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Post Posted: Sat Dec 04, 2004 5:42 am 
 

I knew it!  no wonder why people keep just giving them to me!

but its always nice to have something to horde :D
maybe one day I'll put an auction on ebay......


D&D 1,000 B2's RARE OOP [email protected]@K RARE!
starting bid 1,000,000 see if anyone bites  :o

Hey if some guy can sell a peace of grilled cheese for $28,000 I can get a million dollars for 1,000 B2's :D

  


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Post Posted: Sat Dec 04, 2004 6:16 am 
 

Yes my watch list is consistantly near 100 or at 100, but I have several diferent categories of items I watch.  So keeping them to either bid or gauge prices fills that list up fast when the number of listed items s in the thousands.

beyondthebreach wrote:That is true, but the limit is 100 items!  Is anyone here watching that many auctions?  :?:


"What can I get for $10?"

"Mint Rare and Shrinkwrapped-just pick that bar of soap up for us pls, we love you long time!"

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Post Posted: Sun Dec 05, 2004 2:56 am 
 

Well now it all makes sense.  I kept seeing laughable bids on popular or rare items and couldnt figure out why someone would even think it would stand.  How the hell you guys keep track of a hundred auctions or so at the same time is beyond me.  I have trouble with more than ten.  :D

  
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