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Craigslist laugh of the day.....

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Snigg, Aug 25, 2013.

  1. Kenster

    Kenster Minister of Fire

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    Mostly likely he wants to make sure that you don't ask for his help in loading up the wood.

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  2. Paul L

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  3. bigbarf48

    bigbarf48 Minister of Fire

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    The pallet doesn't look half bad ;lol
  4. tekguy

    tekguy Feeling the Heat

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    I just ordered hardwood logs at 90/cord delivered to my backyard an dropped right next to my woodshed

    125 cord for logs you have to pick up, wth.. people
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    dmmoss51 Feeling the Heat

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    Could always make an offer...
  7. Paul L

    Paul L Member

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    Uhhh .... Ummm ... I'll take two half cords please.

    Dry pinyon firewood for sale, Will deliver for free within certain distance, stacking is 10$ extra. call eric 719-989-9110
    $225 a cord $100 half cord

    http://pueblo.craigslist.org/for/4183232320.html
  8. dmmoss51

    dmmoss51 Feeling the Heat

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    Heck I'll take 3 while they're at it!
  9. Mary Briggeman

    Mary Briggeman New Member

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    "Ready to burn mixed oak and locust firewood. This wood was cut and split last fall, and I assure you that it is ready to meet your heating needs."

    LOL! I guess his heating needs might be a bit different than mine, eh? His price is $165, though so I might be tempted...
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  10. jatoxico

    jatoxico Minister of Fire

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    It can sit another year if you get it for the right price. I should do it but I'm a degenerate scrounger.
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  11. Snigg

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    This ad has been posted for months.....

    © craigslist - Map data © OpenStreetMap
    I have a couple trees that need to be cut down and who ever cuts them can have the wood . they both are close to my garage so they will need to be taken down in sections without damaging my garage if interested call me 724 684 6869
    • Location: monessen pa
    • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offer
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  12. bigbarf48

    bigbarf48 Minister of Fire

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    How tempting :oops:
  13. WiscWoody

    WiscWoody Minister of Fire

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    I get free wood up here in Wisconsin easily. There is so much wood here that most land owners will give me fallen Maple and Oak and some Poplar.But it has been taking a toll on my back lifting big rounds. You can see from my avatar I have 23 racks 10' by 6' filled and I can make a few more racks next summer and fill them to.I guess I'm lucky for living in the sticks sometimes. Btw, I have -33 outside now. chilly!
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    chazcarr Feeling the Heat

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  15. WiscWoody

    WiscWoody Minister of Fire

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    well yaa!! you can tell on first sight that's what anyone would use it for!! LOL
  16. WiscWoody

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    I thought so too but I see they have a contact button on CL now and his number is listed. He doesnt say how much wood for the price though. Hmm....
  17. chazcarr

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    I'll be damned, where did that button come from. Anyways, I was mostly laughing at the wording.
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    Sinngetreu Feeling the Heat

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    Yeah, when I saw it, I immediately thought napkin holder and matching toothpick vase. ;lol
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    http://allentown.craigslist.org/for/4270045189.html

    "We have a big bunch of good elm and maple from trees we recently cut down. Split and cut into firewood size pcs. - ready to burn!"

    Yep, just cut down and ready to burn!

    "This wood was just cut about 2 months ago. It does burn fine but may make it a little harder to get fire started since it's still a little green. If you mix it in with seasoned wood or at good at making fires it'll be just fine."
  23. weatherguy

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  24. weatherguy

    weatherguy Minister of Fire

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    Seasoned wood, that they cut and split as they go :oops:

    http://worcester.craigslist.org/grd/4291689044.html

  25. blacktail

    blacktail Feeling the Heat

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    ;lol;lol;lol
    http://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/grd/4263983133.html
    Wanted-Someone To Take Down Tall Trees-Wood From One In Exchange (Arlington)

    Looking for someone with experience, to fell several tall fir and hemlock trees, drop two at a time and take firewood from one as payment, and cut other into 16" rounds, so I can split it for my own firewood. Thanks.

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