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    @Kenneth: Are you cgdietz4? A bid from someone with absolutely no feedback makes me a bit nervous, but if that's you, I'd feel a bit better.


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    Jon, no I'm not. I haven't officially bid on it yet, got a little busy. About to go toss a bid on it. Roswell sounds good, that's right down the road from me. No promises about the song, though I do a mean Ave Maria.


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    So, Jon, your ebay sale ends today. Are you going to let the auction finish or let me have it? I honestly don't care much either way, but I'm not really too inclined to get into a bidding war with this guy over it.


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    If I end the auction now, wouldn't the other guy win the coat, or can I just pull the coat from ebay and sell it to you? That seems kind of mean, but I guess I could do it.


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    @Kenneth: And look at it this way — if you want to bid a bit more, that is: You're saving the shipping costs, which I will either not charge you, if I can, or refund.


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    I don't think you can end an auction once there's bids on it


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    Ah okay, I understand. Don't have a whole lot of experience buying from ebay. I'll see if I can outbid him. Thanks.


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    Technically, I think you can cancel an auction even after its been bid on. However, ebay will ask for a reason, and there's only a short list of valid reasons. Whether or not "sold locally" is valid, though, I can't say.


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