Have you ever wanted to buy 68 Belkin power strips that once belonged to Twitter? Well, first, I would say that you have some pretty specific tastes, but guess what? You’re lucky.

Twitter, under the excellent leadership of maverick/boygenius Elon Musk, is selling assets from its San Francisco headquarters. It’s a wild collection of strange and mundane objects, including that big pile of power strips.

As of this writing, there are only a few hours left in the Heritage Global Partners online auction, so please read carefully and place your bids while you can. The variety of things to buy was quite interesting, considering that tech giants have long made sure they have well-stocked offices with food, spirits, coffee, and stylish furniture. There’s Twitter’s neon bird with a current bid of over $35,000. There are six faux leather chairs that somehow got a $1,000 offer. A @escultura for $12,000. A single Eames chair for $1,400. Or, a personal favorite, the Industrial Food Smoker for $700.

The sale comes amid financial troubles for Twitter, which has struggled under Musk’s unpredictable leadership. The company reportedly has a massive interest bill coming due, which could explain the myriad of cost-cutting measures employed by Musk, including this sort of garage sale, laying off half the staff and, apparently, refuse to pay rent.

The deals on these used Twitter items seem pretty ridiculous so far; In some cases, people are paying more for used items than new ones would cost. So maybe this is a big step forward for Musk as he tries to keep his new toy afloat. If you want to contribute, feel free to bid. And if someone wants to buy me a smoker… I’m all ears.