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Feel bad for this guy

I feel bad for this guy.How would you bid something like this? Lol


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Damn.......... Here's another link.... http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/2...ampaign=buffer
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Damn.......... Here's another link.... http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/2...ampaign=buffer

Unbelievable,I couldn't imagine.
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We found a guy in a shed once. He was homeless and went inside and laid down on piles of clothes and froze overnight. He blended in so well with the clothes we almost stepped on him before we noticed him there. You don't charge for that. The coroner has the body removed.
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We found a guy in a shed once. He was homeless and went inside and laid down on piles of clothes and froze overnight. He blended in so well with the clothes we almost stepped on him before we noticed him there. You don't charge for that. The coroner has the body removed.
Lol would the be considered a trip hazard .jk thats gotta suck
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Found this homeless man in a property I had been looking after for 2 years... rather gory discovery...

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