The new video game, Rush Limbaugh, has hit the Internet, and it’s a game where you must sell your car.
Now the online auction site Craigslist is offering a $2,000 “rental” for a 2015 Toyota Camry, and other websites are offering a similar offer.
(There’s a bit of a twist here: Craigslist says it is not selling the car, but is just selling the vehicle as a “pre-sale” vehicle.)
What’s the problem?
Well, the video game is not as good as it might seem, and many people are upset about its $2 million price tag.
But the seller is not the real estate agent who would be selling the home, and the seller isn’t actually the realtor.
He’s just a fictional character named Mr. Rush Limbaugh who has sold thousands of cars on the Internet.
In his new book, Rush: The Real Truth About The New Internet, Rush writes that he “has done this for more than 30 years, and have sold thousands, if not millions, of cars in the process.”
He says that many of his customers are real estate agents.
And what about the buyer?
In fact, the buyer is not really the real one at all.
In a book about selling, The Big Deal: How I Went from New York to The Biggest Deal in the Country, author Bob McElroy wrote that Limbaugh is a fictional real estate broker named Mr: “Rush” Limbaugh who lives in an upscale suburb of Los Angeles.
In the book, Mr. Limbaugh says that he is a salesman with the firm of Rush and Associates, which he owns and is known for, and that his real name is John Rush Limbaugh.
The real Rush Limbaugh is not actually Mr. R. Limbaugh.
In fact he is Mr. John Rush.
What’s a real estate agency, then?
Rush and his agent, Mr Rush, run a brokerage firm called Rush and Rush Associates.
And they sell real estate for real estate brokers, not real estate buyers.
That’s where the problem comes in.
In real estate, a broker is a broker, not a car dealer, says McElroys book.
A broker is the person who sells the home to the buyer.
In this case, the real home is not a house, it’s just the property.
In real estate transactions, the seller must negotiate a price with the realty company.
It’s called a contract.
In an online auction, the bidding starts on the web.
And when the bid hits $2.2 million, the actual selling price is determined.
So, the auctioneer is actually selling the property, not the home.
What happens if you don’t pay?
The seller can simply give up, says Limbaugh.
The seller doesn’t really have any other choice, says Mr. McElroth.
He can either go into bankruptcy, which is when you go to the courts and pay your debts, or he can go to jail for defaulting on the contract.
He also can’t sell the property unless he agrees to pay the money back, says Rush.
The seller has to agree to pay back the money, and he has to make sure that he does.
If he doesn’t, the sellers goes to jail.
Rush says the seller of the Camry was upset because he wasn’t getting paid for the car.
The buyer says he is very disappointed that he wasn.
Rush says it’s really frustrating.
“We have had a lot of people in this world who are so desperate and desperate to get this car, and so desperate that they will sell it for less than what they actually paid,” Rush said.
“It’s sad that they’re trying to take advantage of people.
It is very sad.”
Rush says that there are some legitimate reasons why people would sell a car, though.
He says many people buy a car because they want to own their own home, or they like the sound of a car.
He adds that the car is a great investment because it can be put to good use.