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November 26, 2011, 11:16:51 AM
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Some auction websites extend the auction deadline when there is some activity right before the end.
I don't see the problem with that.
This thread should be renamed "LIBEL ALERT : Inaba".
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November 26, 2011, 02:55:08 PM
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Unfortunately, this was not one of those auctions freequant.  This was an auction with a definitive end time.

So, the thread should read exactly what it does.

If you're searching these lines for a point, you've probably missed it.  There was never anything there in the first place.
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January 17, 2013, 10:50:00 AM
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No, the 40 BTC was edited after the fact.  My post was also edited after the fact to reflect the high bid of 35 BTC by the previous bidder, not like the 40 BTC bid that was edited to be over the previous bid.  I never had a bid "up to 36 BTC."  The only bid I had was essentially "up to 66 BTC."

If we were to play that game, I could have edited my post to reflect 41 BTC

If only you had the sense to PGP sign, nobody could have modified your bid. Tsk tsk.

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January 19, 2013, 12:13:53 PM
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No, the 40 BTC was edited after the fact.  My post was also edited after the fact to reflect the high bid of 35 BTC by the previous bidder, not like the 40 BTC bid that was edited to be over the previous bid.  I never had a bid "up to 36 BTC."  The only bid I had was essentially "up to 66 BTC."

If we were to play that game, I could have edited my post to reflect 41 BTC

If only you had the sense to PGP sign, nobody could have modified your bid. Tsk tsk.

Why the fuck did you bump a thread over a year old?
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January 20, 2013, 02:04:33 PM
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No, the 40 BTC was edited after the fact.  My post was also edited after the fact to reflect the high bid of 35 BTC by the previous bidder, not like the 40 BTC bid that was edited to be over the previous bid.  I never had a bid "up to 36 BTC."  The only bid I had was essentially "up to 66 BTC."

If we were to play that game, I could have edited my post to reflect 41 BTC

If only you had the sense to PGP sign, nobody could have modified your bid. Tsk tsk.

Why the fuck did you bump a thread over a year old?

<LOCK> <-oh, wait, I can't do that. ;(

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