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    Post Order a part for me?

    For my new cdp that is arriving soon I need a part. Sadly I decided to not use my cc for a while and cut them up. I need someone to order this part for me. I will reimburse them with the cost plus 5 for there trouble. If anyone is interested please pm me.

    Here is the part

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    Please tell me that this is some sort of a joke...

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    Do you have a bank debit card? That will work too and you'll save $5 :D
    "Appreciation of audio is a completely subjective human experience. Measurements can provide a measure of insight, but are no substitute for human judgment. Why are we looking to reduce a subjective experience to objective criteria anyway? The subtleties of music and audio reproduction are for those who appreciate it. Differentiation by numbers is for those who do not".--Nelson Pass

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    Why not talk to your parents? Aren't they right downstairs?
    You're just jealous 'cause the voices don't talk to you!

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    For a $20 part, send them the cash, I mean really,is it worth all this?

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    I just diced a $20 bill in my oatmeal.

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    waaaaaaa,,hey Mark,, are you an instant oatmel guy,,or a boil and simmer?;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorokusai View Post
    I just diced a $20 bill in my oatmeal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MillerLiteScott View Post
    Slap Chop?
    I figure him more of a Magic Bullet kind of guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    Do you have a bank debit card? That will work too and you'll save $5 :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigaudiofanatic View Post
    For my new cdp that is arriving soon I need a part. Sadly I decided to not use my cc for a while and cut them up. I need someone to order this part for me. I will reimburse them with the cost plus 5 for there trouble. If anyone is interested please pm me.

    Here is the part

    http://tigerdirect.partsearch.com/Pa...47211/New.aspx
    Who buys your beer, and gets you on the rides at Disneyworld? Cant you ask them? j/k man.:p:D good luck.



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    BAF-check out this link--its the same part at Sears Parts, and they appear to also accept checks.
    If you have checks, or at least the # from a check (acct # and routing #) try that. If you have a Debit card - that is probably the better way to go since it gets processed like a credit card.

    Do you have a PayPal account? If you do and for some reason can't use your checking account, I'll help you out - just PM me.

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    @ George - Instant man, I have a life to fill with adventure, wine and women.

    @ Scott - You had me at Slap...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigaudiofanatic View Post
    Sadly I decided to not use my cc for a while and cut them up.
    Since this line infers you intended to use them again, just tape them back together.

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    I guess no one understand what I am doing. I am NOT going to use cc's and I do not use debit cards as well I use to go over the limit. Anyway my offer still stands.
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    So you're having some kind of financial trouble that caused you to cut up your CCs yet you're buying new CDPs?

    Make sense.

    Might want to reevaluate your priorities.

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    Geez. PM sent so we can all get over this bump in the road :)



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    I do not feel like filling everyone in on my financial situation. I am in some debt but do not get into any more so I decided to hold off on using cc's I have money in pp and that is what I want to use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigaudiofanatic View Post
    I do not use debit cards as well I use to go over the limit..
    Not piling on...........but how is this possible? Don't you know how much is in your checking account?

    I get how the bank allows you to draw more from your account so they can make some money with O/D fees.............but how can one not know how much is in their account?

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    Just stop asking and snow thank you PM sent
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigaudiofanatic View Post
    I do not feel like filling everyone in on my financial situation. I am in some debt but do not get into any more so I decided to hold off on using cc's I have money in pp and that is what I want to use.
    I am piling on, because you need to hear this.

    You bought a CD player yet you're in debt (while living with your parents, no less).

    I really hope nobody here buys your part for you. You have some life lessons to learn and nobody is doing you any favors by enabling you, however small it may be. I got myself into debt too at 19 and had to move back in with my mom. Know what I wasn't doing? Buying life's luxuries. I was trying to get myself back on my own by taking care of the people I owed money to first.

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    You dip **** I cut them up LAST year. I do install on the side and am currently not using them that is why I cut them up. Stop f***ing probing. I know about debt and all. I am paying them off I have 2 paid off and working on the 3rd i do not want to put anymore on them. Credit unions are not like big banks they slowly update thing on your account so that is how I went over. that is all I am saying and I did not read all taht you wrote.

    Also in college at this time so this little thing is not my biggest money problem. Even though I have a grant for it.
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    You call me a dip ****, yet you're the clown claiming to be in debt begging for people on an internet forum to buy you parts.

    You put it out there chump, not me.

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    Ah yes, the american way. If I had the OP's problem and asked the same thing when I was his age, I would have had a boot up the rear end so fast it would make an ethiopian chicken look slow.

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    Thank you snow for your help. One of the less nosy people here.
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    Apparently the person who taught you English is the same person who taught you personal responsibility.

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    You ask for someone to front you money on an Internet forum, and then bitch at someone because they are nosy? Give me a break.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrossma View Post
    You ask for someone to front you money on an Internet forum, and then bitch at someone because they are nosy? Give me a break.
    :D:):p;)LOL and paying them back which I already did.
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    I didnt see helping him as rewarding bad behavior or getting him into further debt, I simply looked at it as something that was both easy and quick to do for a fellow Polkie that was asking for help. Sorta like loaning someone a cellphone so he could make a call because he had lost his.

    Within 30 seconds of me sending him the total with shipping the money was returned to me via paypal with extra for doing it for him.


    Now if he had wanted to borrow $20.00 to support his crack habit till payday I would have said no :p



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    Quote Originally Posted by snow View Post
    I didnt see helping him as rewarding bad behavior or getting him into further debt, I simply looked at it as something that was both easy and quick to do for a fellow Polkie that was asking for help. Sorta like loaning someone a cellphone so he could make a call because he had lost his.

    Within 30 seconds of me sending him the total with shipping the money was returned to me via paypal with extra for doing it for him.


    Now if he had wanted to borrow $20.00 to support his crack habit till payday I would have said no :p

    REGARDS SNOW
    Your intentions were good, but what would have been far more helpful to him, as a human being, is to have heard the word "no."

    Apparently he hasn't heard this enough. We all have problems, some here have families with kids and no income other than unemployment. That's a REAL financial problem where debt piles up and they need help to fulfill obligations that need to be fulfilled. Buying CD players for your audio system ought to take a back seat if you're in debt.

    He can call us nosy all he wants, but he provided us all with the information. Call me mean or crazy, but it takes real balls to do what he did, IMO.

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