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Welcome to the Online Storage Auctions Forum / Selling a Storage Unit
« Last post by st33l2hown on Yesterday at 08:41:12 PM »
I am looking to sell a 10x30 storage Unit. FUll with brand new liquidation items from target. Best route to sell that ?
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The Treasure Chest / Re: Things You Personally Collect
« Last post by Travis on December 14, 2017, 11:45:22 AM »
I have 2 rooms devoted to this, one room for things i'm nostalgic for, another for the weird oddity type stuff.

Same here, except instead of rooms, that's what I decorate my house with. My style is a cross between Alice in Wonderland and Steampunk.
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The Lounge / Re: Anyone else as sick as I am with the media?
« Last post by Travis on December 14, 2017, 11:38:14 AM »
I've stopped following mainstream media a while back. They lost all credibility, at least in my book.

Same here. I cut the cable 2 years ago, don't miss it at all. Get all my movies/TV shoes for free off GoMovies. Don't watch news at all anymore. It's actually quite freeing. Now if I could only stay away from Facebook, I'd be doing good. LOL
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General Storage Auction Talk / Re: Old laptops/computers
« Last post by Travis on December 14, 2017, 11:33:08 AM »
I've been buying and reselling computers for the last couple of years as a hobby, mainly just so I can always have the latest and greatest technology. Unless you have something really high end, people just aren't willing to pay what it's worth. Bought an Alienware R17 at a pawn shop several months ago for $500, used it for a while and sold it for $850. Those kind of deals are rare, but usually, I could turn a $50-100 profit on each flip. If you keep up with technology and prices, you can actually make a decent living just buying PCs from pawn shops and reselling them on Craigslist.
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