Found June 04, 2012 on Hall of Very Good:
It never ceases to amaze me what people will try and sell on Craigslist.

Out of complete boredom, I was looking on the website to see how much people were selling their tickets for the upcoming series between the Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox.

And found this.

Pristine 16" glass water pipe (aka Bong) with cavity, slider and ice chamber.

This is a "like new" water pipe with minimal usage, no scratches and in a pristine (CLEANED) condidtion. I am asking for $150 (which is significantly lower than paid for) or best offer. Please contact the number below for more information. 
773-510-5664

I know nothing about bongs, so, honestly, I'm not even sure if this is a good deal, decent craftmanship or whatever...but is it?

Let me ask you this...how important is it to show your team allegiance when getting high?  Was it something Cubs catcher Geovany Soto advertised when he was getting stoned at the 2009 World Baseball Classic?

And if you were selling your used (albeit "cleaned") bong on Craigslist...should you really be posting your phone number? 

So.  Many.  Questions.

Oh, and in case you were wondering...I never did find an acceptable price to see the BoSox invade Wrigley and beat the Northsiders.


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