Loc: Pacific NW, USA
This is well said. I guess most of us here reading this would know better and those that live it never will. Makes me glad I don't have this type of job. I would not be able to do it on a daily basis.<br><br>First, let me say I love my job and i...iscussed...<br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
Gotta love CraigsList.<br><br>I always forget about it, and then when I'm reminded, I go and spend too much time.<br><br>Finally signed up for an account. I have a few items to sell, and I figured that has to be better than the local newspaper. It's free, reaches more people, and I can post pictures.<br><br>
[color:blue]<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>There's nothing wrong with any of my clients that could not have been fixed with money or the presence of at least one caring adult in their lives. But that window has closed, and that loss diminishes us all. <p><hr></blockquote><p></font color=blue><br><br>Wow... that kind of hurts.<br><br>-------<br>Aren't you a little old for post-modern nostalgic irony?
And those kids you churn out: how is it possible? You’re out there breeding like feral cats. What exactly is the attraction of having sex with other meth addicts? You are lacking in the most basic aspects of hygiene, deathly pale, greasy, grey-toothed, twitchy and covered with open sores. How can you be having sex? You make my baby-whoring crack head clients look positively radiant by comparison. <br><br><br><br>
I just sold my racing bicycle on CraigsList, and the whole process was full of really funny coincidences. I listed it on the Miami database, figuring it would be an easier sale if the bike could be picked up instead of shipped. I got a reply from an interested buyer in SoCal who's brother lives 2 miles from my house in Boca. Turns out they grew up in Belmont, MA, where the bike was built. And the buyer lives a few blocks from CycleArts, where the frame was painted! <br><br>
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