So, which one is it?<br><br>BTW - I've got a nice 7300/300 with a 17' trinitron and a teleport platinum modem, sitting on the LR floor waiting to go. Any takers there?<br><br><br>Don't be too circumspective - you'll end up traveling slower than the speed of life.
The Bill of Rights doesn't grant us our rights, it merely enumerates them.
I'll trade ya' a G3'd 7100 and 6100, packed with RAM, with a whopping 36G internal on the 7100, a G3 beige 300, a crystal clear Apple 19" CRT monitor, and all the freakin' ADB keyboards and mice you need. Just to get this crap out of here. <br><br>This all reminds me I have too much that I'll probably never use. Out of all the stuff I've collected or put out of use over the years, the SE/30's have been the only two I ever sold whole, and one power supply for a Quadra 610. Purged all my Quadra's and earlier about 3 years ago.<br><br>------> JD's Trivia game<br><br>------> MCF-MM Trivia game
someone offered me $950 to end my auction early and complete the transaction today. i told him i think it's against Ebay policy. he just responded back: <blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I think technically you are correct about ending soon being against the rules. I understand. It' pretty common for people to end early. I have done it through the "buy it now" function (I just negotiate the price and then set it at a time I know the bidder will be able to bif right away). The reason I ask is I am in need of doing something pretty quick. I have a project I am going to start this next Friday, so I figured I would ask. I would be willing to do $1000 if that including shipping if you were still do the "buy it now" feature. We could just time it so I was able to pick it up right as you added that function. If not I think I'm just gonna pick up a new iMac for 1100. <p><hr></blockquote><p>i am going to recommend he buy a new iMac. <br><br>Kate is no longer the high bidder. heh.<br><br>
Someone goosed the bid again! Let's get it moving fast <br><br>eBayers:<br><br>What does it mean when my name changes to something other than starmillway in the list of those who've bid on a product?<br>I mean why do they do this? Just so we can't tell who is bidding? ???<br><br><br><br><br>
it shows up accurately for me. perhaps they just let the seller see things correctly? i just don't have the experience to know for sure. <br><br>i do note that they show only the bidders who had the last high bid that got beat. so, if you bid $300 first and someone came along and bid $20 and then $40 and another person came along and bid $150 their names would appear at $20, $40, and $150 and your name would then appear at $151 until someone bid more on up to $300. your name wouldn't appear in the end unless you were beat with a bid over $300.<br><br>
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