What a Crock

by ranpen on October 28, 2011

 

WESTERN CROCK – $120

This is a 5 gallon crock, with wooden handles. There is no chips or cracks in this piece. The handles are in great condition

 

 

From: Randy Penny
Sent: 10/26/11 Wed 213 PM
To: sale——–@craigslist.org

Hello!

Are you still selling this Western Crock?  I’ve been admiring the photos of it for several hours now, and I think I’d like to buy it.  Please let me know.

Thanks,
RP

 

 

From: j——–@gmail.com
Sent: 10/26/11 Wed 338 PM
To: Randy Penny

 

Yes I am selling it. I can meet you, if you are interested? On SE side DSM

 

From: Randy Penny
Sent: 10/26/11 Wed 449 PM
To: j——–@gmail.com

 

Hi There!

I would be interested in meeting.  However, today is shaping up to be pretty hectic.   Perhaps we could schedule a rendezvous over the weekend.   How long have you had your Western Crock? What kinds of things do you use it for?  I recently purchased an Eastern Crock and am looking to get rid of it.  In my opinion, it simply doesn’t compare to a Western.  Would you be willing to make a trade?   Looking forward to hearing back from you.

 

Thanks,
RP

 

From: j——–@gmail.com
Sent: 10/27/11 Thu 907 AM
To: Randy Penny

 

Randy,

 

We can meet, just give me a time? I am on the SE side DSM. I do not want to trade, just looking to sell the crock.

 

John

 

From: Randy Penny
Sent: 10/27/11 Thu 1011 AM
To: j——–@gmail.com

 

Dear John,

I appreciate your responsiveness, as well as your enthusiasm in regards to selling your crock.  How long have you had your crock?  What kinds of things did you use it for? I have an enviable recipe for venison chili, if you’re interested.  I think it’s the pearl onions that give it such a dynamite flavor.  I once ate 7 bowls over the course of a lunch break and, though I was committed to the toilet for several hours, I don’t regret the experience.

I’d be interested in hearing your opinion on Eastern Vs. Western crocks.  After a few months, I was forced to downgrade my Eastern from crock to candy dish.

Ideally, I’d like to meet over the weekend.  What’s your availability?  And, this kind of transaction surely needs to be made with the utmost discretion.  Perhaps we could meet near the old tennis courts (with the chain nets) or behind the Super K-Mart.   I’ve already withdrawn $120, concealed it within a brown paper bag, and placed it inside a small duffle.

 

Looking forward to hearing back from you and getting my hands on your crock.

 

Thanks,
RP

 

From: j——–@gmail.com
Sent: 10/27/11 Thu 158 PM
To: Randy Penny

 

Hi RP,

 

I would be glad to meet you at Casey’s at army post and ——- or Casey’s on Evergreen (alittle east from the corner of ——— SE14th).  I can’t guarantee that it will still be available this weekend, but I would be happy to meet you this evening after 6:00pm if you would like to take a look at it.   Thanks for looking!!

 

From: Randy Penny
Sent: 10/27/11 Thu 234 PM
To: j——–@gmail.com

 

Hi John,

I would prefer to meet between Midnight and 1:30 a.m.  Or, Sunday between 4:00 p.m. and 4:10 p.m. Have you ever had a taco pizza from Caseys?

 

Thanks,
RP

 

From: j——–@gmail.com
Sent: 10/27/11 Thu 318 PM
To: Randy Penny

 

I can meet at 4pm if still interested in the crock?


From: Randy Penny
Sent: 10/28/11 Fri 1238 AM
To: j——–@gmail.com

Dear John,

I am still interested in a meeting.  Preferably over the weekend.  How big is your crock?

 

Thanks,
RP

 

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Tcanuth November 11, 2011 at 12:18 am

Im surprised you didnt get a response after your last message. Good Stuff

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