Craig and his wonderful list

craigslist vintage adding machineThe 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...

Sadly, even though locked away in her room by her wicked mother, she didn't let her hair down from the window.

So, wait, they were a successful missed connection once -- and now a missed connection again? Whoah, that's full missed connection... double missed connection... ohmygod.

He wants to lose his virginity to Mrs. Robinson.

Apparently this guy has never heard of cosmetology school.

He's looking for a wingwoman.

He saw her singing in the ESP concourse.

Well that was very forward of the Home Depot cashier.

It would seem he was more attractive than the new iPhone.

This is why it's good you can't hear what people are thinking when you're working in UG.

The hottest guy she's ever seen was at Gore Mountain. Maybe it was ski goggles.

To know the whole story, we really need to Victor and Logan's version of the events.

They're trying find a mother.

Apparently he didn't find the guy with a van creepy.

He says he was mugged by gastrothugs.

Random items available

For sale: a 1979 Dutch moped ($400)

For sale: a vintage adding machine ($35)

For sale: early 20th century postcard projector, "used to project postcards on a wall or screen for all to view" ($115)

For sale: three slot machines ($500)

For sale: a 200-year-old house in Cambridge ($10,000)

For sale: a classic straw hat ($8)

For sale: two very cute pygmy goats, need "attention and room to jump and play" ($150)

photo: Craigslist item "Vintage Adding Machine"

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