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    What a Load........

    ...... of junk/garbage.......

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    That is a two tonne truck, loaded up big time, took myself and two buddies about 2 1/2 hours to get all of this junk/garbage out of the Dungeon annex and another 30 minutes or so to load the truck.

    My question for you guys is to guess how much I had to pay to have that truck load hauled away, not counting the beer and pizza I gave my two buddies

    I'm sure glad to have this out of the annex, it was getting so full of "stuff" down there I could hardly get into the room anymore, I still have some tidying up to do down there, but now I have space to do it.

    So, how much do you think it cost to haul it away?

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    Around here it is 25.11 for up to 1000 lbs. So that is my guess, around 30.00

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    200.00 us

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    Nope and nope, not even close yet guys!
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    Free, ha, I'll go the other way. Final answer.

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    Considering it is the land of $40.00 apples and $5,000.00 toilets, I'll guess $1,000.00.
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    30 million yen
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    Considering it is the land of $40.00 apples and $5,000.00 toilets, I'll guess $1,000.00.
    What are you nuts, no one pays $40 for a freaking apple.............
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    OK, I'll spill, 50,000 yen or about $540

    At least I could add it on to the last Aparto reno
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    Goodness, couldn't they just dump it in the water and try to make the island a little bigger? That is terrible.

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