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Re: OT--Craigslist??

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Tx Jim

11-27-2013 14:41:56

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Asking a price and getting a price is a totally different thing. Have you ever heard the old saying "a fool is born every day" or "a fool and his money soon part"?

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Chris Jones

11-27-2013 17:27:16

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 Re: OT--Craigslist?? in reply to Tx Jim, 11-27-2013 14:41:56  
I'll second that. There is little way of knowing on Craig's List if an item actually sold and for what. I check the listings for items like mine before I list an item. I know I can not get more for my item than what equal items are listed for but I still run the risk of the situation where everyone is asking too much for their items and even at a few bucks lower than theirs mine will still be just another not selling.

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11-27-2013 16:11:57

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 Re: OT--Craigslist?? in reply to Tx Jim, 11-27-2013 14:41:56  
rrlund I have tons of stuff to sell. Even ice cubes for eskimos lol


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11-28-2013 07:31:37

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 Re: OT--Craigslist?? in reply to Craig2, 11-27-2013 16:11:57  
In case anyone really wants to know, to tell the gender of a turtle, turn it over. Male turtles have a concave bottom shell, females have a flat undershell. The concave shell bottom helps with matting.

Now you know.

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