Buyer beware

Sarah and I have our townhome on the market and are looking to move soon to a bigger place.  We’ve had some good showings and interest.  But by far, these several phone messages we received recently take the cake.

Exhibit A:

[audio:https://www.electrolund.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/mark-message11.mp3]

Exhibit B:

[audio:https://www.electrolund.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/mark-message21.mp3]

Exhibit C:

[audio:https://www.electrolund.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/mark-message31.mp3]

Exhibit D:

[audio:https://www.electrolund.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/mark-message41.mp3]

Although it’s curious that such a diverse demography would be interested in our place, I have reason to believe that this is, in fact, the same man.  He goes by the name Mark.  And he’s not getting out of helping us move.

3 Replies to “Buyer beware”

  1. The relevance of my messages comes from when I was selling my old car (with Rob’s awesome help). I came home from work and discovered my voice mail was FULL due to numerous messages from the Colorado Springs area code! These all consisted of Rob and Sarah taking turns doing voices and making up names for themselves… So a few days ago when I learned the good news of their sold house, I knew I had to act. With a long drive ahead of me I decided to call them with a multi-message retort. Please keep the following in mind:

    1) I had no idea that my evil brother-in-law would actually POST these messages!
    2) They were all intended to be jokes: I was attempting to convey a white boy’s humorous unfamiliarity with other cultures (not knowing many spanish words, etc.) Thus, the joke was about stereotypes, not using them.
    3) These are all the intellectual property of BakerCorp, Inc. and are subject to copyright laws. And yes, I messed up on at least half of them…

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