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Ebay changed rules and some other things back in 2008. There used to be a 3 month history of completed auctions and buyers history but that has been reduced to 4 weeks or so. Still you can tell who outbid you at the last second on that item you bid on.
Any Ebay user can do this and its all perfectly legal since it is public information.
Added by Wayne Whitted on February 24, 2011 at 11:30 — 4 Comments
Gonna have a little fun- and if anyone here gets PO'd at me, well, I'm sorry. But this will be fun and keep you on your toes.
Starting today, I'm starting a series called The Name Game. Yeap, I'm going to post a picture of a character from the knife industry or cutlery history and your job is to guess who it is. I'll provide a little clue too. Prizes?…Continue
Added by Scott King on February 22, 2011 at 14:30 — 16 Comments
Added by Scott King on February 18, 2011 at 8:19 — 1 Comment
1. A knife structure comprising:
a handle body having a trench mounted on one side thereof for receiving at least a foldable tool and a media player mounted on the other side thereof, wherein the media player comprises a plurality of function keys, a monitor, a LED light, an identifier, a microphone, a camera lens,…
Added by Trent Rock on February 17, 2011 at 4:06 — 3 Comments
I've been struggling with trying to see what the future of our traditional knife clubs and associations looks like.
For years, our local clubs provided a social gathering for like-minded collectors. Then you also have the regional and national associations providing certain benefits to their members in exchange for dues. These benefits included, among other things, newsletters/magazines, organized knife shows, club knives and identity.
Now it seems these…Continue
Added by Scott King on February 13, 2011 at 8:00 — 13 Comments