Re: [Ancientartifacts] Re: Is this authentic?

    I'm new to this group, but not new to the subject.  I believe each person is his own arbitor of conduct.  I cannot say what is right for anyone but myself.
Personally I can find little fault in men and women who cherish human history like sincere collectors and dealers.  There are dishonest dealers like there are
dishonest Insurance salesmen.  It is a part of life.  How one responds to adversity in this field is a measuring stick of his own character.  Having said all of that
I think it important to realize that when I read the phrase "taking it in the shorts" ... it made me want to gouge out my minds-eye.   :-)  (Tim, are you getting my emails?)
----- Original Message -----
From: joeb3720
Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 9:54 PM
Subject: [Ancientartifacts] Re: Is this authentic?


Maybe I worded my original message incorrectly or insentively. I
have been burned so many times on Ebay (by unethical sellers) it's
not even funny and I came here to get confirmation before I paided.
Steve, I will pay without a doubt if proven authentic.

--- In, Gary Jensen <gjkmt1946@...>
> So........anytime YOU find you have made a mistake , just go ahead
and follow it through and take it in the shorts? Even if it means
YOU are getting "stiffed". Articles are usually paid for before
shipping, so there is no way a seller is going to get "stiffed", it
is simply a "lost sale". Big deal~ If you are the seller of the item
this fellow is speaking of perhaps you should just lighten up and
make the sale, since he is asking the right people to find his
answer. There are hundreds of "ethical" bidders getting stiffed on
ebay every day. That's the reason this group exists?
> Gary Jensen
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Steve Minor <relicdigar@...>
> To:
> Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 6:01:21 PM
> Subject: [Ancientartifacts] Re: Is this authentic?
> Joe,
> Please never bid on anything I put up for auction. (nevermind, you
> now blocked). Have you ever considered gaining your education
> you place your bids? Have you ever considered being an ethical
> To "stiff" a seller is theft, pure and simple. You had plenty of
> to post your questions or contact the seller. You have entered into
> contract and you should follow it. Grow up.
> Steve Minor
> --- In Ancientartifacts@ yahoogroups. com, "joeb3720" <joebartz@ .>
> wrote:
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I just made a 'leap of faith' on this artifact:
> >
> > http://tinyurl. com/5nl4ah
> >
> > Before I pay for it, is this handaxe authentic? If not, I will
> > they seller.
> >
> > Thanks for the help,
> > Joe
> >
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