Instead of having a garage sale, people should have an ebay sale. You could
make a lot more money.
I think I will go home to night and clean out my garage.
Watch for my auctions on ebay, especially my jacks ;-)
When they first invented the clock, how did they know what time it was to
set it to?
----- Original Message -----
To: Larry Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 1999 12:24 PM
Subject: Re: Another Ebay Ripoff
> Someone could/should write a book about the foolish bids on ebay.
> As an avid pool player, I watch the bids on cues. The other day, someone
> high bidder on a "Palmer Custom Cue" for something like $735.00. The
> stated right in the description that he bought it in another ebay auction
> weeks before for $490.00. The cue is probably worth $300-$400 at best.
> On the other hand, there are some good deals there if you choose to be
> and admit to yourself that few things on ebay are really that rare.
> McKinley Morganfield, MS
> Larry Miller wrote:
> > Someone just bid $41 for a Bugeye kit that you can buy from Triple-C.com
> > $24. Same exact kit. The seller does not even need to have the kit, just
> > orders it when he gets the bidders money.
> > Larry Miller
> > http://www.ado13.com
> > When they first invented the clock, how did they know what time it was
> > set it to?