[rescue] Oh, and I still...
wwill at siu.edu
Tue Nov 23 14:17:06 CST 2004
It's first come, and Walter Belger from the Netherlands has made an
interrogative. If he doesn't get back to me with details soon, it's yours.
I'll need an address and a preferred shipping method to figure postage for
you frpom the 62901 zip code.
I've never done a paypal money exchange before, but I suspect it isn't too
hard to do, that would be acceptable. Or snail mail a money order (or a
shipping label via snail- or e- mail if you already have an account with
somebody) for the postage amount. It's in an antistatic bag, inside a box,
which will go in a padded envelope.
I'm throwing in the fibre cable, prep pads, and ends that came with it, it
has never been used, brand new condition. Might have been in a slot a time
or two but they never ran the fibre pipe over here to the desktop.
At 03:04 PM 11/23/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>hi wes - if its still up for grabs id like it - thanks -- billp
>On Tuesday, Nov 23, 2004, at 13:19 US/Eastern, Wes Will wrote:
>> ...have that 605-1494 fibre transceiver card for free plus the cost of
>> shipping it (USPS, whatever you like), if anybody needs fibre in their
>> Wes Will
>> LINUX _is_ user friendly. It's just picky about who its friends are.
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