Mad Ex-Wife Selling Big Boy Toys

RF-31 Mill/Drill, BD-920N Lathe, 2'x4'x6" Starrett granite surface plate,
Kennedy 7-Drawer Roller Tool Cabinet, Digital Micrometers and Calipers,
Bore & Height Gages, Webber gage block set, Renco Encoders, ER Collets,
Drill Chucks and lots, lots more.
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Griz
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The Mad Ex-Wife is my daughter. I'm just helping her sell some community property to help pay community debt. besides being abusive he was a big spender.
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Griz
No doubt, you have only heard one side of the story. It's easier to blame someone other than your daughter, but in most failed marriages there is enough blame to go around. It's just not very classy to trash your ex-Son-in-Law.
Your lack of class is enough to make me not buy anything, and then I saw your high prices. Wow! Good luck getting what you are asking!
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Looks like a good story to get someone looking at an ol-line store.
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RoyJ
You set up a whole business website for your daughter's divorce sale? That's either really ambitious, or a hook to get people to follow your spam.
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Dave Hinz
The pages I created at
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for my daughter took only a few days. Adding a link to my on-line store was not cool and I have removed it.
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Griz
I guess I made a mistake by adding the link to my store on the page I generated for my daughter. Its now removed. The "story" is real. The "pain" is real.
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Griz
Well,,,,, when abuse of spouse and/or children is involved I have no class at all. If I had my way the subject line would be "Widow Selling Tools".
Griz (aka Steve) To EMail reply delete a letter from each side of @ Tools-n-Gizmos ->
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Griz
My daughters phone number is on the Mill, Lathe, Granite, Kennedy and Cabinet page. Mine is on the More Stuff page because I brought those items up to my place to take pics and write up the descriptions.
Feel free to negotiate any deal your wish directly with her.
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Griz
Steve, with all due respect, a thought of a mad ex-wife selling her ex husband's tools, and at rather lofty prices to boot, does not make me very excited.
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Ignoramus27036
I happen to be a tool freak myself so the thought of someone "dumping" my tools in a rage does not excite me either. But at this point in the process they are not "his" tools. And we are trying to turn them into as much cash as we can to pay her half of debt he incurred. She is "mad at him" but not to the point of shooting herself in the wallet.
I set the prices at what I think they are worth. If they are high then they won't sell and we will post them on EBay where the market will decide. I'm sure she will entertain offers.
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Griz
Actually the *are* his tools. And hers, too. They're marital property, and cannot be unilaterally disposed of without some kind of accounting when the actual settlement happens. This would be true if there really were a divorce going of of course.
Jim
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jim rozen
Ok Jim
I guess you know more than I do. All I have is a copy of the court order that the judge signed while I was present in court.
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Griz
The contents of which are at present completely unknown to us.
All I *do* know is that any attempts at disposing of marital property while a divorce is pending, without an accounting when the settlment is reached, is looked at very askance by any judge.
Maybe the papers say what you think they say. Then you are in the clear. I myself would avoid purchasing under those conditions, thank you.
Jim
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jim rozen
Do NOT do this sir. You are posting this information in broad daylight and from what I gather the spouse may well be aware of this board.
Any comments like that from you at this time may be taken in the wrong light by other parties. I understand your feelings but you may well be doing more harm than good by displaying them here. 'Nuf said.
Jim
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jim rozen
Got a picture of her to go with the tools? I might take the whole package if the price were right..
John
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JohnM

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