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Name: Rick
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And I got a performer recumbent this last summer.

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My craigslist ad shows up in the main category

farm and garden services....


But if I type "hay"..I can't find it...but all the other "hay" ads show up...which is where I need
my ad to appear...

I've scoured the help pages but nothing defines why other ads for only hay show up and mine
only shows up in the main category...along with pages of farm equipment, which I do not want...

This is a fyi on farming praire hay...

I had a custom hay guy cut and bale my hay...small qty..20 large bales. Like before it is done on a share basis...70 - 30 on selling and the bales are removed in short order..last time was 3 weeks..
This year he cut and baled but has left it in the field since june...which isn't part of the agreement..So I want to sell it to get it off my property and then reimburse the hay guy..

This question to an online attorney site and the response..

Judge Bill K ret. Lawyer

As you say, it is your land and your hay. You will not get in any trouble for selling that hay and either having the seller pick it up or delivering it to him. You can subsequently send the share that you owe to the custom cutting people. Incidentally, I grew up on a farm in southeastern Colorado, So I know about these issues

Judge Bill K. ret.

I was kinda worried about doing this but the judges answer makes sense

Wanna buy a boat?

Paul Allen's 414-foot yacht, home to A-list parties, is selling for $325 million.

All it will cost to buy this gilded behemoth of the seas is $325.5 million.

Never mind that the “Octopus,” one of the world’s largest yachts, costs more than four times what the billionaire Allen once paid for the entire Portland Trail Blazers. This boat has partied with A-list celebs and explored the ocean depths. Here’s what you, lucky new owner, will be getting:

The first rule of buying a boat is that one elevator isn’t enough. There must be a second elevator only available to its owner. The Octopus passes this test, along with an entire private deck that includes a bar, hot tub and al fresco dining area. That extra personal space is key when you’re accessing one of two helipads atop the ship.

Perhaps the new owner can invite Mick Jagger back aboard for an impromptu music sesh. That’s what Allen did when Jagger used the ship’s recording studio to make some tracks in 2011.

The Octopus, which cost Allen $200 million to launch in 2003, is no stranger to the party circuit, having annually hosted soirees with actors, filmmakers and supermodels during the Cannes Film Festival. No need to worry about making the Kardashians double up on rooms: there are 13 guest cabins that can accommodate up to 26.

Other amenities include a swimming pool with adjacent bar, basketball court, movie theater, spa, library and a glass-bottomed observation lounge for spying on some fish.

As for your 63-member crew, which you’ll need to pay handsomely, there are another 30 cabins.

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