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DJ-5 BBQ Grille Athens, TX $4000

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Given non-running DJ-5s can be picked up for under $1000, I’ll be curious to see if this sells for the asking price. No description provided.

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9 Comments on “DJ-5 BBQ Grille Athens, TX $4000

  1. TJ

    While I’m sure someone had good intentions, note that it’s never been used or tested out to any degree. For that price, you could get a safe, efficient commercial one.

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Now Mike, I’ve met some fine people from Texas. They aren’t all crazy, not like Florida, lol. Plenty of lunatics in Washington State. And, don’t get me started about NJ! 🙂

  3. Mike

    No doubt about it Dave, NJ has had it’s share of lunatics, most of them have moved out of NJ because of the high cost of living. Do we have anybody in mind? “I know nothing”…

  4. bob in pa

    More people are moving to Vermont than any other state. But sadly, more people are moving out of NJ than any other state. Saw that on TV a couple days ago.
    Go eagles, beat bears!

  5. David Eilers Post author

    Of the fastest growing states in 2016 and 2018, seven of the eight with the greatest populations gains are in the West and include Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, Washington, Colorado, Oregon, and Utah (Florida is the other). Utah led in 2016 (https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/economy/2018/01/15/fastest-growing-and-shrinking-states-closer-look/1019429001/) and Nevada led in 2018 (https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/slideshows/the-10-fastest-growing-states-in-the-us-in-2018?slide=11).

    We travel so we can share lunacy with everyone!! 🙂

  6. Colin Peabody

    The problem with folks moving from other states like NJ, NY, California to Nevada, Arizona, Florida Texas and other conservative states is that a lot of them are bringing their wacka doodle ideas with them! Don’t bring you progressive left ideas to my state!!! WE have enough of them already!

  7. Mike

    Colin, With all due respect, What is most misunderstood about “US” northerners is our sense of humor. I think we all can have differing opinions and be civil in our disagreements. That is what makes this country great. No need for political commentary. When I moved from NJ 9 years ago, There were North Carolina residents who refused to talk to me or shake my hand because I was from NJ. It took years to overcome this Attitude. Lets just (K)Jeeps not politics on this page. P.S. Not everyone from NJ is connected to the MOB. I

  8. David Eilers Post author

    Colin: I’m pretty sure you are barking in the wind on that score. Hopefully, those that move into the state will bring more good ideas than bad ones.

    Mike: I appreciate the sentiment. One of the benefits of traveling has been the opportunity to meet and befriend folks of all political persuasions in every state. In fact, the Alaska Or Rust group contained a wide range of political opinions and positions, but the brother/sisterhood of the adventure rose above any of those issues. I can’t tell you how refreshing that was.

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