You have anything sitting around the house collecting dust and every time you walk by you wonder..."How do I get rid of that?"

Okay, now I'm not talking about old clothes, or "good junk" or just normal trash that you'd just toss out like it's well...just trash. I'm talking about those things just sitting around the house or even your garage that are actually mini-quizzes.

Yep...Mini-quizzes. I don't know if that's a real thing or not but that just came to me. Things that just sit there like mini-quizzes are old cellphones, old computers, paint cans, insecticides, cable and satellite TV receivers and more.

And why do I say they are mini-quizzes? Well if you're like me you see them around and you think..."I need to toss that out, but what is the best way to do that?" I mean you're talking about parts and batteries and paint and insecticides and other stuff that you aren't supposed to just take out to the street to go out with the trash because it's harmful to the environment and people, too. Plus, if you're like me you don't want to sneak and toss this stuff out because as my luck goes, the last half a million guys threw this stuff out in the trash and got away with it.

Not me. I'm always...invariably...eternally guy half a million...and one. I am always the dude that gets caught. So I'm always looking to not get caught. By doing things the right way of course.

So here's some good news for you if you have mini-quizzes of the electronic kind you want to get rid of. According to the City of East Lansing Facebook page, the Regional Electronics Recycling Day is happening this Saturday at Chippewa Middle School from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. It's a great chance for you to get rid of those TVs, computers, monitors, cables and more.

Get more info on how to make your unwanted electronics disappear from the City of East Lansing Facebook page.

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