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So far in the pass three years, I have had three people knock on my door wanting to buy a lot I have.
Now there is this lady trespassing on the lot that lives near by in the basement of the in-laws. If they live with the in-laws, they probably don't any financial standing.
And what if they are approached by a bear. Am I responsible for cleaning up the bear shit.
That's a big ol boy.
Just tell her to wear little bells, that way after he eats her you'll know when you find the bells in the shit that he leaves...
Sure it’s for sale. 23.9 million dollars, and it’s yours.
Just say "What's your offer?" and whatever they say just pump your thumb up to imply "Higher, higher!" Keep doing it until they get frustrated.
Nah, that's a bad idea as it implies you may be interested in selling at the right price. OK, how about airsoft guy's shotgun speech instead?
“The real rulers in Washington are invisible, and exercise power from behind the scenes.”
- Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter
Well once in a while this tactic works and if that's the lot I can see why because it is beautiful, at least in June!.
Thankfully would be buyers aren't pounding on my door, I do get "we have buyers for your property" letters from realtors pretty frequently like everyone else.
No car is as much fun to drive, as any motorcycle is to ride.
I get 3 to 4 "offers" per week. They are fronts for Chinese "investors". Many have the name of the chinese investor as signatory on the letter. I refer to them as offers to give away my land. China is trying to buy up all the land in USA.
No. No way. ...Cold dead hands...
Cheers, Doug in Colorado
NRA Endowment Life Member
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