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The Round Table / Re: >**** ELKO SMASH ****<
« Last post by tellomon on July 31, 2017, 01:26:47 PM »
Am I sposed to read all that?

I got "and a person whose brain has been so damaged that he/she is maintained only by life support and is in a vegetative state." My heavy drug days are of no consequence.

It's the self-imposed isolation that I enjoy most.

Send many USD's asap! I'll manage just fine....



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The Round Table / Re: Ebay Up To Their Old Tricks
« Last post by callostemma on July 31, 2017, 12:46:03 PM »
Its when you use payapl topay.
It decides the postage
Honest sellers often refund some of the postage
However ebay   base their charges on the amount plus postage
the seller can claim a refund from refunded postage but it makes  extra work for them
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I....ummm...

No.

I'm such a dummy for Roo.   :troll2:

BBL.
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[This problem has been resolved.]
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The Round Table / Re: >**** ELKO SMASH ****<
« Last post by *CountessA* on July 30, 2017, 06:53:49 AM »
We breathe even when we sleep. (Unless we have incredibly bad sleep apnoea.)

To live... well, yes, living certainly implies more than existing. Existence is a state of being that could apply to an idea, a house, a piece of music, a planet, a memory. Living in the strict biological sense has a definite meaning, with life being "The condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity, and continual change preceding death."

In that biological sense, human beings are living creatures... but philosophically, some have drawn a distinction between "merely existing" and "living". If I were to draw that same distinction, I would probably identify a choice to enjoy life with our senses inasmuch as one can being a major point of distinction; I would also specify a tragic distinction in the difference between a person who is fully functioning and a person whose brain has been so damaged that he/she is maintained only by life support and is in a vegetative state.

Tello, if your life is weak, identify what events or issues are affecting it so that you feel that way. Then make some decisions. You are the helmsman of your ship, even going through treacherous and dangerous waters. The SS Tello is capable of not capsizing...
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I know - I admit it. I am not our lovely Roo. Have you emailed or phoned Roo to see whether she would like to take up your personal service offer?
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The Round Table / Re: Ebay Up To Their Old Tricks
« Last post by *CountessA* on July 30, 2017, 06:30:23 AM »
I haven't had this issue, but I am aware that quite a few people have.

The frustrating thing about it  - or at least ONE frustrating thing about it - is that if one hasn't experienced it oneself, it appears easy to blame the buyer for not doing the purchase in the right way. I know of one buyer who took screenshots of the whole process from "go to woe" to prove that she was not somehow missing a step or failing to do this or that in the process.
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The Round Table / Re: >**** ELKO SMASH ****<
« Last post by *Brum6y* on July 29, 2017, 11:43:57 AM »
He LIVES!  He BREATHES!

Well, he breathes, at least.

Last I heard, "living" was uncertain.  It was more like "existing".
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POSER>
Yer not Roo!!!!!
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The Round Table / Re: >**** ELKO SMASH ****<
« Last post by tellomon on July 28, 2017, 12:56:41 PM »
This thread is weak. So is my life.

Seems fair...



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