A trip to the command line. Since its UNIX at it's core I know I can rm such things without damage.
I have been peering into the depths of my MBP, and have found numerous things. For instance, Console has numerous logs with things on it that the CPU must have initiated for I have no knowledge of it. I know how to delete the console.log files but I do not know how to clean up the system logs.
Plus, if I delete the logs, it says no logs have been created and none come up. But of course, I never mess with it so I don't know how it works. I just want to clean all of it out since the internal contents of my Mac have gotten quite unorganized. Anyone know how?