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(WTSP)   If you're 13 years old, it's great to make a few bucks selling hot dogs on the side of the road. It's even better to be bought out for $2500   ( wtsp.com) divider line
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2012-07-29 02:25:28 PM  
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GoldDude: Did several people write individual sentences as part of this article then threw them all together with no editing?
Let me recap: the boy "originally saved up thousands of dollars to buy the cart", then sold it to the packing company for $2500, which was "a lot more than Duszynski paid for it".
The only way I figure that makes sense is that the kid saved up thousands of dollars, then found out he only needed about $2k to buy one. Dumbass.

"Originally saved up thousands of dollars"?
You mean his parents gave him Christmas birthday money?
I admire the kid's spirit, but I hope to go he doesn't grow up thinking he worked harder than everyone else simply because he had a good opportunity and well-off parents.

/Christmas was $200 max except when Dad got laid off
//Birthday was $25 max
///despises those born on third base thinking they hit a triple
2012-07-29 01:35:45 PM  
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Britney Spear's Speculum: Who has a hotdog cart at their wedding?

the gheys?
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