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By luck I have acquired a new laptop computer that I have no use for. Are there any escorts in San Diego who are up for a barter? Gateway solo 3350 10gb hd 750 mhz dvd drive. My interests are in the area of younger guys ( under 23 ) and a little on the kinky / wild side. Not sure what the retail value is, probably $1200 or so. I feel a little strange asking this question, oh well. I would most likely sell it and rent a boy anyway. Why not trade and both of us get a sweet deal! Any thoughts?

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>well, not my business and you

>don't seem real concerned but...

>(don't they always start out

>like that when they're going

>to mind your business!!) in

>most parts of the country

>$1200 will buy at least

>a 4 hour date and

>sometimes an overnite. i would

>suggest you pay cash for

>one date and then exchange

>the laptop for your cash

>back after your second date

>the next day or go

>for an overnite... i've always

>found the sex to be

>grand in the a.m.

>

 

HUH ?

>just another thought,

>jizz

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OK the laptop problem has been resolved. It was settled by a cute red headed boy. OH darn...he will have to come back for the power cord :)

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Interesting update! Have gotten 12 offers so far...only two were within 200 miles from me. The other 10 would be more than happy to accept the machine as payment...as long as I threw in a round trip ticket. I'm scratching my head ! I wish I would have won the second prize...A new set of tires.

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just curious. what's the longest date and what's the shortest date you've been offered?

 

also, isn't $1200 lowballing it for the value of this computer?

 

thanks,

jizz

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>just curious. what's the longest date

>and what's the shortest date

>you've been offered?

>No one has actually mentioned time but me...2 hours...about as long as I am ever interested in. At the same time, no one has declined the two hours.

 

>also, isn't $1200 lowballing it for

>the value of this computer?

>I think perhaps it is more in the $1500-$2000 range. Point is, it has no value to me since I will never use it. Already have a super desktop and a new laptop. Will take the first $800.00 cash by 3 pm today. Or the first hot 21 year old boy who strips down in my living room :) :) Computers for sex...who would have thunk it!

>

>thanks,

>jizz

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>

>also, isn't $1200 lowballing it for

>the value of this computer?

>

>

>thanks,

>jizz

 

 

The notebook he descibes usually sells for 1700. new. Though with Microsoft about to launch their new OS, Windows XP, this lowers the value as technically speaking it is outdated. So 1200. seems about right.

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>The notebook he descibes usually sells

>for 1700. new. Though with

>Microsoft about to launch their

>new OS, Windows XP, this

>lowers the value as technically

>speaking it is outdated. So

>1200. seems about right.

 

1200 might actually be a little high. :-( The bad news with computer equipment is it's outdated almost as soon as you open the box (or get it home).

 

They say cars devalue a certain percent the day you drive them off the lot. I'd double that percent *at least* for computer equipment. Although, for a guy that really needs a notebook, this isn't a bad deal. That notebook still has several years of useful service in it -- even without the latest and greatest version of Windows.

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>>The notebook he descibes usually sells

>>for 1700. new. Though with

>>Microsoft about to launch their

>>new OS, Windows XP, this

>>lowers the value as technically

>>speaking it is outdated. So

>>1200. seems about right.

>

>1200 might actually be a little

>high. :-( The bad news

>with computer equipment is it's

>outdated almost as soon as

>you open the box (or

>get it home).

 

Actually this notebook is being sold on sites like EBay for approx. 1200. It is upgradable and as you mention will last several years. Hey I know of people still using Win 95 on a P133. It really depends what your use for the computer will be. To me the biggest problem with the notebook that J wants to trade is the screen size. It's very small at approx 12"

 

>They say cars devalue a certain

>percent the day you drive

>them off the lot. I'd

>double that percent *at least*

>for computer equipment. Although, for

>a guy that really needs

>a notebook, this isn't a

>bad deal.

 

Here are your percentages for cars:

 

As soon as a used car's tires hit the pavement you have lost 31% of the value. New cars a mere 26%. (these numbers are from 1999, Source NADA).

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well, not my business and you don't seem real concerned but... (don't they always start out like that when they're going to mind your business!!) in most parts of the country $1200 will buy at least a 4 hour date and sometimes an overnite. i would suggest you pay cash for one date and then exchange the laptop for your cash back after your second date the next day or go for an overnite... i've always found the sex to be grand in the a.m.

 

just another thought,

jizz

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<<Actually this notebook is being sold on sites like EBay for approx. 1200. It is upgradable and as you mention will last several years. Hey I know of people still using Win 95 on a P133. It really depends what your use for the computer will be. >>

 

This is VERY true. My old P120 notebook w/Win95 is floating around out there. I replaced that computer because I wanted/needed more RAM and disk and it wasn't upgradeable, and then the monitor died. But it's perfectly adequate for e-mail, and a friend needed a notebook. I gave it to her and after having the monitor fixed it's still serving nobly.

 

I also have an old P200 notebook (one of the first available) sitting here serving as a test machine running Windows 2000. It will soon be relegated to the role of FAX server, I think.

 

I wouldn't want to do any heavy graphics work or compile large programs on either, but they're adequate for many purposes.

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