Fall of the Polycotton Empire

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Fall of the Polycotton Empire

Postby lord ched on Wed Dec 02, 2009 1:29 am

Alas, I looked at the balance sheet, blanched, realized this was going to be more than I expected it to be, and have elected to get out of this entertaining but exhausting racket. Most of my big-ish items are up on auction, to take advantage of the Xmas rush, and I might put one or two more up tomorrow (a couple of new acquisitions, and maybe a couple of things from the inventory I'm dithering on). You might get bargoons for yourself, or your store; check it out!

http://stores.shop.ebay.ca/Polycotton-E ... QQ_armrsZ1
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Re: Fall of the Polycotton Empire

Postby jimmyj on Wed Dec 02, 2009 2:47 am

:(
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Re: Fall of the Polycotton Empire

Postby hermosavtg on Wed Dec 02, 2009 4:37 pm

Whats with all the blow out auctions? I noticed Jimmy is doing the same. I think that the xmas shopping season would be the best time to capitalize on high priced "buy it now" items.
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Re: Fall of the Polycotton Empire

Postby jimmyj on Wed Dec 02, 2009 5:19 pm

I'm closing my store in the new year in favor of the blog and forum! Everything must go. I'm still going to do the occasional special auctions, but for the most part I'm looking forward to collecting from here on in. :D
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Re: Fall of the Polycotton Empire

Postby hermosavtg on Wed Dec 02, 2009 6:07 pm

Truly the end of an era! Upstarts like myself will have a tall task trying to fill your shoes.
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Re: Fall of the Polycotton Empire

Postby CRAZYBUBBA on Thu Dec 03, 2009 2:25 am

hermosavtg wrote:Whats with all the blow out auctions? I noticed Jimmy is doing the same. I think that the xmas shopping season would be the best time to capitalize on high priced "buy it now" items.


Shhhh!! *runs away to shop online*
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