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  • #16
    Yeah, gotta be honest, that Buzz is worth nowhere near that price, especially used.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Joshua Olmsted View Post
      Yeah, gotta be honest, that Buzz is worth nowhere near that price, especially used.
      Not used...just the fleck in plastic. Thank you for your price critique.
      I go by what I see ending prices on most of the forums and auction sites.
      (a.k.a. here, ebay, dgr,clearwater store and dgcr). I did lower the lot price though.
      Nihilists! F@#$ me. I mean, say what you like about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it's an ethos.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by ChainBanger View Post
        I don't care that it sold to an out of stater. I just think that when someone inquires about an object they might get the first opportunity to buy it.

        Andrew, I think you missed my point
        example:
        I go to a Flea Market and ask a seller if he has something special not on display. He goes to his car and gets that special thing and hands it to me to see. Then somebody else says to the seller "I will take what that guy is looking at", and it's sold before I can say that I will take it. It's inconsiderate, that's all, and if you cared about keeping bonds with in state buyers you will remember this.

        Do you get it now? This has nothing to do with you selling it to somebody out of state.

        sorry, back to topic!
        I get your frustrations. Believe me I've been on the other side of the deal a lot. For me I chalk it up to; someone asked about a disc, said they would be right back to look at it, I go to the back room and find one and bring it out to the shelf, in the mean time someone with cash in hand walks up and offers to buy that disc. As a business I can't turn down a sale that's in hand. (for example, how many times has someone said they'd "be right back" to buy something from your garage sale etc only to not return). I'm sorry how things worked out but it's just Disc Golf. Throw Plastic At Metal. Cheers,
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        • #19
          Singles on sale in two hours!!
          Nihilists! F@#$ me. I mean, say what you like about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it's an ethos.

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          • #20
            How about a Tupperware party. Maybe someone in Oly could host a PDX-SEA disc swap meet. Everyone grab their old plastic and do some horse trading. More like a FleaMart than FlyMart, but it beats all the computer work to put up a bunch of discs and maintain it so you don't have to PM 12 different people that you already sold that one disc.
            What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?

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            • #21
              Last chance. Next they go on FeeBay!!
              Nihilists! F@#$ me. I mean, say what you like about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it's an ethos.

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