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Morning Jay, yes the email list is the same, so you are still on the list. Could the email have gone to your junk folder? I sent out the email about the changes on April 21st, if that helps.
The new email address where I can be reached through is: email@example.com.
And again the new web address for the website is https://wheresthecoupon.wordpress.com.
Hello, This is David, creator of wheresthecoupon.com.
The email list is alive and well!
I sent an email through the mailing list a while back (maybe in April?) saying that the domain has moved to https://wheresthecoupon.wordpress.com/.
The new site has the link to the coupon page as well as a link to sign up for the email reminder. Emails go out the morning of the final day of the quarter at 8:00AM eastern time.
David02/06/2017 at 6:55 am in reply to: How do you handle 1 Day Handling time on Shipping? #11820
I work full time, and what I do is pretty simple. I drive by my local post office to get to work, and I just stop there every morning to drop off my shipments (prepaid of course). I also tend to wake up around 5 to 6:30 each morning and leave for work at 8, so that gives me lots of time to pack anything that sold overnight.
I also simplify by keeping to pretty consistent box sizes. I use a lot of 10x8x6, 8x6x5, 6x5x4, and padded envelopes of a couple different sizes. I keep a few other sizes too that I use less often. It makes packing go much more quickly than picking through my pile of scrap boxes. Anything more complicated I pack after work.
So far I haven’t had any problems with this system, and all of my items are listed 1 day shipping.
It is true I am not a sports guy, but the only reference I’ve found is to a minor league team in South Bend, Indiana called the South Bend Cubs. I haven’t seen anything about a confederate logo. The wiki says the franchise was founded originally in 1988. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Bend_Cubs
Maybe it is a novelty item for Chicago Cubs fans sold in the south?
Just a quick follow up to this. I ended up listing this item as a generic calibration mic for $15 and it just sold this afternoon! Thanks guys.
I received some other suggestions from imgur users and some were saying it might be a mic that comes with some higher end speaker systems to help balance out the signal coming from each speaker. It doesn’t have any branding on it, so I am not sure about this. Following your suggestions is looks like a boundary mic to me. I’ll keep investigating! Either way thanks for the lightning quick responses. You folks are the best.
EDIT: I googled “calibration microphone” and these look a lot like the one I have:
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Thanks Jay and Ryanne, you’re probably right. I was thrown by the small hole it has instead of the familiar mesh over the pickup. I didn’t think of those mini tabletop tripods but that makes sense.
I could see that, but why the long cord and tripod mount? I haven’t tried any tests yet to see what kind of sound range it has (directional or omni, etc.). I could see it used as a table mic or something like that.
That’s good advice Ryanne. I’d say most of our inventory is low-dollar smalls. I think for the larger items we will need to take another look at and decide if it’s worth it in the end. In any case we are going to let it ride through the holiday season.11/02/2016 at 7:48 am in reply to: What Sells On eBay: Grumbacher Paint Set, Vintage Panasonic Tape Player, Neon Hunting Vest #4783
David Hall here,
Love the new site Ryanne and Jay! Looks great.
My wife and I have had good luck with used art supplies. We both studied art and have a lot of old brushes and oil paints. They always sell. We recently sold some nice metallic watercolor pigments for a great price (> $50 for a set of 5 colors). I rhink ww paid a couple dollars for them. We always grab that kinda thing at the “junk store.”
Keep up the good work!