"Romitaman" Mike Burkey admits shilling his HA auctions

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Re: "Romitaman" Mike Burkey admits shilling his HA auctions

Postby Subvet642 » Mon Feb 08, 2016 11:22 am

Stu_Pidman wrote:Subby, do you ever go to That's Entertainment in Worcester? That's gotta be the biggest LCS in New England (20,000 sq ft total), they have a LOT of books in stock. I used to win their email trivia contest and go there once a month to spend my $10 credit :takeit:


I'm never really out that way, but if it's that good, I could probably talk the wife into it; she has a college friend out that way, illustrates children's books. I've got some filling in to do, so it might be worth a ride. Besides, they have some good diners along the way and I love a good greasy spoon! :thumbsup2:


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Re: "Romitaman" Mike Burkey admits shilling his HA auctions

Postby Stu_Pidman » Tue Feb 09, 2016 3:36 am

Subvet642 wrote:
Stu_Pidman wrote:Subby, do you ever go to That's Entertainment in Worcester? That's gotta be the biggest LCS in New England (20,000 sq ft total), they have a LOT of books in stock. I used to win their email trivia contest and go there once a month to spend my $10 credit :takeit:


I'm never really out that way, but if it's that good, I could probably talk the wife into it; she has a college friend out that way, illustrates children's books. I've got some filling in to do, so it might be worth a ride. Besides, they have some good diners along the way and I love a good greasy spoon! :thumbsup2:


Cool, I don't know exactly where you live so wasn't sure if That's E was close. You could sign up for their email, win a $10 credit, and then tell your wife that now you HAVE to go there :lol:

If you like greasy spoons and you're ever on 395 South going to Mohegan Sun/Foxwoods, stop by my town. We have an awesome greasy spoon that's been around for 60 years: https://www.google.com/?gfe_rd=cr&ei=-u ... r+dayville
Bill Griffith has eaten there, click the History link for confirmation :mrgreen:
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Re: "Romitaman" Mike Burkey admits shilling his HA auctions

Postby Subvet642 » Tue Feb 09, 2016 3:58 am

Stu_Pidman wrote:
Subvet642 wrote:
Stu_Pidman wrote:Subby, do you ever go to That's Entertainment in Worcester? That's gotta be the biggest LCS in New England (20,000 sq ft total), they have a LOT of books in stock. I used to win their email trivia contest and go there once a month to spend my $10 credit :takeit:


I'm never really out that way, but if it's that good, I could probably talk the wife into it; she has a college friend out that way, illustrates children's books. I've got some filling in to do, so it might be worth a ride. Besides, they have some good diners along the way and I love a good greasy spoon! :thumbsup2:


Cool, I don't know exactly where you live so wasn't sure if That's E was close. You could sign up for their email, win a $10 credit, and then tell your wife that now you HAVE to go there :lol:

If you like greasy spoons and you're ever on 395 South going to Mohegan Sun/Foxwoods, stop by my town. We have an awesome greasy spoon that's been around for 60 years: https://www.google.com/?gfe_rd=cr&ei=-u ... r+dayville
Bill Griffith has eaten there, click the History link for confirmation :mrgreen:


I'm just south of Boston, in Weymouth. I already mentioned the store to the wife and she sounds receptive and she loves diners.
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Re: "Romitaman" Mike Burkey admits shilling his HA auctions

Postby Stu_Pidman » Tue Feb 09, 2016 11:35 am

Subvet642 wrote:
Stu_Pidman wrote:
Subvet642 wrote:
Stu_Pidman wrote:Subby, do you ever go to That's Entertainment in Worcester? That's gotta be the biggest LCS in New England (20,000 sq ft total), they have a LOT of books in stock. I used to win their email trivia contest and go there once a month to spend my $10 credit :takeit:


I'm never really out that way, but if it's that good, I could probably talk the wife into it; she has a college friend out that way, illustrates children's books. I've got some filling in to do, so it might be worth a ride. Besides, they have some good diners along the way and I love a good greasy spoon! :thumbsup2:


Cool, I don't know exactly where you live so wasn't sure if That's E was close. You could sign up for their email, win a $10 credit, and then tell your wife that now you HAVE to go there :lol:

If you like greasy spoons and you're ever on 395 South going to Mohegan Sun/Foxwoods, stop by my town. We have an awesome greasy spoon that's been around for 60 years: https://www.google.com/?gfe_rd=cr&ei=-u ... r+dayville
Bill Griffith has eaten there, click the History link for confirmation :mrgreen:


I'm just south of Boston, in Weymouth. I already mentioned the store to the wife and she sounds receptive and she loves diners.


Ah, that makes sense. I'm closer to Worcester than you even though I live in Connecticut :thumbsup2:
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