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Doom and gloom

I have HAD it with eBay - lazy, usless fuckers!!! We (Micro Amrkets) have a Direct Debet set up to pay them our listing fees - eBay HAVE used it before so we know it works. We ALWAYS have money in to cover it,and yet eBay fail to take the payment. As a resault (despite my contecting them over and over and over) they have cut us off. We can list NOTHING! What a set of arse wipes!

On top of that, poor Gemma is now ill. She's been ill for ages actually, but today she went all pink, swollen and lumpy, so I sent her home. No eBay means there's no work for her anyway so she agreed to go - poor lass didn't want to leave me with all the work to do (she forgets I've always done all the work before she started, and will have to again when she leaves, bless)

On the up side, Glenn seems to be more chipper. Busy and hassled, but not grumpy with me, Andrea or Gemma, so we're ok! lol

I've finally got round to making another gamesites post. I've taken ages replying, but I keep hoping that one of the other "groups" of people in DA will actually make it into the fort / castle thing and then we can meet up, other wise, I'm just killing stuff and milling about waiting for them, lol! Never mind though.

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