Re: [CR]ebay & 'puter question

Example: Racing:Wayne Stetina

From: "Raoul Delmare" <>
To: "C.R. List" <>, "Bruce C." <>
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Subject: Re: [CR]ebay & 'puter question
Date: Sat, 24 Apr 2004 08:09:07 -0500

yo Richard !

congrats on the new 'puter !

duuude !

( NOTE : for software downloads , it's always best to go directly to the manufacturer's web site ! so if ya decide to go for the very latest Macromedia Flashplayer - ya might just want to go directly to their web site . . . )

back when I had the very latest Macromedia Flashplayer on my computer , I'd STILL get those messages anyway !

and after saying yes , the first couple of times , I started saying no , every time .

now , at this moment , I'm sure I do NOT have the very latest version , and I get those messages , and I always say no .

but , I almost always see all of the photos , anyway , just fine .

so , the question might be , do you usually see the photos , just fine , no problem ?

if yes , then tell that annoying message to just go away .

just say no .

and I am completely convinced that anybody who puts a "slide-show" onto their eBay auction is making a BIG mistake . I really dislike messing with the occasional "slide-show" on eBay .

Raoul Delmare
Marysville Kansas

----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard M Sachs"
Sent: Saturday, April 24, 2004 7:57 AM
Subject: [CR]ebay & 'puter question

> on some auction items i get prompted to download:
> Macromedia Flashplayer7
> should i? what is it? i have a new computer and it's
> still working after 4 days. (duuuuuuuuuude, it's a dell!)
> i don't want to F*&^%$* it up with unnecessary programs.
> should i cave and press "yes" to the download prompt?
> e-RICHIE.......................And the gang!!!!!
> aka Richard M Sachs
> Chester, CT