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Topic # 6808 24-Feb-2006 14:25
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http://www.trademe.co.nz/Antiques-collectables/Advertising/auction-48857278.htm

Check this website out and u can get the chance to bd on super beans!! Beans that give you power like never before!!

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Reply # 29271 24-Feb-2006 14:38
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I have moved this to the Off Topic forum, and removed the duplicate post... As a good geek you should know better than double-posting, url dropping and other things that make people unpopular.

And SHOUTING in the subject is not better either.







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  Reply # 29274 24-Feb-2006 14:43
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Hey sorri didnt mean to shout in my post. Whats the off topic forum? And i didnt mean to duplicate the post. Whts url dropping?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 29275 24-Feb-2006 14:49
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The Off Topic forum is this one, instead of the other focused forums.

Url dropping is people posting links to their own sites - and auctions - for self-promotion, without contributing to other discussions. In summary something selfish...







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  Reply # 29276 24-Feb-2006 14:51
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Sorry if you thought it seemed selfish, i am trying to give people the oppurtunity to try out super beans a one off offer

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Reply # 29279 24-Feb-2006 15:13
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It does look like and interesting an funny thing, but "Check this website out"??? Everyone knows what is trademe, no need to "check this website", and the sentence is more like "check my joke auction, make it a viral thing, so that people can check my other auctions".

Viral things are natural, not forced.







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  Reply # 29280 24-Feb-2006 15:20
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Nah i dont care if people look at my other auctions. Its just something funny for people to have a laugh about

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