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Friday, December 15, 2006

Cheer Down

posted by on December 15 at 17:03 PM

I just lost the Strangercrombie Cheer Up package at the last minute. LITERALLY!

Bidder Bid Amount Date of bid

quinntheeskimo US $258.10 Dec-15-06 16:59:54 PST

me US $253.10 Dec-15-06 16:12:28 PST

authoress US $250.00 Dec-15-06 16:08:21 PST

me US $227.90 Dec-15-06 15:59:47 PST

authoress US $225.00 Dec-15-06 15:18:46 PST

me US $221.90 Dec-15-06 15:58:44 PST

authoress US $200.00 Dec-15-06 14:58:37 PST

me US $176.90 Dec-15-06 12:47:34 PST

authoress US $175.00 Dec-15-06 14:58:08 PST

Authoress and I were locked in a heated battle for the privilege of seeing Mike Nipper dance, and then along comes quinntheeskimo, a dark horse if ever I saw one. Well played, quinntheeskimo. Everybody gonna jump for joy.

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I lost my auction in the last 8 seconds to the stealthy sniping skills of the same quinntheeskimo...

Posted by proccers | December 15, 2006 5:29 PM

that's how it goes. don't bother bidding ever until 5 secs before closing.

Posted by seattle98104 | December 15, 2006 5:38 PM

I craftily won my SC auction last year in the final second.

It's all about the mad skillz.

Posted by John | December 15, 2006 7:06 PM
4 know that there are ebay sniping services, right?

Posted by A Nony Mouse | December 15, 2006 7:39 PM

I was about to say: score another one for

Posted by Levislade | December 16, 2006 10:02 AM

Looking over the completed auctions out of curiosity (I didn't bid on any nor intended to), there are a curious number of auctions that were won at the last minute by a new first-time bidder. Seems a bit fishy... though at the same time, some strategic bidders may have known the closing times and sought to win the auctions with 11th hour, 59th minute bids, which would then prove to be a good strategy, because existing bidders wouldn't see you coming and wouldn't be ready to weigh rebidding and outbid you. Genius.

Posted by Gomez | December 17, 2006 4:31 PM

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