March 8, 2010

Cullman Liquidation: My New Sponsor

Come on. Click on her. You know you want to.

Posted by Vanderleun at March 8, 2010 11:38 PM
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Man, I'll take your Urban Slang dictionary and raise it by one Redneck Pictorial bedtime story. Diversity rulz!

And it's funny as Hell.

Absolute, for-real laugh out loud!

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Posted by: Joan of Argghh! at March 9, 2010 4:32 AM

Now THAT'S a proper businessman.

Posted by: apotheosis at March 9, 2010 7:35 AM

I'd buy one of his homes...If he'd let me.

Posted by: monkeyfan at March 9, 2010 8:34 AM

OK, one of the best commercials I've seen in some time. "A bouncer hit me in the face five times with a crescent wrench. My wife's ex-boyfriend broke my jaw. So if you don't buy a trailer from me, it ain't goin' to hurt my feelings."

Posted by: bfwebster at March 9, 2010 2:00 PM

Nothing.But.NET.

Posted by: TmjUtah at March 9, 2010 4:52 PM

Reminds me of old Loren Baxter of the Higgins Lake Boat Yard. When told he was the biggest S.O.B. at Higgins Lake Baxter replied that was not true - he was the biggest S.O.B. at Higgins Lake and Houghton Lake.

Baxter was right about that.*

*No, I am not kidding.

Posted by: Mikey NTH at March 9, 2010 5:19 PM

Story time. Sorry.

My mom's family had been vacationing in the Higgins lake area for years; my mom's brother had a bar and restaurant in the area for years; my dad (obviously) had been vacationing there for years. They all had been there for about thirty-forty years before this story takes place - and the story took place about 1981.

Dad went to the Boat Yard to get a part for the boat. After that he was talking to Baxter - just shooting the breeze - when a man came up with his twelve year old son. The man wanted to buy a Sunfish sailboat.

Now, a normal businessman would have said to my dad, 'Hey Fred; I got to take care of this customer'.

Not Baxter.

He said, 'What the $%^&$ do you want? I'm busy here.' (Dad's thoughts - and his comments when telling the story - were 'You sold me a $5 part, and now you are going to drive away a customer that wants to buy an $800+ sailboat, and the life jackets, and everything else?)

But that was Baxter the Bastard (not my doing - he earned that title before I was born).

And Mrs. Baxter was the nicest person to deal with - go figure that one.

People - you really cannot figure them - they do not fall into neat rational boxes, do they?

Posted by: Mikey NTH at March 9, 2010 5:44 PM

Them's the guys whose ancestors put the fear of G-d in the Union army.

Posted by: Pappy at March 9, 2010 7:54 PM

He doesn't seem to be hiding anything about his product. He is putting Americans to work. I would wager that his prices are fair. I could see worse options for someone trying to get started. I hope he is doing a good business selling to the greedy souls who tried to make a killing in the recent real estate debacle and lost their shirts while destroying our economy. I doubt if Fannie and Freddie are bailing very many of his customers out.

Posted by: Roger Drew Williams at March 9, 2010 9:31 PM