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    Default Thanks Harry

    I appreciate it. That's a load off my mind and my storage area.

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    I like cake!

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    Hi George

    Can you tell us a little more about the THANKS? We need some good news right about now.

    Thanks

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    Chocolate if you must know!

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    When he left he had seven pair of speakers and two Marantz receivers in his vehicle. Thanks again Harry.

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    How much did you rake in on the garage sale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    When he left he had seven pair of speakers and two Marantz receivers in his vehicle. Thanks again Harry.
    Was he in a White Van?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpf65 View Post
    How much did you rake in on the garage sale?
    I think Harry made a killing. Two silver-faced Marantz (2226 and 2238B) that both don't really have a scratch on them, operate perfectly, and only need light bulbs. Pair of real wood (not veneer) KLH Model 6 that operate flawlessly. Pair of KLH 5 that need two mids and a tweet. Pair of Polk RTA8t that look and work flawless. Pair of Ohm "L" that need a re-foam. Pair of EPI Magnus 12, a three-way with 12" woofs need a re-foam. Pair of Infinity RS-3001 that need a re-foam. Pair of Klipsch/Tangent "6" two-ways that work and look perfect. Pair of Alesis Studio Monitor a "6" two-way with shot tweeters. That's two receivers and EIGHT pair of speakers, local pick-up. $320. How'd I do?

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    How'd I do?
    Pretty sure you slice your Bologna thicker than I do after 12 years of selling.

    I slice mine so thin it only has 1 side!

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    At least you had some help loading all that heavy equipment Harry!


    Last edited by pepster; 04-19-2013 at 10:19 PM.

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    Always about said POS!

    Said "Point of Sale" is very important between two members!

    Super glad you guys made a good deal together!

    Congrats!
    Last edited by pepster; 04-19-2013 at 11:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    I think Harry made a killing. Two silver-faced Marantz (2226 and 2238B) that both don't really have a scratch on them, operate perfectly, and only need light bulbs. Pair of real wood (not veneer) KLH Model 6 that operate flawlessly. Pair of KLH 5 that need two mids and a tweet. Pair of Polk RTA8t that look and work flawless. Pair of Ohm "L" that need a re-foam. Pair of EPI Magnus 12, a three-way with 12" woofs need a re-foam. Pair of Infinity RS-3001 that need a re-foam. Pair of Klipsch/Tangent "6" two-ways that work and look perfect. Pair of Alesis Studio Monitor a "6" two-way with shot tweeters. That's two receivers and EIGHT pair of speakers, local pick-up. $320. How'd I do?
    I think you could be considered a thief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpf65 View Post
    I think you could be considered a thief.
    Me too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    I appreciate it. That's a load off my mind and my storage area.
    Simply, giving a definition here (not my thoughts, definition only)................


    Post whore:

    Someone who posts on an online forum just for the sake of posting. He or she doesn't have to have any relevant or complete thought to post. As long as the post count goes up, he or she is happy.



    Nuff said.
    Last edited by pepster; 04-20-2013 at 12:05 AM.

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    Harry doesn't participate much here (probably too many post whores). I wanted to thank him for taking all this stuff, so I did. On the forum.

    I had no idea I'd end up Bozo listing a post whore who has eight of the thirteen posts on this thread, and didn't say a damn word between all of them. See ya Bozo.

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    HAHAHA!

    Some nice stuff! George move closer eh

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    In the future, persons who may be suspected of being "post whores" shall be referenced to using the preferred phrase "post concubines".
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    Post Conc's......I like it.

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    Thank you George, I realized when I was about forty miles out on the return trip we both forgot about the pair of Boston Acoustics you told me you had. I was going to turn around so I guess I will get them next time

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    Hey, Harry! I was wondering whether it was you who George Grand was referring too. I did have a sneaky suspicion that it was you. Good grief, man. I'd hate to ask just how many speaker sets you have now. I know you brought probably 10 sets the last time we saw each other and this didn't include what you had at home. Happy listening, brother!

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    Hows it going Tom? Lets just say That within the next two months or so I plan to pull the trigger on a 40'x60' pole barn so I can put all my stuff in one place, and have a place to work on my vehicles as well. George is a cool dude, this was my second trip to Jersey to buy stuff from him. The Alesis One Studio Monitors I got from him I have installed new tweeters in them and I must say they impressed the hell out of me for there size. Are you going to make an appearence this year in Sept? If so you will hear them cause I am planning on bringing them along. Take care Tom hope all is well with you and the family.

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    Thanks, Harry for the well wishes and good to talk to you again. With other projects going on with my audio life, I will not be attending the entire time this year but I will make sure that I come up for a weekend or two. BTW, the family is doing great. Aiden's 4th birthday is coming up soon, if you can believe it. Time sure does fly.

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    that was a fair price................for the marantz 2238! as long as both parties ar happy: good sale!

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