[rescue] Blade 100
velociraptor at gmail.com
Mon Jun 12 16:54:38 CDT 2006
On 6/12/06, Charles Shannon Hendrix <shannon at widomaker.com> wrote:
> Mon, 12 Jun 2006 @ 12:24 -0400, Nadine said:
> > Yes, I know exactly what you mean--it's kind of like searching for
> > auctions with mis-spelled words, but instead you look at the
> > description and match it to whatever is pictured. That's how I bought
> > a Pismo back in '02 or so that was described as a Lombard, and made
> > almost double what I paid when I turned around and sold it.
> I once asked a guy if he had an HP XU800 or an XM600 server for sale.
> Next thing I know he ended the auction, and created a new one for double
> the price.
> Still, sometimes you have to ask or you get stuck with a stinker.
True, but sometime being a little cagey with your questions can get
you what you need:
"Is the item in the auction photos the actual item you have for sale
in the auction?"
"Could you please provide a photograph of the back of the system in
high resolution so I can verify the description you've given in the
Obviously, these might not always get everything you need, but at
least as starters, those questions don't tip your hand too much.
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