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Re: FIRST LOOK Auction closes tonight

  • Subject: Re: FIRST LOOK Auction closes tonight
  • From: Bill Nash <raffi@sympatico.ca>
  • Date: Sat, 02 Mar 2002 12:21:21 -0500

Barbara'darlin...before you start bidding your brains out; perhaps someone should ask: if the auction includes shipping Canadian won bids into our country; after all, there is a border between us; and Ag. Canada regulations, require a phyto-sanitary certificate attachment with plant shipments, don't they?

<just a small thought>

           \will'I'am nash from ON'tario CA'nada to Barbara in Quebec (PQ/QC).CA'nada
---have a lovingly wonderful weekend y'all?..we're off to the Gambling Casino in Orillia to see the Temptations, thanks to free-show-ticket enticement...
At 11:36 AM 03/02/2002, you wrote:

       If you are interested in making bids on several items in the last
minute of the auction, you can have several copies of your browser open to
the bid pages and filled in with your passwords and amounts. All you need do
then is push the "Place Bid" button on each in succession to launch them.
How many browsers you can have open at once will be determined by your

Can someone explain how this is done...I think I used to be able to do this,
must have changed some settings along the way and can't figure it out on my


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