Is this true?

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Post by German_EPA » Thu Nov 13, 2008 11:11 am

how about just deleting the whole post? some whats been written is true - some is false -and for some its an irk...
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Post by kman » Thu Nov 13, 2008 11:17 am

Well, he had a valid question - someone was telling him something that he wasn't sure about so he asked us. That part was ok. It's just that he shouldn't have left in the rest of the message.

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Post by Bypah » Thu Nov 13, 2008 12:11 pm

Kids are KIDS.... all over the world!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
It would be nice if we know the ages of the members here in the forum to avoid situations like that.... :wink:
Remember kids are kids and sometimes the parents don't know what they do.....hmmmmmm :roll:

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Post by kman » Thu Nov 13, 2008 12:23 pm

Someone else was just asking me about adding the ability to display ages here. It's possible but besides the fact that some people might not like it, it's also easy to lie about your age so that's never really a safe way to tell. As it is right now, you just have to get to know the people and after a few postings, you can generally figure it out for yourself.

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Post by Bypah » Thu Nov 13, 2008 1:24 pm

kman wrote:Someone else was just asking me about adding the ability to display ages here. It's possible but besides the fact that some people might not like it, it's also easy to lie about your age so that's never really a safe way to tell. As it is right now, you just have to get to know the people and after a few postings, you can generally figure it out for yourself.
True...not about not telling the age....lol :lol:
But as they say...." Don't mess with the big dogs if you still pee like a puppy"... :roll:

Some kiddos /teenagers think they are all grown up because they can do certain things like work or drive...or looking at their first facial hair.... :lol: :lol: or other things growing up!! :shock:
I see that everyday in my line of work.....the worst part is parents allow that to happen or sometimes they don't know what their "angels" are doing behind their back.I like the European approach, make them either accountable for their actions or simply telling them your still a kid ...sooo GROW UP!!

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Post by fdsman » Thu Nov 13, 2008 11:50 pm

Well, I apologize for the name in left in the post, I had thought it was in his user name to begin with. housil, are you speaking of the order I posted in the WTB RATIONS thread or the one I sent to jubifahrer?
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Post by housil » Fri Nov 14, 2008 10:13 am

fdsman wrote: housil, are you speaking of the order I posted in the WTB RATIONS thread or the one I sent to jubifahrer?
Is the "order" you have sent to Jubifahrer.

1 brit ration
1 EPa
1 RCIR
1 spanish ration

6 MRE crackers
2 cheese spread
2 strawberry jam
2 peanut butter

1 MCW
1 HDR


Excapt the MCW, I can send you the items as well IF you pay the $277 in advance!

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Re: Is this true?

Post by MasterOfPuppets » Fri Nov 14, 2008 11:52 pm

my GOD... how much for all of it? :p

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Re: Is this true?

Post by fdsman » Sat Nov 15, 2008 1:57 am

I'm going to have to decline atm, I could buy 10 custom tailored meals from LLC for that much without shipping. I understand that you are on the other side of the world, however it's too expensive for the time being.

Here is proof of that, it is actually less then the price you mentioned:

P1002 Beef Ravioli - Pouch $3.00 -- $3.00
P1008 Beef Stew - Pouch $3.00 -- $3.00
P1013 Sloppy Joe Filling - Pouch $3.00 -- $6.00
P1016 Marinara Sauce with Meatballs - Pouch $3.00 -- $6.00
P1102 Chicken with Pasta Shells - Pouch $3.00 -- $3.00
P1114 Chicken with Salsa - Pouch $3.00 -- $3.00
P1106 Chicken Tetrazzini - Pouch $3.00 -- $3.00
P1108 Chicken Fajita Filling - Pouch $3.00 -- $3.00
P1202 Pork Rib, Boneless - Pouch $3.00 -- $3.00
P1600 Cheese Tortellini - Pouch $3.00 -- $3.00
P2016 Cornbread Stuffing - Pouch $2.00 -- $2.00
P2002 Hash Browns with Bacon - Pouch $2.00 -- $2.00
P2005 Mashed Potatoes - Pouch $2.00 -- $2.00
P2003 Mexican Corn - Pouch $2.00 -- $2.00
P2015 Mexican Macaroni & Cheese - Pouch $2.00 -- $2.00
P2001 Mexican Rice - Pouch $2.00 -- $2.00
P2000 White Rice - Pouch $2.00 -- $2.00
P2012 Yellow & Wild Rice Pilaf - Pouch $2.00 -- $2.00
P8056 Filled Pretzels, Cheddar - Pouch $1.50 -- $4.50
P8220 Nut Raisin Mix - Pouch $1.50 -- $3.00
P8222 Nut Raisin Mix w/Chocolate Disks- Pouch $1.70 -- $8.50
P3112 Brownie w/Chocolate Chips - Pouch $1.40 -- $5.60
P3116 Almond Poppy Pound Cake - Pouch $1.40 -- $2.80
P3107 Marble Pound Cake - Pouch $1.40 -- $1.40
P3101 Lemon-Poppy Pound Cake - Pouch $1.40 -- $1.40
P3215 Berry Cobbler - Pouch $2.00 -- $20.00
P3010 Pineapple Tidbits - Pouch $2.00 -- $4.00
P3000 Applesauce - Pouch $2.00 -- $10.00
P6100 Strawberry Dairy Shake - Pouch $1.25 -- $12.50
P5001 Peanut Butter - Pouch $0.75 -- $1.50
P5002 Chocolate Peanut Butter Spread - Pouch $0.75 -- $3.00
P5010 Cheddar Cheese - Pouch $0.95 -- $2.85
P5016 Cheese Spread with Bacon - Pouch $0.95 -- $4.75
P5014 Jalapeno Cheese - Pouch $0.95 -- $2.85
P5035 Apple Butter - Pouch $0.50 -- $1.00
P5032 Strawberry Jam - Pouch $0.50 -- $2.50
P5030 Grape Jelly - Pouch $0.50 -- $1.00
P5036 Apple Jelly - Pouch $0.50 -- $1.00
P5034 Blackberry Jam - Pouch $0.50 -- $2.00
P4010 MRE Crackers - Pouch $0.80 -- $12.80
P4012 MRE Vegetable Crackers $0.80 -- $12.80
P4002 Buns, Hamburger - One 6 Bun Pouch $6.00 -- $24.00
P4001 Wheat Snack Bread - Pouch $1.25 -- $2.50
P8000 Accessory Packet - Pouch $0.80 -- $8.00
C8020 MRE Heaters - 12 Pk Bundle $14.50 -- $14.50

Subtotal: $222.75


-Thanks anyway,
fdsman
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Re: Is this true?

Post by housil » Sat Nov 15, 2008 7:23 am

fdsman wrote:

Here is proof of that, it is actually less then the price you mentioned:
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Subtotal: $222.75

-Thanks anyway,
fdsman
You compared two different shopping list´s! :evil:

You can´t buy ANY German EPa, French RCIR, Brit Rat Pack nor Spanish Rations at LLF or any other "store" - excapt Oletroops eBay.com profeteering hut :wink:

But I/we don´t have to sale anyway (excapt German_EPA, he´s a regular dealer :D ) we just swap if we like :P

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