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- Sep 17, 2010
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- Great North Woods, NH
And perhaps you could stop imposing your viewpoint concerning every US seller's obligation to act like an international sales conglomerate to enhance your buying experience.Thanks for explaining your point again but I got it the first time. You seem to not be getting mine however. My point is whenever you buy something (product) to re-sell it for more money (profit) to people you don't know (Customers), you are running a "business". Most businesses looking to make it "worth the effort" look to reach as many customers as possible to make the most revenue. If you wanna sell your product to people only in your home town, that is your choice. I don't care what you do with your odd cymbal or snare. We will be fine. Most of the really nice rare stuff is in Europe, Australia and Japan anyway. I was pointing out to my fellow Canadians that there are easy ways to ship and receive shipments Globally. I think that that "sheer laziness" comment from another member has struck a nerve. Ha!!!! Oh, and stop using "What you are saying is....". What I said is exactly what I said. I don't need you putting your skewed interpretation on my words.
And enjoy those sour grapes you get from Europe, Australia and Japan.