“We’ve seen quite a few people with their massive TV tubes the last couple of days,” said Surplus Exchange executive director Bob Akers, who was surrounded by pallets of discarded electronics last week. <252><252>
“We’ve seen quite a few people with their massive TV tubes the last couple of days,” said Surplus Exchange executive director Bob Akers, who was surrounded by pallets of discarded electronics last week. <252><252> JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
“We’ve seen quite a few people with their massive TV tubes the last couple of days,” said Surplus Exchange executive director Bob Akers, who was surrounded by pallets of discarded electronics last week. <252><252> JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

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