New-old-stock HP-35 Calculator top in original bag - Ebay Link



#2

Ebay Link


Edited: 16 Dec 2007, 8:35 p.m. after one or more responses were posted


#3

There is not a NEW calculator in this auction

I have a recommendation (choose one):

1)Stop posting needless ebay links.
-or-
2) If you are going to post mindless links, at least READ the auction
before dumping links on the forum.
-or-
3) Along with your repetitive ebay posts, why don't you contribute
something useful, like answering a question based on your experience
or asking an interesting question, or SOMETHING that involves original
thought and effort.

Option 3 would be my suggestion.


#4

I didn't say:
"NEW calculator"
but
"New-old-stock HP-35 Calculator top in original bag"

You are not forced to look my topics. :>]

Edited: 16 Dec 2007, 8:30 p.m.


#5

It reads so now, only because you edited after my post. My request is not to have you edit your ebay posts, but to not make so many in the first place.

#6

Better yet, I think you should relegate auction links to the CLASSIFIED ADS area where they belong. At least in that section there are terms of use for posting ads (e.g auctions/For sale/Trade).

#7

yea glenno;
you're driving up the prices ;-)
and making it hard for overpricing ebaby resellers to get stuff cheap ;-)


#8

Watch it! For a similar post, I was blamed some days ago d;-)

#9

I am giving chance to all :-)

#10

I concur with Allen. It seems that gileno has returned to his modus operandi, now that sufficient time has passed since the kerfuffle with Valentin Albillo in February. Valentin has not posted here since October 31 (I don't know the reason), so apparently the "coast is clear" for a return to his earlier patterns of posting.

I've opened many of the eBay links that Gileno has posted, some of which were interesting out of mild curiosity. However, the posting and discussion of limited-time auction items provides no enduring value to the Forum Archives. The link will be dead in 90 days, and the item will be unavailable long before that.

-- KS

Edited: 17 Dec 2007, 1:00 a.m.


#11

Back in January, when Dave ran a poll asking for opinions on banning eBay postings, or moving them to a separate Forum, or leaving things as they were, I voted for "No change." But if that poll were held today I'd vote differently, thanks to gileno.

#12

Please put an end to those comments. Nobody is forced to read


#13

You're not forced to read the comments, either.

#14

Who died and appointed you (eBay) Town Caller? We are all adults here and if we want to occasionally, regularly, or obsessively look at eBay calculator auction, we can do so on our own.


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