Craig and his wonderful list

craigslist shopping cartsThe 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...

She's wondering if her hat enthralled him.

"[Y]ou astounded me with your knowledge of 'The Tick'..."

Not sure "candidate for a threesome" is part of the everyday collection at Target. (It's from the Shops at Target. Obviously.)

That must have been some "look and a smile."

Usual: a babysitting jobs. Unusual: it's for nudists.

Well, it's not like she won't be able to remember what he looks like.

Among the phrases probably best not used in this situation: "burning sensation."

Recommended: not spooking the person who's sticking you with a needle.

He was in uniform and helped a dog.

You don't think this could be actually be the same people...

He's looking for another guy so they can cheer each other on -- while trying to pick up women.

He's not flabby, he's "hearty."

Random items available

For sale: a mini golf course in Ballston Spa ($295,000)

For sale: 5 shopping carts ($100)

For sale: 500-gallon water tank, "Are you ready for the zombie apocalypse" ($400)

For sale: vintage wood TV cabinet, without TV ($30)

For sale: a Utica Club tray ($20)

For sale: John Deer tractors from the 1935 and 1944, "both run" ($3200)

For sale: old-school well pump ($50)

For sale: vintage infrared and UV "health" lamp, "a conversation starter" ($350)

For sale: a bear trap ($1800)


photo: Craigslist item "SHOPPING CARTS - USED"

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