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Note: I wrote this news story really late one night about a month ago with the intention of posting it the following morning, then I simply forgot about it. So, I’m running it now, even though the Craigslist ad is over a month old. It’s still live, however.
Nothing says “I’m a proud Delta Upsilon alumnus” like tossing your composite into a pile of crap out on your front lawn and slapping a “FREE SHIT” sign on it, and that’s exactly what the resident (possibly now ex-resident) of 1046 E. 20th Avenue in Eugene, Oregon did. Joining the composite out on the lawn is some other pretty awesome crap up for grabs.
Free cork board, couch, humidifier, lot of printers, chairs, lamps, grill, window shades, ect. desk, chairs, roller blades, vacuum just added to pile! more will be added soon! [also available: one bottom tier fraternity composite]
First come first serve
How’s fall rush shaping up this year, guys? Just killing it, I presume.
Thanks for the second camera angle there, man. I wasn’t sold on that Christmas tree stand until I saw it again from 30 degrees over to the right. Quite the salesman. If I were in the area, I’d probably swing by and snatch it up, along with that TV and the roller blades before someone else was able to swoop in and poach all the good stuff. I’m also hoping that black thing in front of the composite is a VCR. With all that merch plus the crock pot there, we’re talking party of the century.
Truth be told, this chapter shut down in 1972, according to DU’s website. This composite may be one of the final existing artifacts from this chapter, and as of one month ago, it was sitting out on some asshole’s lawn along with a cork board and a television from 1989. The Alumni Board, I’m sure a real proud group, was allowed to hold onto their charter, making recolonization possible.