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05-03-2015, 09:59 AM   #16
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I won't fall for that - Otis convinced me I may be allergic to peanuts!

But I am enjoying the picture of the camera he sold me. I have it hanging on the wall of my living room.
At $200 I consider it a bargain. Paintings by the great masters for example often sell for several times that...

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QuoteOriginally posted by ChrisPlatt Quote
But I am enjoying the picture of the camera he sold me. I have it hanging on the wall of my living room.
At $200 I consider it a bargain. Paintings by the great masters for example often sell for several times that...
Otis uses you as a reference to "another satisfied customer" in all his ads nowadays. So in effect, you are a co-conspirator with Otis, and I also see he frequently sends you cash through his Paypal account.......is that just because he likes you, or is that payoff money?

On the other hand, the photo was signed by "Otis Squirrel" and someday may have some real value, beyond just peanuts?

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My friends coworker bought this video game system that was popular at Christmas. Said mint box. What you see is what you get. It was an empty box for $200.

Stuff like this warrants vigilante action if they can be tracked down.
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QuoteOriginally posted by condor27596 Quote
My friends coworker bought this video game system that was popular at Christmas. Said mint box. What you see is what you get. It was an empty box for $200.

Stuff like this warrants vigilante action if they can be tracked down.
If you could only return the box... how nice it would be to send back with an angry squirrel inside.

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QuoteOriginally posted by condor27596 Quote
My friends coworker bought this video game system that was popular at Christmas. Said mint box. What you see is what you get. It was an empty box for $200.

Stuff like this warrants vigilante action if they can be tracked down.
Otis sold dozens of these last Christmas! Tracking down a squirrel is near impossible, and tracking down Otis...IS impossible!

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