Jonathan Kelley jonkelley at gmail.com
Sat Apr 2 01:59:10 CDT 2011

Well typically when someone posts an item for sale it is assumed in working
condition unless otherwise stated by default.

On Sat, Apr 2, 2011 at 1:48 AM, Brad Knowles <brad at shub-internet.org> wrote:

> On Apr 1, 2011, at 2:18 PM, Alex Bartonek wrote:
> > Why would something be wrong with it? Never used it.
> That wasn't obvious from the posting, and not a lot of details were
> provided regarding why it wasn't used or why it didn't work out or why it
> needs to be sold now.
> If I'm going to consider buying something, especially from someone other
> than a retail location that I actively researched and chose on my own, I
> usually like to try to do a bit more research on the subject and find out
> the whys as well as the hows and how much.  But maybe that's just me.
> I know that I sometimes buy stuff that I don't end up using, and if that's
> the case then fair enough.  And I know that sometimes I buy stuff that I
> have not used yet but which I would still like to use, but temporary money
> issues require me to put my plans on the back burner and sell that to
> someone else.  And if that's the case, then also fair enough.
> I just like to know why something is being sold, as much as anything else.
>  Sometimes the why tells you more about the product and whether or not it
> will work for you, than anything else you could read or learn about the
> product short of buying it yourself and then discovering first-hand what the
> issues are.
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