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  1. #1
    Wilson Guest

    Default Foodsaver sale

    NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at checkout
    - http://tr.im/GcdW
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    Wilson 44.69, -67.3

  2. #2
    Wallace Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale


    "Wilson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:hf0m3t$po8$[email protected]..
    > NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at
    > checkout - http://tr.im/GcdW
    > --
    > Wilson 44.69, -67.3



    I see nothing for $64.00 - more than twice that is what I see offered.



  3. #3
    Wilson Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    sometime in the recent past Wallace posted this:
    > "Wilson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:hf0m3t$po8$[email protected]..
    >> NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at
    >> checkout - http://tr.im/GcdW
    >> --
    >> Wilson 44.69, -67.3

    >
    >
    > I see nothing for $64.00 - more than twice that is what I see offered.
    >
    >

    Just put it in your cart and check the price - $64.04 no S&H.

    Adding it to your cart can still be canceled they need address & payment
    info first. Be careful not to add it twice. I thought it was a steal. Good luck.

    --
    Wilson 44.69, -67.3

  4. #4
    Wallace Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale


    "Wilson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:hf0vvk$df5$[email protected]..
    > sometime in the recent past Wallace posted this:
    >> "Wilson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:hf0m3t$po8$1@news.eternal-september.o[email protected]..
    >>> NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at
    >>> checkout - http://tr.im/GcdW
    >>> --
    >>> Wilson 44.69, -67.3

    >>
    >>
    >> I see nothing for $64.00 - more than twice that is what I see offered.

    > Just put it in your cart and check the price - $64.04 no S&H.
    >
    > Adding it to your cart can still be canceled they need address & payment
    > info first. Be careful not to add it twice. I thought it was a steal. Good
    > luck.



    Thanks. A bit weird to have to almost buy it to find out the price. I
    thought it was a steal too, so I nabbed one.



  5. #5
    tom Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    On Nov 30, 4:10*pm, "Wallace" <pleasenos...@microsoft.com> wrote:
    > "Wilson" <Pyde_pi...@excite.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:hf0vvk$df5$[email protected]..
    >
    > > sometime in the recent past Wallace posted this:
    > >> "Wilson" <Pyde_pi...@excite.com> wrote in message
    > >>news:hf0m3t$po8$[email protected]..
    > >>> NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at
    > >>> checkout -http://tr.im/GcdW
    > >>> --
    > >>> Wilson 44.69, -67.3

    >
    > >> I see nothing for $64.00 - more than twice that is what I see offered.

    > > Just put it in your cart and check the price - $64.04 no S&H.

    >
    > > Adding it to your cart can still be canceled they need address & payment
    > > info first. Be careful not to add it twice. I thought it was a steal. Good
    > > luck.

    >
    > Thanks. A bit weird to have to almost buy it to find out the price. *I
    > thought it was a steal too, so I nabbed one.


    I Think it was a scam they were running. I tried to log into my
    account and got the error message my password was wrong? I called them
    when I didn't get a response back about a new password. I tried to
    order it over the phone and couldn't they said it was online only.
    They were very nice about putting my problem within my folder. When I
    asked them about buying it, again they said it was over. They implied
    to Go **** Yourself in the nicest way when I called today. I will
    never use them again. Bull**** works on Plants!

  6. #6
    Wilson Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    sometime in the recent past tom posted this:
    > On Nov 30, 4:10 pm, "Wallace" <pleasenos...@microsoft.com> wrote:
    >> "Wilson" <Pyde_pi...@excite.com> wrote in message
    >>
    >> news:hf0vvk$df5$[email protected]..
    >>
    >>> sometime in the recent past Wallace posted this:
    >>>> "Wilson" <Pyde_pi...@excite.com> wrote in message
    >>>> news:hf0m3t$po8$[email protected]..
    >>>>> NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at
    >>>>> checkout -http://tr.im/GcdW
    >>>>> --
    >>>>> Wilson 44.69, -67.3
    >>>> I see nothing for $64.00 - more than twice that is what I see offered.
    >>> Just put it in your cart and check the price - $64.04 no S&H.
    >>> Adding it to your cart can still be canceled they need address & payment
    >>> info first. Be careful not to add it twice. I thought it was a steal. Good
    >>> luck.

    >> Thanks. A bit weird to have to almost buy it to find out the price. I
    >> thought it was a steal too, so I nabbed one.

    >
    > I Think it was a scam they were running. I tried to log into my
    > account and got the error message my password was wrong? I called them
    > when I didn't get a response back about a new password. I tried to
    > order it over the phone and couldn't they said it was online only.
    > They were very nice about putting my problem within my folder. When I
    > asked them about buying it, again they said it was over. They implied
    > to Go **** Yourself in the nicest way when I called today. I will
    > never use them again. Bull**** works on Plants!

    The offer said 'while supply lasts.' I got one and my aunt bought 2 for her
    grandchildren. You didn't need to logon to your account. I suspect they
    overloaded their server as word of the offer spread. I see today it's back
    up to $139.00.

    Like I said, no afiliation with them, but sorry your experience didn't work
    out. Look at it this way, you'd be in the same place if you hadn't tried and
    you didn't wake up planning to buy one anyway. As for passwords, you didn't
    change ISP's did you between now and when you first made your account?

    --
    Wilson 44.69, -67.3

  7. #7
    Dan L. Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    In article <hf3jce$ecu$[email protected]>,
    Wilson <[email protected]> wrote:

    > sometime in the recent past tom posted this:
    > > On Nov 30, 4:10 pm, "Wallace" <pleasenos...@microsoft.com> wrote:
    > >> "Wilson" <Pyde_pi...@excite.com> wrote in message
    > >>
    > >> news:hf0vvk$df5$[email protected]..
    > >>
    > >>> sometime in the recent past Wallace posted this:
    > >>>> "Wilson" <Pyde_pi...@excite.com> wrote in message
    > >>>> news:hf0m3t$po8$[email protected]..
    > >>>>> NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at
    > >>>>> checkout -http://tr.im/GcdW
    > >>>>> --
    > >>>>> Wilson 44.69, -67.3
    > >>>> I see nothing for $64.00 - more than twice that is what I see offered.
    > >>> Just put it in your cart and check the price - $64.04 no S&H.
    > >>> Adding it to your cart can still be canceled they need address & payment
    > >>> info first. Be careful not to add it twice. I thought it was a steal. Good
    > >>> luck.
    > >> Thanks. A bit weird to have to almost buy it to find out the price. I
    > >> thought it was a steal too, so I nabbed one.

    > >
    > > I Think it was a scam they were running. I tried to log into my
    > > account and got the error message my password was wrong? I called them
    > > when I didn't get a response back about a new password. I tried to
    > > order it over the phone and couldn't they said it was online only.
    > > They were very nice about putting my problem within my folder. When I
    > > asked them about buying it, again they said it was over. They implied
    > > to Go **** Yourself in the nicest way when I called today. I will
    > > never use them again. Bull**** works on Plants!

    > The offer said 'while supply lasts.' I got one and my aunt bought 2 for her
    > grandchildren. You didn't need to logon to your account. I suspect they
    > overloaded their server as word of the offer spread. I see today it's back
    > up to $139.00.
    >
    > Like I said, no afiliation with them, but sorry your experience didn't work
    > out. Look at it this way, you'd be in the same place if you hadn't tried and
    > you didn't wake up planning to buy one anyway. As for passwords, you didn't
    > change ISP's did you between now and when you first made your account?


    I have been getting the food saver email specials also. Those emails
    often have special codes embeded in the links to get those special buys.

    Enjoy Life ... Dan

    --
    Garden in Zone 5 South East Michigan.

  8. #8
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    On Tue, 1 Dec 2009 08:47:04 -0800 (PST), tom wrote:

    > I Think it was a scam they were running. I tried to log into my
    > account and got the error message my password was wrong?


    You have a Foodsaver.com account?

    -sw

  9. #9
    BT Humble Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    Wilson wrote:
    > NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at checkout


    That's a shame, $64 worth of Spam would last me a good long time! :-)


    BTH

  10. #10
    Wilson Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    sometime in the recent past BT Humble posted this:
    > Wilson wrote:
    >> NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at checkout

    >
    > That's a shame, $64 worth of Spam would last me a good long time! :-)
    >
    >
    > BTH

    Wasn't spam, idiot.

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    Wilson 44.69, -67.3

  11. #11
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    On Mon, 07 Dec 2009 10:23:18 -0500, Wilson <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >sometime in the recent past BT Humble posted this:
    >> Wilson wrote:
    >>> NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at checkout

    >>
    >> That's a shame, $64 worth of Spam would last me a good long time! :-)
    >>
    >>
    >> BTH

    >Wasn't spam, idiot.


    Go easy on him Wilson. It took him over a week to come up with his
    witty reply so, it's obvious he's not the brightest bulb in the
    string.

    Ross.

  12. #12
    Wilson Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    sometime in the recent past [email protected] posted this:
    > On Mon, 07 Dec 2009 10:23:18 -0500, Wilson <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> sometime in the recent past BT Humble posted this:
    >>> Wilson wrote:
    >>>> NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at checkout
    >>> That's a shame, $64 worth of Spam would last me a good long time! :-)
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> BTH

    >> Wasn't spam, idiot.

    >
    > Go easy on him Wilson. It took him over a week to come up with his
    > witty reply so, it's obvious he's not the brightest bulb in the
    > string.
    >
    > Ross.

    I had second thoughts after sending my reply, since I guess it could have
    just been meant to be humorous. My bad.

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    Wilson 44.69, -67.3

  13. #13
    BT Humble Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    Wilson wrote:
    > sometime in the recent past rossr35...@forteinc.com posted this:
    >
    > > On Mon, 07 Dec 2009 10:23:18 -0500, Wilson <Pyde_pi...@excite.com>
    > > wrote:

    >
    > >> sometime in the recent pastBTHumble posted this:
    > >>> Wilson wrote:
    > >>>> NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at checkout
    > >>> That's a shame, $64 worth of Spam would last me a good long time! :-)

    >
    > >>>BTH
    > >> Wasn't spam, idiot.

    >
    > > Go easy on him Wilson. It took him over a week to come up with his
    > > witty reply so, it's obvious he's not the brightest bulb in the
    > > string.

    >
    > > Ross.

    >
    > I had second thoughts after sending my reply, since I guess it could have
    > just been meant to be humorous. My bad.


    Oh well, I thought that the smiley would be sufficient to indicate
    that. Not every joke can be a winner, after all.

    Ross, I apologise for not checking on the group for new messages six
    times per day, in order to get all my responses posted in a suitably
    timely manner. I've slapped myself on the wrist and given myself a
    stern talking-to, and I assure you it won't happen again.

    In on-topic news, it's cherry season down here (Australia), we
    pipped, packed and processed 28 jars last night, which ought to be
    sufficient for the year. 14 of them with a couple of tablespoons of
    brandy.


    BTH

  14. #14
    Kathi Jones Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale


    "BT Humble" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Wilson wrote:
    >> sometime in the recent past rossr35...@forteinc.com posted this:
    >>
    >> > On Mon, 07 Dec 2009 10:23:18 -0500, Wilson <Pyde_pi...@excite.com>
    >> > wrote:

    >>
    >> >> sometime in the recent pastBTHumble posted this:
    >> >>> Wilson wrote:
    >> >>>> NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at
    >> >>>> checkout
    >> >>> That's a shame, $64 worth of Spam would last me a good long time! :-)

    >>
    >> >>>BTH
    >> >> Wasn't spam, idiot.

    >>
    >> > Go easy on him Wilson. It took him over a week to come up with his
    >> > witty reply so, it's obvious he's not the brightest bulb in the
    >> > string.

    >>
    >> > Ross.

    >>
    >> I had second thoughts after sending my reply, since I guess it could have
    >> just been meant to be humorous. My bad.

    >
    > Oh well, I thought that the smiley would be sufficient to indicate
    > that. Not every joke can be a winner, after all.
    >
    > Ross, I apologise for not checking on the group for new messages six
    > times per day, in order to get all my responses posted in a suitably
    > timely manner. I've slapped myself on the wrist and given myself a
    > stern talking-to, and I assure you it won't happen again.
    >
    > In on-topic news, it's cherry season down here (Australia), we
    > pipped, packed and processed 28 jars last night, which ought to be
    > sufficient for the year. 14 of them with a couple of tablespoons of
    > brandy.
    >
    >
    > BTH


    YUM! Cherries! I love cherries!!!

    It's snow season here! Shovelled some off the deck, brushed and scraped
    some off the van this morning...might have to get the heavy machinery out
    tomorrow! Helloooooo Winter!

    I do envy your weather now, BTH, but don't think I could tolerate it during
    your summer (too HOT and too SUNNY for me - a fair haired, fair skinned
    blonde)!! I'm a Canadian - we always bitch about the weather!!! LOL

    Kathi








  15. #15
    BT Humble Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    Kathi Jones wrote:
    > YUM! *Cherries! *I love cherries!!!
    >
    > It's snow season here! *Shovelled some off the deck, brushed and scraped
    > some off the van this morning...might have to get the heavy machinery out
    > tomorrow! *Helloooooo Winter!
    >
    > I do envy your weather now, BTH, but don't think I could tolerate it during
    > your summer (too HOT and too SUNNY for me - a fair haired, fair skinned
    > blonde)!! *I'm a Canadian - we always bitch about the weather!!! *LOL



    The down side of the heat is that we have to drive 200km to go skiing
    in the winter, and the ski season only lasts 2 1/2 months. Canada
    seems to have its benefits too! :-)


    BTH

  16. #16
    Wilson Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    sometime in the recent past BT Humble posted this:
    > Wilson wrote:
    >> sometime in the recent past rossr35...@forteinc.com posted this:
    >>
    >>> On Mon, 07 Dec 2009 10:23:18 -0500, Wilson <Pyde_pi...@excite.com>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>> sometime in the recent pastBTHumble posted this:
    >>>>> Wilson wrote:
    >>>>>> NO affiliation, not spam - 1 day only 11/30/09 $64.00 & free S&H at checkout
    >>>>> That's a shame, $64 worth of Spam would last me a good long time! :-)
    >>>>> BTH
    >>>> Wasn't spam, idiot.
    >>> Go easy on him Wilson. It took him over a week to come up with his
    >>> witty reply so, it's obvious he's not the brightest bulb in the
    >>> string.
    >>> Ross.

    >> I had second thoughts after sending my reply, since I guess it could have
    >> just been meant to be humorous. My bad.

    >
    > Oh well, I thought that the smiley would be sufficient to indicate
    > that. Not every joke can be a winner, after all.
    >
    > Ross, I apologise for not checking on the group for new messages six
    > times per day, in order to get all my responses posted in a suitably
    > timely manner. I've slapped myself on the wrist and given myself a
    > stern talking-to, and I assure you it won't happen again.
    >
    > In on-topic news, it's cherry season down here (Australia), we
    > pipped, packed and processed 28 jars last night, which ought to be
    > sufficient for the year. 14 of them with a couple of tablespoons of
    > brandy.
    >
    >
    > BTH

    My grandfather had a great way of preserving cherries and slices of orange
    similar to your last method - he called it Rock'n'Rye. As a kid, those
    cherries looked inviting, but tasted awful. I've since retracted that
    appraisal too. ;-)

    --
    Wilson 44.69, -67.3

  17. #17
    BT Humble Guest

    Default Re: Foodsaver sale

    Wilson wrote:
    > sometime in the recent pastBTHumble posted this:
    > > In on-topic news, it's cherry season down here (Australia), *we
    > > pipped, packed and processed 28 jars last night, which ought to be
    > > sufficient for the year. *14 of them with a couple of tablespoons of
    > > brandy.

    >
    > My grandfather had a great way of preserving cherries and slices of orange
    > similar to your last method - he called it Rock'n'Rye. As a kid, those
    > cherries looked inviting, but tasted awful. I've since retracted that
    > appraisal too. ;-)


    We saw the recipe in the Ball book, and decided to give it a try. One
    of the jars failed to seal, so we ate it last night. I think that it
    could have tolerated 4 tablespoons of brandy (500ml jars), as the 2
    tablespoons that I put in only gave it a hint of brandy flavour.


    BTH

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