I take offense to that(kind of). I have quite a few very expensive things to sell on ebay which are ALL properly described and I have'nt access to a scanner. People still buy from me and are always satisfied(154 positives, no negatives).
> That would be it. I knew something sounded familiar about this, but I couldn't
> put my finger on it so early in the morning. Now, why he thinks it's worth
> $4,500.00, especially as it's been used, is beyond me. Note: all Ebay auctions
> without pictures might as well be considered fraudulent. How many people out
> there really don't have access to a scanner and/or digital camera these days,
> that just happen to have very valuable items for sale?
> > Maybe he means a promotion at McDonalds with scratch off game pieces? It's
> > pretty cool, cuz the paper had 9 places to scratch, and if you scratched the
> > wrong space, it would say Zap! But if you got the right space, it said
> > something like you win a cheeseburger or something. It's better than today's
> > boring
> > stuff. Read it here:
> > http://www.atari-history.com/archives/mcdonalds/mcdonalds_atari.html
> <-- If it was dead, it would be Necroflippia (oh, notice the toplessness :)
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