YSaC, Vol. 1749: Turns out $200 is your price for flight.

2014 August 29

Yesterday’s poster was selling all sorts of wacky stuff. Today’s poster? Not so much:

Motor – $200


condition: like new
Robin

Well, $200 is a pretty good deal. And there’s really only two types of motors, right?

It could only be either this:

or this:

And either one of those seems like a steal for $200. Of course, my grasp of engineering may be a little fuzzy, but it’s still better than Robin’s grasp of Craigslist.

Thanks for the link, sd!

14 Responses leave one →
  1. 2014 August 29
    Tigprincess permalink

    Read all about it! Craigslist scoop! Robin splits with Batman. Our reporter was told that “my engine needed replacing and he … The Bast …. Batman … Refused to pay for it. ”

    Adores: 1
    • 2014 August 29
      SilvaNoir permalink

      First he took the Batmobile’s tires, now the motor. Tsk, tsk Jason.

      (may be too obscure of a Batman refrence, I’m going for it anyway)

      Adores: 1
  2. 2014 August 29

    “Holy missing description, Batman!”

    “Quick, Robin, to an elementary composition class!”

    Adores: 4
  3. 2014 August 29
    CapnMac permalink

    Sorry, Robin, I’m not getting into the whole “engine or motor” debate, again, not even if you pay me $200.

    Adores: 2
  4. 2014 August 29
    MissMommyNiceNice permalink

    I know just the boat for this!

    Adores: 2
  5. 2014 August 29
    Ralph permalink

    Sauron’s heirs are selling Motor for only $200? Is it infested with orcs again?

    Contact Robin at Olin, Gloin, Thorin, and Durin, Ltd.

    Adores: 1
  6. 2014 August 29
    HamCan permalink

    Robin in da Hood and his band of merry gangstas.

    Steal from luxury cars and sell on Craigslist.

    Adores: 3
    • 2014 August 29
      nojazzhere permalink

      If I buy this I can…..get my motor runnin’….and head out on the highway, look for adventure, and whatever comes my way. Just the thing for the Labor Day weekend!

      Yahoo!!!!!

      Adores: 6
  7. 2014 August 29
    One Moving Violation permalink

    Hey! Who stole the motor out of my box fan?

    The best place to look for your stolen items is on craigslist.

    Adores: 1
  8. 2014 August 29

    Would this motor work in a Kenmore microwave oven? No reason, just curious. *throws diapers over suspicious lump in corner*

    Adores: 1
  9. 2014 August 29
    Demon Duck of Doom permalink

    If it’s a motor neuron, I’ll give you a thousand buckets of ice water for it.

    If it’s a hovercraft motor, you can keep it. It’s probably full of eels.

    Adores: 2
  10. 2014 August 29
    SpaceBug permalink

    ::In my best movie trailer voice-over voice.::

    In the not too distant future; a world gone awry.
    Off the Florida coast, Robin laid an egg.
    On a family fishing trip, a shy, innocent girl, Lacawates Valtrus-Misjay reels in what may become the total destruction of large mammals everywhere.
    Will huge manatee survive?
    Will motors become the dominant species on our planet?
    Can bees save the whales?
    Watch as the epic battle for the future of all Craigslistkind enfolds.
    See Sparkitus as he battles grammar and reason.
    Become enthralled with Sparkytus as she wrestles with speeling and commas.
    A random armwar fights a red table.
    All seems lost.
    In the darkest of postings, a hero emerges, Gerbert #2.
    With the aid of his companions, Winston and Pickles, they become the only hope of salvation for the existence of competent thought.
    Can they save our world?

    In theaters neverywhere, December 21st, 2014.
    Available now and always on You Suck At Craigslist.

    Adores: 2
  11. 2014 August 29
    capnmac permalink

    Hmm, seems like Robin has confused what makes the van gogh with what you get for passing Go (and, man, that requires a lot of immodium).

    Adores: 1
  12. 2014 August 30
    Digitalaxis permalink

    $200 doesn’t seem like too much for a memory operated turbo oxygen rocket.

    Adores: 0

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