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Crack on Craigslist

by tbwaldo / March 14, 2007 2:53 AM PDT
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Controversial Craigslist
by brocknation-2165282496121 / March 14, 2007 11:59 PM PDT
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This site was introduced to me from a buddy of mine. After reading the article, I honestly don't know who uses this site for purposes other than adult and/or illegal entertainment?

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Craigslist is really just an extension of our society..
by kenpen1234 / March 20, 2007 1:13 AM PDT

I would like to counter your point.

It really is a useful site that I use to buy/sell items all the time. My wife just bought our dinning room table and I buy/sell ipods, cameras, printers and many more items.

The Atlanta bikes and electronics are full of great items I keep an eye on daily.

Sure it attracts all kinds of shady people, but have you looked into the advertising pages our your local paper recently?


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I haven't checked out my local classifieds, I prefer eBay. But if the site works for you, congrats! Happy

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