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From: Loki <daddyjim@**********.COM>
Subject: [ADMIN] Personal Trade Replies ( was Re: [TRADE] Jon Doud's
Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 09:18:43 -0700
---JD <germany@*****************.COM> wrote:
> -
> >The only card I have for you is Lucky Wabbit's Foot (I don't have any
> >double of this one) and the only card you offer that I still don't have
> >is Lord Torgo. Think about it. My card is not going anywhere, not
> even
> >in my decks, so I'm not in a hurry...
> Sorry, but Lord Torgo has already been traded. Thanks for your
> interest, though.

I have already unsubbed one poster to this thread. Others should consider this
a warning.

This thread of personal trades stops here.

I'm posting this to the list as replies to Personal Trade posts has become a
real issue of late.

I've dropped to a one warning policy on trade replies until things get back
under control. One warning, and then your account is unsubbed. I'm sorry, but
gentler methods and more than a single warning apparently haven't worked.

The sad part is I'm finding that the large number of offenders on peronsal
trade posts are names we've seen around the list for a while, as opposed to

Those who are unsubbed may rejoin the list, but I ask that they go through the
FAQ and really understand posting guidelines before doing so.

Thanx for you time.

-== Loki ==-
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