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Old     (grant_west)      Join Date: Jun 2005       04-09-2020, 8:55 AM Reply   
I just wanted to share a story. I have some AGM battery’s I’m selling on C-list. I’m getting lots of people asking about them wanting to buy them, I’m selling them super cheep & just want them
Gone. Well this brings out all sorts of whack a doos. This time it seems to be the El Cheepo Home Solar Dudes. Well one guy asks if I’m interested in a trade. I say sure what do you got. This $hit bag wants to trade a Box of N95 masks (35 quality)for $200 In battery’s. I buy N95s all the time by the case for work. Normal everyday price for normal people @ (Finish Master) is around $1 a piece. I just double checked today to make sure . This $hit bag Craig’s list dousche some how thinks his masks are worth “6 Times” the normal N95 price during This time. I hope people like this are remembered & karma comes knocking
Old     (denverd1)      Join Date: May 2004       04-16-2020, 3:58 AM Reply   
will you take a 10 pack of 2 ply toilet paper? It's 2 ply, so you know it's good. Was a 12 pack, I used 2 rolls.

Don't try to lowball me bro, I know what I've got
Old     (grant_west)      Join Date: Jun 2005       04-17-2020, 2:24 AM Reply   
https://youtu.be/j0IOQ9oLpjA
Old     (dougr)      Join Date: Dec 2009       04-17-2020, 12:41 PM Reply   
He is probably also driving a BMW or Escalade in all of the videos showing mile long food bank nightmares. People are waiting in line, look, all the cars are 50k 70k etc etc. Its been one month, people are funny, crazy, and scary all at the same time. 100k car, is loading up on the free food. What has happened to personal responsibility?
Old     (shawndoggy)      Join Date: Nov 2009       04-18-2020, 3:45 AM Reply   
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He is probably also driving a BMW or Escalade in all of the videos showing mile long food bank nightmares. People are waiting in line, look, all the cars are 50k 70k etc etc. Its been one month, people are funny, crazy, and scary all at the same time. 100k car, is loading up on the free food. What has happened to personal responsibility?
Prolly living paycheck to paycheck and paying for the escalade on a 98 month loan. Just like all the bawlers on here with their $150k boats.

(I think the same thing when I see people with nicer cars than me, but I figure they probably have zero equity or are upside down and that's what they have to get around in... "selling" probably isn't an option, just giving it back to the bank)
Old     (dougr)      Join Date: Dec 2009       04-18-2020, 6:14 AM Reply   
I have the boat, the cars etc, but have paid for them, and or have put our family in a safe position to be able to dump them if needed. That was in the past, but now i see people way over their skis. living high on the hog, and cant make a month without free food? i am not judging, but really feel bad for folks. I def think this will change the landscape of america after this **** storm ends.
Old     (jonblarc7)      Join Date: Jul 2006       04-23-2020, 7:41 AM Reply   
I love seeing youtubers that always have a really nice car.

Well they pull out of a garage at their house that I wouldn't want to buy to rent to other people.

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