Where would we be as a city without such a quick, easy resource for passing off irreparably damaged sofas and futons on unsuspecting online strangers? There’s no site quite like Craigslist on the Internet, and Boston’s little corner of it is especially unique. Here’s our roundup of some of the best posters on Boston Craigslist so far this month.
S.P.I.R.I.T.S. of NEW ENGLAND
“GOT GHOSTS?” the title reads. From the get-go, these guys don’t play around. If you have ghosts, but do not want them, then S.P.I.R.I.T.S. (or Supernatural Paranormal Investigations Research Intuitive Truth Society) of New England have got you covered.
“Is every location haunted? NO! Do we get evidence everywhere we go? NO! Do we look for a logical explanation for activity and work with the Client to find the answers? YES! When we can’t find a “normal”, then we look to the “para” normal for an explanation.”
We’re not sure if these guys do ghostbusting in addition to “paranormal investigation,” but they have a spooky logo, which is really half the work of professional ghostbusting.
Help Around the House
Somewhere between a slam poem and a resume, this person is offering his or her very enthusiastic services as a hand around the house. I won’t be able to do the post justice in my own words, so it’s probably better if you just check this one out. And if you need help around the house, look no further.
PLEASE FEED THE BIRDS (EVERYWHERE)
Doesn’t get more straightforward than this one. Thanks.
We Hide Money, You Find It (Everywhere)
If you’ve ever found a $20 in downtown Boston, these “two lifelong friends” might be the reason why. Some might consider leaving $20s around Boston every day to be a bad financial plan, but we’re not here to judge. No such thing as bad (or incredibly, incredibly costly) press in the Internet Age.
We Need 100 Pairs of Speedos!
Whatever the true nature of this “project,” it’s the apparent stock photo of three men clad in speedos attempting to climb an SUV that sells this post. If you happen to have Speedos, “J” is in the market for them.
ARE YOU FAMILIAR WITH THE ONE GREAT IDEA FROM KARL KRAMER?
That’s all this post is. Just the above picture and text, followed by a link to his website. In all fairness though, when you have “the one great idea,” it only makes sense.