Found on Craigslist: Rolling Laundry Sorter

laundryHere’s a creative way to sell a laundry sorter

Are you a predatory sub-prime lender or a manager of a ponzi scheme worried about government or journalistic inquiries into your business practices? Do you feel overwhelmed by the volume of work-related materials requiring discrete handling? If so, consider this opportunity to acquire a gently used sorting cart for your dirty laundry.

Measuring 38″ wide, 18″ deep, and 34″ tall, this sorting cart has room for all your business’ dirty laundry. And the handy swivel casters make it easy to maneuver into awkward spaces– like the gap between a rock and a hard place. Best of all, with four generously-proportioned sorting bags, you can organize your dirty laundry into misdemeanors, felonies, treasonable offenses, and marital indiscretions.

You might expect to charge one of your clients thousands of dollars for something this useful. But I’m going to make you a deal because I know you’d agree that it is unseemly to take advantage of someone else’s desperation.

So here’s my deal: you can own the rolling sorting cart for $25 (cash only please, I’m not one of your marks). Have your people call my people at 612-242-3847 to arrange pickup in the Nokomis area of south Minneapolis if you are interested.

If you are still in denial and thinking you will try to ride this thing out, you can also use the sorting cart to order your clothes into whites, darks, delicates and dry cleaning. But if I were you, I’d get going on your dirty business’ dirty laundry. Just ask Bernie Madoff or Tom Petters– your ass won’t cover itself.

Buy it here!

1 Comment so far

  1. David (jacc) on May 1st, 2009 @ 10:58 pm

    My buddy told me about a Craigslist posting today where a person could get all the free field rocks they wanted.

    Sounded pretty cool. I’m not sure a gently used sorting cart could handle the load.



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