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Jonathan Miller
2004-08-30, 22:06
Hi guys,

I have an old school wired Slimp3 I want to sell. I tried to sell it
on ebay, but had too high of a reserve. Mine came with a Sony remote,
I think that makes it a pretty early one. If you'd like to buy it
please respond to my email, crapulent (AT) gmail (DOT) com with a subject of
"slimp3 for sale"

Thanks to anyone who's interested

Enno Davids
2004-08-31, 00:06
On Mon, Aug 30, 2004 at 10:06:25PM -0700, Jonathan Miller wrote:
|Hi guys,
|
|I have an old school wired Slimp3 I want to sell. I tried to sell it
|on ebay, but had too high of a reserve. Mine came with a Sony remote,
|I think that makes it a pretty early one. If you'd like to buy it
|please respond to my email, crapulent (AT) gmail (DOT) com with a subject of
|"slimp3 for sale"

I'm certainly interested, depending on what you want for it of course...
although as an aussie (i.e. me) you may want to consider people closer to
home first. (Old remotes don't bother me as both of my first two slim's
came that way (from the original hand assembled batch of 100 units no less).


E.

Jonathan Miller
2004-08-31, 17:37
> I'm certainly interested, depending on what you want for it of course...
> although as an aussie (i.e. me) you may want to consider people closer to
> home first. (Old remotes don't bother me as both of my first two slim's
> came that way (from the original hand assembled batch of 100 units no less).
>
> E.


I'm not sure it's ok to use this list to sell things. If you'd like
to make an offer please email me directly. Or somebody correct me if
I'm wrong and it is ok to try to get a bidding war going on the list.
;)

Jonathan

dean
2004-08-31, 21:12
For the time being, it's ok to post a "for sale" offer on the list. If
the volume gets too high, we'll start discouraging it.

Responses to such offers should be made off-list.

Thanks,


dean

On Aug 31, 2004, at 5:37 PM, Jonathan Miller wrote:

>> I'm certainly interested, depending on what you want for it of
>> course...
>> although as an aussie (i.e. me) you may want to consider people
>> closer to
>> home first. (Old remotes don't bother me as both of my first two
>> slim's
>> came that way (from the original hand assembled batch of 100 units no
>> less).
>>
>> E.
>
>
> I'm not sure it's ok to use this list to sell things. If you'd like
> to make an offer please email me directly. Or somebody correct me if
> I'm wrong and it is ok to try to get a bidding war going on the list.
> ;)
>
> Jonathan
>

Jonathan Miller
2004-08-31, 21:53
That's what I figured, thanks for the clarification Dean.

On Tue, 31 Aug 2004 21:12:25 -0700, dean blackketter
<dean (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com> wrote:
> For the time being, it's ok to post a "for sale" offer on the list. If
> the volume gets too high, we'll start discouraging it.
>
> Responses to such offers should be made off-list.
>
> Thanks,
>
> dean
>
>
>
> On Aug 31, 2004, at 5:37 PM, Jonathan Miller wrote:
>
> >> I'm certainly interested, depending on what you want for it of
> >> course...
> >> although as an aussie (i.e. me) you may want to consider people
> >> closer to
> >> home first. (Old remotes don't bother me as both of my first two
> >> slim's
> >> came that way (from the original hand assembled batch of 100 units no
> >> less).
> >>
> >> E.
> >
> >
> > I'm not sure it's ok to use this list to sell things. If you'd like
> > to make an offer please email me directly. Or somebody correct me if
> > I'm wrong and it is ok to try to get a bidding war going on the list.
> > ;)
> >
> > Jonathan
> >