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Re: Let them rot away

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massey 333

12-05-2012 12:36:28

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After about 2 or 3 of you nosey road runners drop in uninvited,some people get very defensive and turn them into letting it rot(rust) away.Some of you have cheated(robbed)so many older people with your sob stories,that the bad word has gotten around making people more leary of strangers.

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michael price

12-05-2012 15:22:05

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 Re: Let them rot away in reply to massey 333, 12-05-2012 12:36:28  
Masey333, How do they get cheated or robbed, its theirs to sell. If they decide to sell it then they decide the price.

The guy next door got mad at my dad because he never asked him about buying his grape vineyard. My dad didn't ask about buying it because it wasn't for sale. Some other farmer knew he didn't have a buyer and offered to buy the vineyard. Had my dad asked then it would be a different story.

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12-06-2012 06:24:07

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 Re: Let them rot away in reply to michael price, 12-05-2012 15:22:05  
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Older folks aren't always thinking clearly. Not trying to offend anyone, it's a fact. Medication, health problems, residual effects from past medical procedures... It all affects the brain.

My late great aunt sold her brothers' tractors to some huckster for scrap price many years ago. These tractors were meticulously cared for, never sat outside a night in their lives. My dad had a standing offer for TWICE what the huckster paid her for all three tractors, on just one of the tractors.

She couldn't bear to part with her dear brothers' tractors, yet this huckster managed to talk her out of all three.

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massey 333

12-06-2012 05:51:50

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 Re: Let them rot away in reply to michael price, 12-05-2012 15:22:05  
A lot of older people don't a clue what some of these things are worth and a slick person will tell them it isn't worth much and they are more then willing to take it off their hands.Local law has been warning older people about these huckters running the roads.Same as the old southern painter crews style.

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