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Well gentlemen, I wanted to say thank you and goodbye.  I'm "retiring" from ebay thrift flipping since I'm taking the next step in my career, and finding a new side business which is a bit more passive.  I'll be starting the Superintendent's Development Program in about two weeks, and I've become infatuated with real estate investing and just bought my first rental property (I'll use property management so it's truly passive)!    I appreciate all the great advice and...
 As angry as I would be, you may want to swallow your pride temporarily, ignore his "deplorable" comment, and simply respond, "I'm sorry you felt that the experience was a neutral one, what can I do to change your feelings to a positive experience?"  If he ignores you and ebay eventually reviews the claim, they may see that you tried to make every effort possible.  In a best case scenario, he says blah blah, then you address it and he changes the feedback. Regardless, I've...
 Not sure how long it's been since you contacted the buyer, but give some extra time for the holidays.  Otherwise, this may help: http://pages.ebay.com/help/feedback/revision-request.html
  Start them high and leave them high, you'll find a buyer.  I can't find the completed auction for some reason, but I sold a pair for a hell of a lot more than I expected earlier this year.   Whatever works!  I'm also generally the "babies survived eons without this..." guy as well, but it drowns out the dog's click clacking nails. 
 If you haven't purchased one yet, buy a children's noise maker from walmart.  It will allow you to play white noise, heart beat, water, whatever.  It's peaceful and more important, we crank it to 100% so it drowns out sounds from outside the babies room and thus he's not woken up as easily.  We use white noise, the heartbeat is creepy. If you come across any 38, PM me, odds are, I may buy them!  I'm not sure how urban/rural you are, but I googled "local cobbler" and...
 I have this bookmarked but it's definitely not what I'm hoping to find someday, if you find something better please share! http://www.turnbullandasser.com/p/108/weaves  Yup, back in 2003!  They were generally USPS MOs. 
I'll do my best to get this back on track since I'm more than partially guilty for the derail: XL Pendleton Black Watch Tartan 100% Virgin Wool Shacket.  If interested I will take additional photos and provide measurements.   [[SPOILER]]
@SpooPoker   Any chance this beautiful suit matches the measurements in my sig?  Maybe I can find a sweet Tommy H. jacket to trade you       On a different note, on Sunday I hit a couple stores and tried looking for some fly 90's Tommy, Starter, etc.  At first I was like OH DAT CHAPS (below).  Then I saw the $24.99 price tag and cigarette burns on the sleeves.  Also not sure if it's even 90's, but I have to admit it was fun to look for something different from the...
 I was double charged once for a label and the refund came through my monthly seller account.  They credited me the second label against my monthly charges.  Sorry I do not have any more specific information, but take a look in that area if you haven't already.
 The archery and horses make me think Mongol/Mongolian. Best of luck with your new sales area.  If you're not aware of the regional rate A (RRA) side loading boxes, check them out here: https://store.usps.com/store/browse/uspsProductDetailMultiSkuDropDown.jsp?productId=P_RRB_A2&categoryId=priority-mail.  They're a flat rate in a sense box with postage only purchasable online.  You can generally fit 2 piece suits, or individual SCs in.  Postage ranges from about $5.84 to...
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