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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Why did your friend feel you needed that?
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    I dont know. Maybe because we were joking around about him having a ton of kids.
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Quote Originally Posted by Amy Lee;2869204;
    I dont know. Maybe because we were joking around about him having a ton of kids.
    Ah ha. He's America's Playa!
    Yup, with donuts!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;2868758;
    I need some help with a problem that probably has no solution, but I thought I'd ask anyway. You know how you can get attached to pens, and you just want what you want? I'm trying to find a Papermate, refillable, retractable (click) pen that has a colored plastic lower half with a silvertone tip, and a silvertone upper half. I used to see them in black, red, and blue lower halves. It came in a slender style and a regular style. I have looked and looked, but I can't locate these pens....only the cheaper clear, all plastic pens. Help!
    Same one I used to use also, can't find them (after reading unklescotts post - I see why) back to a parker for me, even though the body is a tad fat.

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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    I used to LOVE ebay. But its ridiculous now. But a few years ago it was possible to buy things at reasonable prices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;2869444;
    I used to LOVE ebay. But its ridiculous now. But a few years ago it was possible to buy things at reasonable prices.

    I agree - there are still some great deals there, but I do not have the patience to find them. Mr. Margaritaville handles all Ebay transactions in our house, he loves it! I just tell him what I want, and he finds it. And the man can be tight, so he finds the bargains - let me tell you

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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;2869444;
    I used to LOVE ebay. But its ridiculous now. But a few years ago it was possible to buy things at reasonable prices.
    I actually got really lucky with e-bay recently. For years I wore only one shade of lipstick, MAC's Marrakesh, which was, of course, discontinued. I found a few tubes on e-bay, but the last time I looked, the price had gone up to $80. Faaaar too much. So I had to go on the almost endless search for another colour that works on me, and after 18 months and the purchase of approximately 25 tubes of really unflattering shades, I discovered L'Oreal's Endless Kiss in Java Jive at a liveable $14 a tube. And of course, six months later it was discontinued. Arrrrgggggh. Anyway, I went back to e-bay and found someone selling ten tubes of the same stuff at $4 per tube, so I'm now set for at least ten years with my 14 tubes of Java Jive and 6 tubes of Marrakesh.
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    That's great Rattus. I'm like you, I find a shade I like and I stick with it. I hate when they discontinue stuff.

    I used to be able to get scrapbooking supplies on ebay at great prices. Sadly no more.
    And the S&H on some of that stuff is outrageous now. I mean, come on, it really doesn't cost THAT much to ship. I know because I've checked some of the rates myself.
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    No kidding about the shipping charges. I always make a point of checking what the seller is indicating the shipping will be before bidding. I mean, I can't really see how two different people can charge either $2.15 or $20 for shipping a pair of earrings from the US to Canada. Methinks the person asking for $20 is trying to rip me off.
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Quote Originally Posted by Rattus;2869705;
    No kidding about the shipping charges. I always make a point of checking what the seller is indicating the shipping will be before bidding. I mean, I can't really see how two different people can charge either $2.15 or $20 for shipping a pair of earrings from the US to Canada. Methinks the person asking for $20 is trying to rip me off.
    Ain't that the truth!
    I have always been very fair on shipping when I have sold on ebay. I may add a $1 or 2 to cover the cost of the packaging (while I try to recycle peanuts and bubblewrap, sometimes you do have to purchase supplies), but I'm not out to make a profit on the shipping. That's what you list it for or you put a reserve price on it to at least get what you really want for it.

    And honestly don't these sellers think we've figured that out by now? The shipping prices I mean.
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