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    Drive-by Poster ABC in Georgia's Avatar
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    Hi guys, well ladies actually. :)

    I live out in the boonies in a small resort town. No department stores, just little boutique-y type places and items for tourists. Nice stuff ... but not enough selection.

    So therefore, rather than having to drive 2 hrs. plus to Atlanta from here, most of us full time residents shop online.

    Just got an email from a friend forwarding me really good discounts from Coldwater Creek. 40% off etc. I love their clothes. If *you* do as well ... will share it with you. Click here:

    http://dealspl.us/coldwatercreek-cou...8dealspl.us%29

    But hurry as the best deals expire tomorrow! Have been looking at stuff half the morning. in here. Gotta go, still have a relative from England staying with us, and can't keep sneaking away to use this computer. RATS! :(

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    Amazon, sportsman's guide, bulk foods, buy.com and many more, I buy most things online.
    The difference between pigs and people is that when they tell you you're cured it isn't a good thing.
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    newegg.com and Amazon for the most part
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    I am waiting for an air conditioner to ship from Amazon, I saved 100.00 over local and got free shipping.
    The difference between pigs and people is that when they tell you you're cured it isn't a good thing.
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    I keep wanting to shop online but I'm not good with the whole delayed gratification thing. If I want it, I want it now. :o
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    Quote Originally Posted by ABC in Georgia View Post
    Just got an email from a friend forwarding me really good discounts from Coldwater Creek. 40% off etc. I love their clothes. If *you* do as well ... will share it with you. Click here:

    http://dealspl.us/coldwatercreek-cou...8dealspl.us%29
    So funny you posted this. I love Coldwater Creek and got this email special too.
    I've been looking through the online catalogue for the past 30 minutes! :)
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    I usually use Ebay. Of course get mad when i bid on a item for $50.00 and in the last few minutes the price shoots up to $1000.00,dang snipers!:mad:
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    Rarely. Only things I cannot buy local brick and mortar.
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    (when I have the cash)I usually buy online from Amazon or Pin-Up Girl clothing. I like my books, my gadgets, and specialty retro clothing.

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    Context doesn't matter to this liberal it seems/ as long as it satisfies his godless dreams/ like monkeys throwing sh!t as castles in air/ as long as he throws/that is the extent of his care.
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