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Ok Idiot let me break this down for you retards one more time. The news feed was about misinformation that the media put out (WALB) about the law not A/C theft. The accusations you make are about the scrap yard employees. My Income is not hurt from anything that happens In Ga. It is you showing a huge lack of intelligence with your comments, and lack of engage brain before running mouth. The Law is extremely narrow-minded in its effort to fight crime. If they passed the same law for people selling anything used and everyone that wanted to sell to pawn shops, thrift stores, flea markets, garage sales, online, and countless other places thought they had to pay a $200 registration fee for every county they wanted to sell in it would have a major slow down in all of the above. WOW IDIOT that makes everyone that sells anything a thief in your book because there would also be a slow down in burglaries on the news. Please Take heed in this comment so you don't continue to look like such an IDIOT.
Supprised that people so stupid could even read this artical. Thousands of air conditioner (COILS) the correct spelling are sold every day buy by many legitimate scrappers that buy the complete A/C units from Repair facilities disasseble (torn the thingamagig apart for Bob and Watcher) and recycle the material all of it not just the COWLS. Idiot LMAO. As for the blind moron watching re-runs of The Beverly Hillbillies, play out in real life instead of looking into yes I said LOOKING (for you TheWatcher incase you were to slow to relize i was talking to you. I typed it slow. So you could keep up.) Go to the local library and ask to use the T.V with seperate button and type in www.KITCO.com Pure copper delivered to the smelters today is at $3.37 now pay someone to unload and weight, someone to input all the info into the computer and pay, and then the cost of shipping it to the mill. Cost about .07 That means they get paid 10% profit or less if they pay $3.00 Supprise mental M I D G E T
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