there in the family room. It’s magnetism was so undeniable that we just could not rid it of our consciousness. So there it sat, in the living room doing nothing but giving off a low level hum. Well, by chance, it just so happened that  I was in need of somewhere to place some recently acquired audio equipment. I was able to attach 6 shelves to the item (I will not divulge the arduous process this entailed) and voila, I had a rack. An incredible side effect is that the item powered all my equipment without plugging anything in. (Results will vary.)

Well, as it happens in many other families, it has come time to rid our house of some older things to make way for newer. So I am offering this incredible item to whomever wishes to attain a new level of existence, or store some audio or video components. It pains me to no end to bid this item a farewell, but it is time. We are also tired of our children being granted evolutionary advances. Do you have ANY idea how difficult it is to get your kids to bed when all they want to do is fly around the house??

Item: Monolith a.k.a StudioTech U60
Purpose: Advance Mankind or hold up to 300lbs of equipment
Shelves: 6 adjustable
Dimensions: 200 lbs, 24”x24”x61.5”
Color: The deepest light engulfing black you could ever imagine
Price: $650 FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HUMAN KIND!!

Thanks.

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Oct 132014
 
 Posted by on October 13, 2014

The Happie Place Boutique at Lyndie’s Gallery is now open!

Featuring local & hand-crafted merchandise: children’s apparel and accessories, all-natural beauty products, home decor and furniture, artist prints, cards, candles, jewelery, scarves, wraps, hats, handmade chocolates, teas, and much more!

Opened Tuesday – Sunday
85 Troy Road, East Greenbush

 

Oct 132014
 
 Posted by on October 13, 2014

CASIO WK-3000 Professional Series 76-key digital recording studio style keyboard with stand, lightly used.  $325.

Call 222-5768.

Oct 082014
 
 Posted by on October 8, 2014

Spiderman costume — jumpsuit w/mask, size 7/8; $8

WWE costume — coat, sleevelets, pants w/ attached boot tops and mask, size 12-14; $10

Star Wars Clone Trooper costume — jumpsuit and mask, size 12-14 (says for age 8 – 10); $10

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Oct 062014
 
 Posted by on October 6, 2014

I have four (4) bed risers and one (1) full-size egg crate foam topper.
Asking $7 for the 4 risers and $10 for the topper, or $15 for all.

Contact me at s.grayson@hvcc.edu or 629-7555.

Oct 062014
 
 Posted by on October 6, 2014

Includes desk, chair and storage cubby all in matching camo pattern. Also has small, sliding, secret compartment located under the front lip of the desk. In very good to excellent condition; $40 $30!
Approximate measurements
Desk: 31 inches wide, 20 inches deep, 27 inches high
Chair: 13 inches wide, 14 inches long, 25 inches high
Storage cubby: 17 inches wide, 12 inches deep, 18 inches high

If interested, please contact Jay Deitchman at 629-7567.

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Oct 062014
 
 Posted by on October 6, 2014

HP C5500 All-In-One Printer, Copier, Scanner.  Prints 4 x 6 color photos, 8.5 x 11 paper and can also scan to SD-XD card and receive photos from camera cards.  Uses HP 74, 75 series cartridges (not included) and can be linked to computer network via USB cable (not included) or USB Bluetooth antenna (not included).  Asking $25.  Contact John Coffey by campus email at j.coffey@hvcc.edu for more information.

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Oct 012014
 
 Posted by on October 1, 2014

The  Doornails — featuring Ted Hennessy (harmonica), Mike McMann (guitar/vocals), and Gene Lemme, (upright bass) and covering Blues, Americana and Rock — will perform at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3 at Smith’s Tavern, located at 171 Remsen Street, Cohoes.

Oct 012014
 
 Posted by on October 1, 2014

Art Saves Animals, the 10th annual reception and art auction to benefit the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 15 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at The Arts Center of the Capital Region, 265 River St. in downtown Troy.

The centerpiece of the event is a silent auction of artwork and handcrafted items donated by national, regional and local artists.

Please click here for more details.

Sep 302014
 
 Posted by on September 30, 2014

My daughter is looking for a roommate.

Below are the details:

Young professional looking for a female roommate. The apartment will be available Dec. 1, 2014 in an apartment complex in Albany (10 minutes from Albany Medical Center, 10 minutes from Delmar and a five-minute drive to 85/90). Quiet apartment complex, away from college life.

Looking to split rent, utilities and WiFi. Rent is $450.

Thanks  Maria  338-5770 (texts preferred)

Sep 302014
 
 Posted by on September 30, 2014

One and all are welcome to visit Queen Mab’s Enchanted City, an innovative family-focused event in downtown Troy on Saturday, Oct. 4. The festive and fun-filled endeavor will celebrate Troy’s history and the characters it is comprised of, as well as inspire faire goers to revisit the district of lower River Street.

Complete details about the event that will include performances, audience participation, food and more can be found at http://queenmabsenchantedcity.com. Admission is free to all.

 

 

Sep 292014
 
 Posted by on September 29, 2014

I have four (4)  tickets for Great Escape/Fright Fest that are good until early November. I am willing to sell them for $20 each; the cost at the gate is $55 each. I believe that parking is included with them as well.

If you are interested, please contact me at 629-4579 or j.panzanaro@hvcc.edu.