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Re: Here is how I act at sales!!!

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01-03-2013 07:21:47

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You want to know what would happen if I told somebody that those parts went with something else? The owner would be some cocky pr!ck who would act like he knew everything and didn't need my help. Plain and simple. So if he or the auctioneer don't know what they're doing,no skin off my nose,I'm keeping my mouth shut and not gonna try to be the smartest guy in the room.

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01-03-2013 11:03:24

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 Re: Here is how I act at sales!!! in reply to rrlund, 01-03-2013 07:21:47  
was exactly in that same boat last summer. bidding on a old buzz saw. i really didnt want it too bad, but i thought someone might so i bid it up to $50. Another fellow bid sixty and bought it. Laying in another pile was the other half of it,since i was bidding on both piles i didnt say anything at first. but when i didnt win the first i asked the fellow if he knew what he had bought so he could get the rest of it. I got a smart alek answer that it wasnt his first rodeo and the crowd laughed. I bought the second pile for less than scrap price,made sure he knew in front of everyone i now owned half his machine, and that it wasnt for sale, and loaded it up. i got scrap ,he got scrap, he could have had a working machine if he hadnt been a idiot about it. Would have gladly gave it to him.

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