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April 29, 2013, 07:35:06 AM
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Since the the marketplace of goods is booming, I suggest creating the following subforums:

1) Real Estate
1.1) Lands
1.2) Houses

2) Motorized Vehicles
2.1) Land Vehicles
2.1.1) Four-Wheeled
2.1.2) Two-Wheeled
2.2) Water Vehicles (Boats, Ships, Sailboats, JetSkis)
2.3) Air Vehicles
2.4) Amphibious Vehicles

4) Electronics
4.1) Mobile Phones
4.2) Gaming Consoles
4.3) MP3 Players
4.4) TV
4.5) Computers
4.5.1) Desktop Computer
4.5.1.1) Computer Parts
4.5.2) Laptop Computers
4.5.2.1) Laptop parts
4.6) Networking
4.7) Retro

5) Mining Gear

6) Armory

7) Food

8) Commodities
8.1) Energy
8.2) Softs
8.3) Grains
8.4) Metals
8.5) Livestock/Meats

9) GiftCards

10) Books

11) Clothing

12) Musical Instruments

12) Misc

And maybe some others?
The ones that I think need urgently a subforum are the first two, but ideally it should be at least up to the 9.
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April 29, 2013, 08:55:21 AM
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This is an internet forum, not a shopping center
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April 29, 2013, 09:54:35 AM
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This is an internet forum, not a shopping center
Have you been in the Marketplace lately?
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April 29, 2013, 10:14:09 AM
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This is an internet forum, not a shopping center
Have you been in the Marketplace lately?

Good god no, I don't visit that hive of scam (sic) and villainy. If I wanted to get scammed, I'd go directly to the HYIP forum instead. At least there the scams are a bit more elegant than the marketplaces "U GIVE BTC YES? HAHA NOW U NO BTC! I ALL BTC!"
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April 29, 2013, 10:34:40 AM
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This is an internet forum, not a shopping center
Have you been in the Marketplace lately?

Good god no, I don't visit that hive of scam (sic) and villainy. If I wanted to get scammed, I'd go directly to the HYIP forum instead. At least there the scams are a bit more elegant than the marketplaces "U GIVE BTC YES? HAHA NOW U NO BTC! I ALL BTC!"

Are you trolling?
What the fuck is wrong with this forum, are you guys under medication?
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April 29, 2013, 10:36:36 AM
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No and No? What are you talking about?
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April 29, 2013, 11:52:53 AM
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Are each of those getting 5+ new topics a day?
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April 29, 2013, 12:54:08 PM
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This is an internet forum, not a shopping center
Have you been in the Marketplace lately?

Good god no, I don't visit that hive of scam (sic) and villainy. If I wanted to get scammed, I'd go directly to the HYIP forum instead. At least there the scams are a bit more elegant than the marketplaces "U GIVE BTC YES? HAHA NOW U NO BTC! I ALL BTC!"

Are you trolling?
What the fuck is wrong with this forum, are you guys under medication?
thats an amazing post, if I could +1 it I would.
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April 29, 2013, 07:07:13 PM
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Are each of those getting 5+ new topics a day?

I've been reading the whole goods section and I was impressed at the increase of offerings of the first three at least.
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