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Offline Moranis

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That isn't that odd.  Filling empty apartments is expensive.

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That isn't that odd.  Filling empty apartments is expensive.

This is what I was thinking. If you assume he bought all of his appliances, and he has money to go top of the Walmart line, it would add up fast.
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That isn't that odd.  Filling empty apartments is expensive.

This is what I was thinking. If you assume he bought all of his appliances, and he has money to go top of the Walmart line, it would add up fast.

Does Walmart sell appliances?


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That isn't that odd.  Filling empty apartments is expensive.

This is what I was thinking. If you assume he bought all of his appliances, and he has money to go top of the Walmart line, it would add up fast.

Does Walmart sell appliances?
not the full size ones, but he probably wouldn't have needed that stuff.  they do sell furniture, TV's, clothes, etc.