Re: [Z_Scale] Re: EBAY topics
- I agree, I HATE it, I certainly do not LOVE it. when I was at a toy fair
selling items (including Z gauge) when I had paid for a table with a give
frontage to have a couple of people mauling over the items and one telling the
other and me as well that he purchased on e bay last week for half what I was
selling it for. 'Been there, got the Tee shirt' Bob Fage (in the UK)
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- Hi Michael,
I guess I am different then you are because I would much rather read
spirited conversation by a large number of people about something that
effects asll of us (i.e. what eBay is going to charge us to sell our Z
scale items) then I would mundane conversation that effects a very few
people (i.e. how to re-assemble the gears in a croc after you have
taken it apart).
I enjoy reading what other like minder people are thinking.
--- In email@example.com, Michael Hilliard <mchwilton@...> wrote:
> Hello again,
> David, Alex, and the rest of you, Glen made his posting after I
spoke to him on the phone (funny huh, actually talking to someone live
on a phone call?, I think Bill K. would be proud, rest his soul). As
far as "free speech, would you like me to say I'm selling F'ing
something on god darn E-Bay but everyone knows where to find e-bay
> It's one thing to warn other members of a bad seller (with
documentation) on e-bay, but it';s quite another to simply bi*ch about
e-bay or any other site for whatever reason..
> Free speach only goes so far as I've tryrd to show above. The
line has to be drawn somewhere, that line was "not" drawn by Glen,
it's simply a line of good descresion left to interrpritation, this is
a G rated group, can we keep it that way?
> These topics have generated conversation, negative in my opinion.
I did not read all replys, but I haven't read anything positive or
constructive. Just b*ching undeserved by "US" the moderaters/owners &
list members. We do have certain "rules"to help keep this a happy
family of Z scalers, but some push the limits, a very few, not all
> One last note, the word HATE is a very big word... If you have a
problem with "my" words, please conact me off list @ mchwilton@... or
203-762-2476. Bluntly your's,
> Micheal Hilliard
> Wilton, CT USA
> co-moderater of z_scale
> P.S. my toes are just fine...<smile>
> wplives.org> wrote:
> Ah, you just stepped into my pet peeve...let me be blunt.
> Glen is the group OWNER. Free speech does not apply with ANY group in
> yahoogroups. They (each group) are privately run by private individuals.
> THEY make the rules, not the First Amendment. If you don't like it, tell
> Glen off list. By my count there are 2 owners and 3 moderators for this
> list. It is their job to moderate the list not yours. There are
> members here, there is no way he (Glen) or his team can make
> So it is his rules we live by. Life goes on.
> My apologies to Glen and his management team for stepping on their
> this reply.
> David Epling
> Western Pacific Railroad Museum
> Model Railroad Committee Chairman
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Alex" <butasama@...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2008 6:11 PM
> Subject: [Z_Scale] Re: EBAY topics
> Why not?
> This seems to be a hot topic for many in this group... both sellers
> and buyers alike.
> This topic has generated more discussion than any other of late.
> Free speach?
> Tokyo, Japan
> --- In email@example.com, "Glen Chenier" <glen@> wrote:
> > Gents;
> > We understand the concept of frustration with certain services, and
> > good it feels to vent, and so far all replies are in agreement.
> > However, this list is not the place to vent. Please refrain from
> > further posts on Ebay and Paypal fee topics.
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