When I was a freshman at KU in the fall of 1995 I bought an ashtray.

I decided that it was a good time to take up smoking.  I used this ashtray for its intended purpose once, promptly cleaned it, and have never used it since.  For some reason I have a very strong memory attached to this object.  I am currently working on a minimalism project at home (i.e. I am getting rid of all my crap) and brought this to work.  Now, what am I to do with it? My co-worker suggested that I fill it with aspirin, kind of like a candy dish for adults.

I welcome any suggestions.


About Nicholas Wyant

I am the Head of Social Sciences at Indiana University Wells Library. I am responsible for Political Science, Criminal Justice & Social Work. In addition to my subject areas I also study student's interaction with technology. Recently, I have altered my methods from a sociological perspective to an anthropological one.
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