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post #16 of 32
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Originally Posted by kitonbrioni
Another excellent reason no to bid on ebay.

The more people who don't bid on eBay the better. More for me -- I would have nothing worth wearing otherwise. In these parts, the thrifts carry things that say John Deere.

Regards,
Huntsman
post #17 of 32
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by aportnoy


Sorry about that kronik.

Wear it in good health. If it doesn't fit, you already have a buyer. :P
post #18 of 32
There are many, far too many 38R, 15.5 and 9.5 in SF land



Luv that new smiley!!
post #19 of 32
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Originally Posted by EL72
There are many, far too many 38R, 15.5 and 9.5 in SF land



Luv that new smiley!!

Yeah, tell me about it.
post #20 of 32
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Originally Posted by EL72
There are many, far too many 38R, 15.5 and 9.5 in SF land



Luv that new smiley!!




^All us 38R, 15.5 and 9.5 on eBay.
post #21 of 32
More like this and then

Had to use the new smileys
post #22 of 32
^ Awesome fencing smiley. There is one thing worse than being 38R, 15.5 and 9.5 on eBay: Being 38R (or 40, depending), 15.5, and 13. Argh. Actually, I find 'meeting' SFers on eBay something like running across friends while 'out and about.' Kind of nice. Not, however, nice enough for me to post about items I am going to bid on! ~Huntsman
post #23 of 32
Another 38R, 15.5 here . At least my size 11 feet are my saving grace.
post #24 of 32
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Originally Posted by Huntsman
Actually, I find 'meeting' SFers on eBay something like running across friends while 'out and about.' Kind of nice. Not, however, nice enough for me to post about items I am going to bid on!


My sentiments exactly.
post #25 of 32
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Originally Posted by diorshoe
i remember a couple of months ago i was watching a Tramezza captoe monkstrap that was being opened at 249 dollars, which is 100 dollars less than they usually open for, and i was contemplating buying it, but then edmorel bid on it.
i could have bid over him, but i just figured hey , i respect that he bid, and i was debating, i rather have him win it at the cheapest price.

if it was someone else i dont know, i would have gotten angry.

Thank you sir and I just returned the favor, good luck


As for losing to other SF's, I don't mind and if I know an SFer is bidding, I don't bid unless his bid was way below where the item currently is.
post #26 of 32
I haven't run into any SFers on eBay, but would have no reservations about sniping an auction that an SFer was winning.

All's fair in love, war, and Edward Greens!
post #27 of 32
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Originally Posted by EL72
There are many, far too many 38R, 15.5 and 9.5 in SF land



Luv that new smiley!!

here there is another
post #28 of 32
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Originally Posted by edmorel
Thank you sir and I just returned the favor, good luck


As for losing to other SF's, I don't mind and if I know an SFer is bidding, I don't bid unless his bid was way below where the item currently is.


no need for returning favors, if you like what you see, dont be compelled not to bid over me! it is all fair.
post #29 of 32
No need to look out for me. I never bid until the last second anyway.
post #30 of 32
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Originally Posted by diorshoe
no need for returning favors, if you like what you see, dont be compelled not to bid over me! it is all fair.

Yeah but, like you, I don't feel the need to raise someone else's cost. There are enough shoes to go around. Now, if we were bidding on horses or women......
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