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Old 04-28-2008, 09:36 AM   #3
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eBay is a source only if you really, really want the item and can't get it from any other vendor.
Or can get it from another vendor but at a much higher price while you can get it new from ebay for a lot less - and you really can't afford the higher prcie (or... simply think: why pay more than you have to?)

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I consider eBay to be a source of last resort
That's what I started out with (I'm really short of cash atm and I do need some things) but I quickly realized there isn't a very good reason to pay a high price when you can get exactly the same thing at a much lower price. Going only for what I really need for now, but I've made a few mental notes to look for other things.

   
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