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Does your garage resemble an abandoned digital graveyard where technology went to die years ago? Can your closet really hold a museum’s worth of obsolete gadgetry that you seem intent on firmly stuffing in it? Wouldn’t that space be better used for something else? It might not be spring where you are, but that doesn’t mean a little seasonal cleaning isn’t justified. It really won’t take any time away from online gambling sports. This isn’t some heavy-handed call for action or preachy piece about environmental responsibility or fiscal restraint. It’s more about opening your drawers than opening your mind. The fact is technology moves so fast and it’s taking up valuable real estate no matter how small it may seem. Yes, those tiny outdated iPods and her predecessors add up fast. It’s time to rethink things at least as far as the future is concerned and not only in the world of online gambling sports.
You might not be able to unleash a lot of stuff, but there is a lesson here. Maybe you should consider selling your unwanted devices while they are still in demand. Nobody wants that clunky cathode ray tube monitor in a sleek LED retina display world, but someone probably did ten years ago. When you get a hot new device, try unloading last year’s model on ebay, in classified ads, or through craigslist or local equivalents. We’re talking about enlightening your wallet and making it heavier with cash. Just think about how that cash could serve you better in your online gambling sports bankroll. Of course, you shouldn’t expect to command several hundred thousand dollars, which was the winning bid on a working original Apple I computer a few months back, but that doesn’t mean those couple of bucks aren’t worth having. If you are after the big cash then try the stock market, oil rigs, diamond mines, lotteries, or online gambling sports.