Still more than I need, still stuff I can throw away or recycle. And that includes a stash I found from college. Articles clipped, funny pictures I'd posted on my dorm room door, pictures that weren't funny but I tried adding something to them --
-- like this, which I'll describe but not show: a still from Bram Stoker's Dracula of Anthony Hopkins as Van Helsing carrying the decapitated heads of Dracula's brides, with a word balloon so that Van Helsing says "Dinner's ready" --
-- and random tidbits like written-on toilet paper. Fear not, that's the only way that paper was used. My second roommate my first year at college (Winter Term 1993 only) was a student from Japan named Hiroshi Ogawa. He wrote his name in Japanese symbols followed by English. That was from his last term before returning home. And there's that reminder of him. I remember him other ways.
Still trying to have less. But I'll keep a record of some of what I've had. Which is why I just updated this entry from last August with what I'd actually written on a series of photos from Terminator 2: Judgment Day. (See the bottom of that entry. I think I was reasonably clever, for a kid.)