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Discussion in 'College Football Soundoff' started by BeatPitt, Jul 13, 2019.
Is it impolite to lowball the price since the device in question obviously does not work???
It’s likely it will be near new condition, but fat people are overwhelmingly also very dumb...so lowball for sure.
like most people it starts as workout equipment the slowly morphs to a place to hang damp laundry.
It probably is in like-new condition, having been used very little.
Exactly. If anything, you should pay close to full price. It was mostly used as a clothes rack
Just trade straight up for some Burger King.
I knew someone would find a way to merge this with the fries thread.
Never buy new equipment. You should start at 30% of retail.
Goodwill straight up gives the stuff away. Recumbent bike $15 there the other day.
You don't want a recumbant bike.
I didn't buy it. Just saw it. My gym is a set of free weights, a HS calisthenics routine and a pair of running shoes...
The talent pool here is impressive.
Is it recumbant or recumbent? Buy a 80 lb. deadlift bar. Forgot what it's called. You stand in between the weight instead of having it forward from your spine.
Nice Molly Hatchet avy - are you a gator fan?
road or exercise?
But not so much the gene pool here
Hex bar/trap bar