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Old 12-05-2012, 08:52 PM   #1
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There is a minimum number of posts for that section so people do not join just to sell.
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Old 12-05-2012, 09:03 PM   #3
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Gottcha, know how many?
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There is a minimum number of posts for that section so people do not join just to sell.
Seems like there should be a minimum days as a member in order to POST. I'd rather get people trying to sell stuff than their first post is how much should I charge ect...
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Seems like there should be a minimum days as a member in order to POST. I'd rather get people trying to sell stuff than their first post is how much should I charge ect...
So the spambots could make this site look like EBAY or Craigs list in minutes! I agree with min posts.
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The minimum post is minimal, and it is just there so that members show they are willing to contribute before trying to sell us stuff.

I am curios what Bradley is trying to get rid of though. I need a new case of shurline painting edgers.
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I switched to a 2" brush and have a few 3" Coronas that have only been used a few times. Just wondering if anyone would be interested before I make dust brushes out of them.

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Do you guys really use these?
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Do you guys really use these?
You can just flush them down the toilet at the end of the day.
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You can just flush them down the toilet at the end of the day.
Oh boy. Your PM box is going to be full of hate mail by the end of the weekend.
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Oh boy. Your PM box is going to be full of hate mail by the end of the weekend.
Hate mail is proof that I exist.

You guys have a good day.
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You can just flush them down the toilet at the end of the day.
What a waste!
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What a waste!
There might be some waste stuck to it after the plumber fishes it out.
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Didn't another post have problems with flushed items? Just not at a customers house
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I switched to a 2" brush and have a few 3" Coronas that have only been used a few times. Just wondering if anyone would be interested before I make dust brushes out of them.
You want to try and sell a couple used brushes?
Try Craigslist.
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I switched to a 2" brush and have a few 3" Coronas that have only been used a few times. Just wondering if anyone would be interested before I make dust brushes out of them.

Used brushes have little resale value, or I am assuming. Hell new brushes have little value.
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I am curious what 2" brush Bradley has switched to.



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I am curious what 2" brush Bradley has switched to.
I say Corona, same brush but a different size. I have been wrong before.
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I say Corona, same brush but a different size. I have been wrong before.
I'm gonna take the longshot and say Picasso.



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I'm gonna take the longshot and say Picasso.
Bradly is a Corona man I can feel it. I have not had the Picasso problems others have had but they have been gaining a following, but I got to stick with Corona as Corona smokes the Picasso's.
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