Craig and his wonderful list

craigslist camp for saleThe good thing about Craigslist: It's a window into our fellow community members' wants, needs and aspirations. The bad thing about Craigslist: It's a window into our fellow community members' wants, needs and aspirations.

Good or bad, we'll let you decide...

Clad in a tube top and short skirt, he found her rather arresting. And arrested.

Perhaps he figures this is his breast chance of getting to second base.

When you start faking your snoring, you know that you have a deep tangle of issues that require help.

This doctor is looking for a little something Asian. Or maybe just an Asian.

The hot accessory for women this season: a hard hat.

The chicken man stole his heart in the mud.

Who knew fuel cells were so hot?

Wait, she forgot where she parked but you're hoping she remembers you?

Unfortunately, Craigslist personals don't have a rebound section.

A cub seeks his cougar.

Thank goodness it's now illegal to text while driving -- it was really cutting into people's ability to focus on flirting.

And his tattoos back there? QWERTY UIOP. (Obviously fake, but a good effort.)

Surprise! There were cameras in that lobby.

Reward for the return of a stolen bike: rainbow cupcakes.

This person's lost camera is worth their first born on a cranky day.

So "entertain" is the word they're using now for ladies hired for a bachelor party bus? Yep. OK.

Random items available

For rent: that restaurant across from the train station in Rensselaer

For sale: a touchless paper towel dispenser ($20)

For free: 9 male alpacas (free to a good home)

For sale: one rooster too many ($1)

For sale: a "huge" bag of cassette tapes ($30)

For sale: a camp on Pine Lake in the Adirondacks ($7,700)

photo: Craigslist item Camp, Price Reduced, Summer in the Southern Adirondacks

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