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Getting books and dvds online for free

  1. 1. Getting books and DVDs online for free Regularly checking the "free" category under "for sale" on Craigslist can provide you with many of the things you want and need. However, the frequency of posts and the generosity of users is basically determined by the population of the city or area you are searching in. For more information on where to get free stuff UK please visit the link provided: Here's a post for free books that I found today in my area: (I love the no-nonsense style of CL and its users.) "I've got about 200 overstock books in my store - come get them by the box but no peeking, complaining or making a general nuisance of
  2. 2. yourself. These were for sale so they're not terrible - mostly fiction. If you're going to sell them on the internet don't tell me." I have no place to store 200 new books, so I will not pick them up. But this post is like Christmas day for some lucky book worm. There you go, a no-nonsense way to get quality free stuff, in your area, that you can use for any reason at all. You won't always find what you're looking for, but when you do, the price is right. You'd be surprised how difficult it is for people to successfully give stuff away on Craigslist. While this comedic example below hasn't anything to do with books, DVDs, PSII and XBox games, it can show you how important it is to respond to listings in the "free" category on CL without hesitation.
  3. 3. This post, again in my area, made the "Best Of" category on CL: (I admire the common sense in these posts for free things) 1 Free upright Piano. Will need some reconditioning to return to good condition, but is marginally playable (and horribly out of tune) now. Here's how it will work. You and as many of your strong friends that you can Tom Sawyer into this job will come by and move the piano off my second floor (1 set of straight stairs) into a vehicle of yours. I'm not lifting it, or providing a vehicle for it. I will help you gently guide it through my house so that I still have walls after you leave. Now here's the part that I know will be hard for people to understand:
  4. 4. I'm not holding it for anyone without a $100 deposit for every week you want me to hold it. Not even if you ask really nicely. For more information on where to get free stuff UK please visit the link provided: The first person to show up and take it gets it. This piano was listed once before, and you wouldn't believe the number of homeless dying one-legged Mongolian orphans that just needed a piano to make life better. I heard some great sob stories (probably all true!) about why I should hold this piano for this person or that person. Well, I ended up holding it for the first caller, who never got it. Then I held it for someone else, and they never got it. Then everyone was gone, and I still had a piano.
  5. 5. 'But wait!' you're saying. 'Why should I put down a deposit on something that's free?' Well, if you want me to hold it, you can give me a $100 bill. I'll tape it to the piano. When you get the piano, you get the $100 with it! It's like getting paid $100 to take the piano! You won't find a better way to get your money back - *and* you get a free piano! If you forget, or get run over by a busload of orphans on their way to get a free harpsichord, I'm going to keep the $100. Want me to hold it 2 weeks? That's $200. 'But I don't trust you to keep my $100...' Well, I don't trust you to come back and get this oversized paperweight. I tried that before and it didn't work. 'But I don't have $100 and I really want the free piano!' OK, just come get it! It's really that simple.
  6. 6. 'But I don't have $100 and I can't come by with a truck for two weeks...' No piano for you! Life sucks; get a helmet. I don't really want the piano. It came with the house when I bought it. I play the flute, which I can carry in one hand. I've tried picking up the piano with 1 hand, and I can't quite get a good grip. Please, take my piano. So, if you want it, show up and take it! Simple, huh?" Does she still have the perfectly good piano? Who knows. The point is, see something you like and go get it. I don't remember seeing posts for XBox games or PSII, but I am never looking for these things. I do recall someone giving away their iPOD Nano as it wasn't a legitimate musical experience in their opinion. I didn't take their iPOD away
  7. 7. from them-for free-because I personally thought that they should keep it. But almost for sure, soomeone will eventually post the things you are looking for. So check the listings in your area. Most of all be polite and respectful to the people who are trying to give their stuff away for free. Keep in mind that nearly everything is somewhat used- but this isn't always the case. And most of all, give back to the community when and where you can. You might try looking in the "wanted" section of CL as a way to help someone else out, sometimes people in need have what you no longer want. In most cases, the recipient of used stuff is very appreciative. For more information on where to get free stuff UK please visit the link provided: