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PostPosted: Thu May 28, 2015 7:20 pm 
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4 burner stainless steel kenmore grill
lazy boy rocking recliner
black n decker mini fridge (for garage alcohol)

$120 for everything total :P

all in great shape too. amazing how people just like brand new things. i guess if you can afford it... madison is a goldmine for craigslist deals.

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Also, it's easy to get rooftop blowjobs from craigslist

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 Post subject: Re: craigslist
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[quote="IkeSouth"]4 burner stainless steel kenmore grill
lazy boy rocking recliner
black n decker mini fridge (for garage alcohol)

$120 for everything total :P

Just sold 2 base caabinets $50
3 File Cabinets $50
Tile Saw $50
Bunch of Tile $40

cash is great, but I dont need to find a place to throw it out now!!!!!!!!! YEAH!

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 Post subject: Re: craigslist
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yup i do understand people just wanting to get rid of shit but feeling bad just throwing it in the dump... the $50 grill was a steal, they go for $400 at sears brand new. the guy just didnt want to clean it i guess

even the lazyboy... no tears and it doesnt have a funk smell to it, its in fantastic shape. $50

and the fridge is a $100 black and decker at walmart... $20. its in like new condition, the compressor in back is spotless... the guy said he bought it and never used it so he just wanted to get rid of it.

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IkeSouth wrote:
4 burner stainless steel kenmore grill
lazy boy rocking recliner
black n decker mini fridge (for garage alcohol)

$120 for everything total :P

all in great shape too. amazing how people just like brand new things. i guess if you can afford it... madison is a goldmine for craigslist deals.




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I bought a piece of equipment on craigslist in February for $700 and flipped it two days later for $2K.

You can make a living off of it if you have the time and knowledge.

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I bought a piece of equipment on craigslist in February for $700 and flipped it two days later for $2K.

You can make a living off of it if you have the time and knowledge.

By equipment... you mean...
you're in the sex trade!

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 Post subject: Re: craigslist
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I bought a piece of equipment on craigslist in February for $700 and flipped it two days later for $2K.

You can make a living off of it if you have the time and knowledge.


I know somebody who does just that. It's his full time job so he has the time. Buys and flips shit on craiglist and Ebay. The key is storage space. Which is his entire garage and basement. He has a primary product. I forget what it was. I think maybe medical supplies.

When you're talking Ebay, you have an international market.


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Beardown wrote:
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I bought a piece of equipment on craigslist in February for $700 and flipped it two days later for $2K.

You can make a living off of it if you have the time and knowledge.


I know somebody who does just that. It's his full time job so he has the time. Buys and flips shit on craiglist and Ebay. The key is storage space. Which is his entire garage and basement. He has a primary product. I forget what it was. I think maybe medical supplies.

When you're talking Ebay, you have an international market.


You are right Hawg. Storage space and transportation costs can be a killer.

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 Post subject: Re: craigslist
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Seacrest wrote:
Beardown wrote:
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I bought a piece of equipment on craigslist in February for $700 and flipped it two days later for $2K.

You can make a living off of it if you have the time and knowledge.


I know somebody who does just that. It's his full time job so he has the time. Buys and flips shit on craiglist and Ebay. The key is storage space. Which is his entire garage and basement. He has a primary product. I forget what it was. I think maybe medical supplies.

When you're talking Ebay, you have an international market.


You are right Hawg. Storage space and transportation costs can be a killer.


So now people think I'm Hawg? When did that start?


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We have sold a lot of stuff on Craigslist and most of it on the same day. Beats the hell out of having a garage sale.


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Beardown wrote:
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Beardown wrote:
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I bought a piece of equipment on craigslist in February for $700 and flipped it two days later for $2K.

You can make a living off of it if you have the time and knowledge.


I know somebody who does just that. It's his full time job so he has the time. Buys and flips shit on craiglist and Ebay. The key is storage space. Which is his entire garage and basement. He has a primary product. I forget what it was. I think maybe medical supplies.

When you're talking Ebay, you have an international market.


You are right Hawg. Storage space and transportation costs can be a killer.


So now people think I'm Hawg? When did that start?


:lol: :lol:

Sorry Beardown. You are correct as well.

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 Post subject: Re: craigslist
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Beardown wrote:
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I bought a piece of equipment on craigslist in February for $700 and flipped it two days later for $2K.

You can make a living off of it if you have the time and knowledge.


I know somebody who does just that. It's his full time job so he has the time. Buys and flips shit on craiglist and Ebay. The key is storage space. Which is his entire garage and basement. He has a primary product. I forget what it was. I think maybe medical supplies.

When you're talking Ebay, you have an international market.


You are right Hawg. Storage space and transportation costs can be a killer.


So now people think I'm Hawg? When did that start?

:lol:


You should just kill yourself now.

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 Post subject: Re: craigslist
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you got a lot of morons on Craigslist too. I used to surf their camera stuff quite a bit and never found anything of interest that was fairly priced. garbage mostly. same $4000 Leica on there for months on end.


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Sold 2 ratty wicker patio chairs for $75 on Craigslist. Two women drove down from Kenosha to get them. I was shocked I got anything for them.

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 Post subject: Re: craigslist
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well the good part about madison craigslist is also the bad part if youre selling. nobody wants used shit, and the people that do wont pay shit for it

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IkeSouth wrote:
4 burner stainless steel kenmore grill
lazy boy rocking recliner
black n decker mini fridge (for garage alcohol)

$120 for everything total :P

all in great shape too. amazing how people just like brand new things. i guess if you can afford it... madison is a goldmine for craigslist deals.


enjoy your seaman stained couch

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Storage space and transportation costs can be a killer.


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IkeSouth wrote:
4 burner stainless steel kenmore grill
lazy boy rocking recliner
black n decker mini fridge (for garage alcohol)

$120 for everything total :P

all in great shape too. amazing how people just like brand new things. i guess if you can afford it... madison is a goldmine for craigslist deals.


enjoy your seaman stained couch


Ike may have to buy a black light on Craigslist.

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semen only lives for a few hours outside the body

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Storage space and transportation costs can be a killer.


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IkeSouth wrote:
semen only lives for a few hours outside the body


Hooray, you won't get pregnant when the dried flakes interact with your body.

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Beardown wrote:
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I bought a piece of equipment on craigslist in February for $700 and flipped it two days later for $2K.

You can make a living off of it if you have the time and knowledge.


I know somebody who does just that. It's his full time job so he has the time. Buys and flips shit on craiglist and Ebay. The key is storage space. Which is his entire garage and basement. He has a primary product. I forget what it was. I think maybe medical supplies.

When you're talking Ebay, you have an international market.


that seems like way more work than its worth... making a living selling shit on ebay is not for the faint of heart


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Seacrest wrote:
I bought a piece of equipment on craigslist in February for $700 and flipped it two days later for $2K.

You can make a living off of it if you have the time and knowledge.


I know somebody who does just that. It's his full time job so he has the time. Buys and flips shit on craiglist and Ebay. The key is storage space. Which is his entire garage and basement. He has a primary product. I forget what it was. I think maybe medical supplies.

When you're talking Ebay, you have an international market.


that seems like way more work than its worth... making a living selling shit on ebay is not for the faint of heart


very true. its a great way to make side cash.. but to make $750+ a week you really have to be hustling and get lucky a few times a month...

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just snagged an echo gas blower for $75, sucker is NICE

came with a box of parts too. second time i pulled it the cord broke, but had a new recoil in the box. 2min later i was back in business. its surprisingly quiet for what it does. no more 200ft cord that draws down the amps so much the little electric thing i had barely did shit

goin broke though. gotta stop buying shit. i need a router though

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