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Old 06-22-2010, 05:13 PM   #41
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[quote=paulie;957574]Carpetbagger.

What ya goin to do when we sell Detroit to Canada?

By the way 100k for 10 is waaaay too much but bring on the Cal. $, were not proud just poor.[/quot





I thought you could buy all of Detroit for 100K.
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Old 06-23-2010, 05:54 AM   #42
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Why would you buy in Detroit when all the suburbs are as cheap
The house down the street from me sold for $9k and my house use to be valued at $150k is now worth $20k Thanks Bank of America
Houses are selling for $9,000 to $30,000k in my City
Well I sold two of my ladder 40' and 38' for $500 I haven't used them in years so it was good to see those heavy mothers go!
I got some Clown who calls me from Home Cheapo asking me why I am asking so much money for a 28' Heavy Duty Commerical Ladder($275) when he can get one at Home Cheapo for $288 Brand New, Well I said maybe cause those ladders are for Weekend warriors not contractors they have a 225lbs rating, my ladders have a 375lbs rating Bone head
This jackwad is more then likely one of the Idiots who charges $99 with paint to paint a 12'x 12' room
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Old 06-23-2010, 02:34 PM   #43
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Why would you buy in Detroit when all the suburbs are as cheap
The house down the street from me sold for $9k and my house use to be valued at $150k is now worth $20k Thanks Bank of America
Houses are selling for $9,000 to $30,000k in my City
Well I sold two of my ladder 40' and 38' for $500 I haven't used them in years so it was good to see those heavy mothers go!
I got some Clown who calls me from Home Cheapo asking me why I am asking so much money for a 28' Heavy Duty Commerical Ladder($275) when he can get one at Home Cheapo for $288 Brand New, Well I said maybe cause those ladders are for Weekend warriors not contractors they have a 225lbs rating, my ladders have a 375lbs rating Bone head
This jackwad is more then likely one of the Idiots who charges $99 with paint to paint a 12'x 12' room
I agree here -- the property values have hay wired in many USA cities --- NOT LA .... still in high profit margins.......... you can get top buck 4 your ladders bro ....post it on craigslist ... it will selll .... best luck.... peace ..
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Hey those wrere moulds right? these are too smelly. You are doing great job. many of people are facing this problem.




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