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Message no. 1
From: Loki <daddyjim@**********.COM>
Subject: [ADMIN] Re: SR Auction of Singles
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 1998 06:46:51 -0700
---Rich Smith <Fokker9202@***.COM> wrote:
> Hello there.
> Looking through my cards, I have found that I need a couple of more things.
> I wold like to bid $0.20 on each of the three Harlequeing's Games.

I'm posting this public as it's the third time in a recent period I've seen
prices and selling on the open list.

Please, people.

Once again, as set in the SRCard FAQ. Price lists, monetary offers, etc cannot
appear in the public forum of SRCard. The listerv that hosts us runs this
software under a non-commercial license. Selling is simply not allowed.

A post saying you're running an auction, or that you have cards for sale, is
fine. But the commercial aspect of it then needs to go off the list to private

This is a warning to wrap up the discussion of prices and bids here, go to
private mail on it. If it goes further I'll have to unsub the accounts involved.

Any questions, look through the posting guidelines in the SRCard FAQ (found at
the location in my sig) or email me.

-== Loki ==-
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Message no. 2
From: Rich Smith <Fokker9202@***.COM>
Subject: Re: [ADMIN] Re: SR Auction of Singles
Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 07:57:30 EDT

I apologize sincerely about the recent post I made that involved an auction I
am involved in. When its late at night, and you've been staring at the
computer for a while, you forget that all the emails you read and respond to
are from the listserv, and not the people who sent them to the listserv.

It wont happen again, and I apologize.


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