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(11-18-2012 10:48 AM)bonnev659 Wrote: for me it is sad... as i feel bad for those who didnt' have a say who works for those brands
I know how it feels to be out of work and it sucks
hence why i have my hobbies, and to me it helps
(11-18-2012 02:19 PM)irbecards32 Wrote: It is sad... and whats worse is the Union boss that told them to strike makes $300,000 a year and he kept his job!
(11-20-2012 09:06 PM)irbecards32 Wrote: Just checked ended auctions & prices took a nose dive today. Looks like I got eid of mine in time. I ended up selling 16 of 17 so far for $530. 3 people still havnt paid. After shipping, ebay fees & original purchase price my profits were about $300-$320... Wouldve been lower since the perfect size box to ship them in was $3.50 per box, so I took a buncha cardboard slip sheets from work and just made my own boxes... Talk about aLOOOOONG BORRRING pain in the butt!! But it saved me $56 in boxes . lol
Majority of min were bought by people in the UK, the 3 odd places were the island of Cyprus, Singapore & an Ireland address that doesnt consist of any numbers. No house number or zip code. I mailed the girl asking where the numbers were and she said that her town or whatever it is doesnt have numbers. Its just one street with 7 houses... I havnt shipped that one yet so im sure it will be a chore with the dingbats that work at my postoffice haha