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Selling the existing stuff (ebay or elsewhere) makes room for the new (perhaps larger) acquisition. In the meantime, friends and neighbors that stop over wonder if we are moving out but are too polite to ask and I like watching them squirm. Additionally, the stuff that gets sold presumably gets a second life which makes me feel all 'green' inside. At the end of it all, there is only one big thing (or collection of things) that I will have to get rid of later, making for less work during the subsequent, inevitable, even larger acquisition(s).

I think I need a larger opening to my basement..., maybe I should move out to the barn... .

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In reply to Re: When I need money for a bigger acquisition, I usually ... by wjw
in thread When I need money for a bigger acquisition, I usually ... by Ratazong

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