The 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...
It's like something from junior high.
"[Y]ou could be my Steve Jobs" -- with "benefits."
Jump on the karate bachelorette party trend before it's played out.
Her move to sit next to the hot guy on the train was blocked by another woman.
"I was the male with orange and blue painted nails..." Well, that could be anyone.
"I was the guy with the green shirt, the bulging eyes and the rapid breathing."
Not something you usually read on Craigslist: "Beyond all the typical things that make a woman beautiful, let me add that my most favorite external feature was your nose."
Just another meet cute while bow hunting.
Sometimes it's better to not be invited.
Stolen: a chainsaw.
Lost: a lamp.
Random items available
For sale: an old wooden canoe ($900)
For sale: a Hudson River ice saw ($400)
For sale: vintage "hand slicer," presumably not for slicing hands -- but you never know ($9000)
For sale: a pizza shop in Scotia ($49,000)
For sale: Civil War Confederate re-enacting supplies ($50)
For sale: a set of dollhouse furniture, "only used by a Saratoga/Wilton area miniature collector, no kids" ($125)
photo: Craigslist item "Group of NICE Victorian Dollhouse Furniture"
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