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Mice and roaches themselves don't bother me, it's their crap. Mouse and roach poop on everything, chewed up and infested good items make me want to cry. Bought a locker a couple months ago that should have made a couple thousand on, but by the time we tossed all the ruined clothes, books, furniture etc we barely broke even.

Had a new Broyhill sectional I barely got someone to give me $50 for.  :-[

No less than $1,000, no more than $2,000. Used to be more but the crowds and costs have come down quite a bit here in the last year, so don't need as much. Average good locker is about $400 currently.

It's me and my family, usually just the wife and I since my teenagers are lazy.  :'(

I wouldn't want friends to do it because if I break something it's on me, but if a friend did it it could cause hard feelings. Plus mine are mooches.

And I'd never hire a crew just because I'm a cheap bastard. :)

Storage Auction Resources By State / Re: Oklahoma Storage Auctions
« on: December 19, 2012, 04:13:42 PM »
Just wanted to say Barry from Barry's Auction and Woody from 23rd are also auctioneers, and real straight shooters. They definitely run good auctions with no staged units or whales.

That said, don't bid me up if you go. :)

Garage Sales / Re: How often do you hold your garage sales?
« on: December 19, 2012, 03:26:29 PM »
Sadly we only get 2 a year. The upside (if you could call it that) is we always have a ton of stuff, and usually net 3-400 per day.

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