Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Say it ain't so! Say it aint so!



Inconceivable!

I told my mom that I wanted to live in that house when I retired. Man, I hope she enjoyed the medium cup of coffee she bought with the money made on the deal.

6 comments:

Josh Evans said...

Haha... that was in the Tribune the other day. Some Chicagoan bought it.

aarong1204 said...

How much is owed in back taxes?

JBrandt said...

That's the comment I would expect from you. Everything going well in Ann Arbor? Are you helping the Ann Arbor faithful register voters? Michelle Malkin had a great column and video clip on registering the homeless to vote. Ahhh, impartial volunteerism at its finest. Did you wander over to EMU to hear Springsteen?

Jeff DeSano said...

Great comment AG...

aarong1204 said...

Just some food for thought from your neighborhood realtor (www.realestateone.com/aarongoetsch)

Ann Arbor is wonderful. I am not helping registered voters, not attending the Barack 'n Barbeque, and not chalking "McCain Palin" over sidewalks.

Our local GOP is in hot water over a dumb comment about obtaining voter lists to block home owners in foreclosure from voting. Case is in Michigan Supreme Court currently. Ironically, the guy that beat me in the County Commission race is the one that made the remarks.

I did not go see Springsteen but almost did because I am a huge fan, but like Jay-Z and Kanye's concerts it was filled with Obamaganda garbage. Tempting because everyone that has been to a Springsteen show had nothing but positive to say about the Boss' energy.

Love the post, eBay and real estate in one post! Left field is a goodie too and I agree with A-Flu on using it as a tool to bring old bloggers back into the mainstream blogosphere...

JBrandt said...

Apparently the old bloggers are surfacing. It's good to hear from them. Next week's Left Field guest will be an old school visit. Enjoy the weekend.