Even more oddities found during my last move:
1. Business card. Unlike how most business cards are just picked up off a table or something, this was actually given to me by the guy named on the card. I remember being at Ryles Jazz Club, probably seeing Niacin (and boy, I wish they would update that site. Ditto for Billy Sheehan's.) I got to share a table with 3 forty-something adults, two guys and a gal. We were talking and it turned out that one of the guys was a drummer. He gave me his card. I think I only talked to him once or twice through the email, and basically I wasn't ready to jump into another band at that time. Now wasn't that a great story? There, now you know.
2. UPC stickers. I think these were peeled from IBC rootbeer bottles. The only time I remember needing rootbeer product UPCs for anything was about 20 years ago, to send away for Barq's Metal Bites cassette compilation. And that was Barq's, not IBC. I'm guessing I was saving these so that I could stick them on a can or bottle that I normally couldn't recycle on one of those can recycling machines. So I'd get a whopping dime out of the deal. I suppose I could try illegally printing them up and sticking them on other cans, but when you consider how much printer ink costs it would probably work out to be not much better.
3. Strange Wingdings font selection. Here's another item that had my memory gears turning. I tink I do vaguely remember what it was. I saw all of these keystrokes from the Wingdings font somewhere, either on a sign or a web site. This was at one of my previous jobs. I thought that maybe it was a code for something, like for example a few words that would look normal in a typical font, but of course would just look like a bunch of symbols in Wingdings. So I "translated" it, and...it still didn't mean anything. And thus there's really no reason to keep this thing.