Craig and his wonderful list

craigslist carved gorilla headThe 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...

The sun and stars have a thing for stocks -- or coffee, lingerie, and Big Macs.

Well, that's very... forward.

And look at you, having a slice of voyeurism with your morning coffee.

"You had something hanging from the collar of your sweater." Please let it be deli meat.

She didn't let a date stop her from grabbing him.

He fell into her eyes like a meteorite. Or maybe that guy who jumped out of a balloon in the upper atmosphere.

Yes, while you're at it, could you please provide time and dates for all your unsavory conduct. With photo ID.

He's hoping she was looking because she liked him, not because he was on a cringe-moment date.

Wanted: female best friend, must be prompt.

Wanted: female dart thrower, must be able to commit.

How long can one guy survive on Max London's, coffee, and free internet?

The good news: your lost iPad still turns on. The bad news: people have been driving over it in the roundabout in Slingerlands.

And apparently the lost pet fox in Troy is named "Cricket."

Random items available

For trade: a carved gorilla head

For sale: a beautiful hammered copper sink, new ($475)

For sale: a steer horn gun rack ($40)

For sale: vintage 1954 trailer camper ($800)

For sale: an assortment of vintage bottle stoppers (make offer)

For sale: restored 1908 wood cook stove, "get off the grid in style" ($4,200)

photo: Craigslist item "carved gorilla head in and out"

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