Time To Cry Guys SX88
gswynar at DURHAM.NET
Mon Jun 25 18:04:55 EDT 2001
I would think that the party selling the goods the way he/she did was
probably more than pleased with the fact that the stuff "moved", & some
money exchanged hands...
What the buyer(s) elects to do with his purchase is up to him, & not the
seller...certainly not up to you & me!
Would it have been considered a morale victory of sorts had the original
owner instead dumped the treasures into a landfill site, rather than
knowingly sell them to a party that might be off-shore? Reminds me of the
stories heard about the Vietnamese war, when whole villages were razed to
the ground by the good guys to "...protect them" from the communists!
Just my $0.02 worth...
~73~ Eddy VE3CUI - VE3XZ
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Strohm" <jstrohm at TEXAS.NET>
To: <BOATANCHORS at LISTSERV.TEMPE.GOV>
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 9:20 AM
Subject: Re: Time To Cry Guys SX88
> Alan Gutfrucht <alang at ESSEX1.COM> says...
> >I have an interesting story along the same line that happened to me this
> >A fellow ham friend of mine called me up to tell me about an SK estate
> >auction that was taking place in our little Illinois town.
> I like a bargain at least as much as the other guy -- but how far is this
> picture from the "swindling the SK's widow" scenario? I do hope that the
> other bidder provided good homes for those rigs -- in the United States,
> and preferably in his own shack.
> Jim N6OTQ
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