OK, So I Have a Car and You Have ... a Used Copy of Thriller?


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Early contender for most amusing Cleveland Cragislist post of the week: Someone in our fair city evidently imagines that his used copy of a 25-ish-year-old album — one which practically everyone in North America has owned at least one copy in his or her life — is worthy trade for an automobile. So yeah, not even a Duster at J.D. Byrider, Hoss.

But in all seriousness, possibly delusional Craigslist poster, even our cynical asses are willing to grant benefit of the doubt on this. And if you actually pull this off, we'd love to hear about it. —Ron Kretsch

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