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Pah!

EBay STILL have not paid ANY attention to ANY of my emails regarding this Direct Debit. They have not even deemed my comments / questions worthy of fobbing off - they havee simply IGNORED me! We now have only 21 things for sale - and I am completely unable to refund any one I need to refund becasue they have desided to block "checkout"!

If only the web site was getting more hits - then I could tell them all to FUCK OFF!

Having said that, the things we are manageing to sell are the nice high priced things, so at least we are getting some money in this week. We'll get NOTHING for the next two weeks, so I might as well make the most of it!

Making good progress on my Sims Bustin Out on PS2 - might even finally get round to buying an ethernet connector from Glennand go on line with it at some point - maybe, if I can afford it.

Speeaking of affording - the money Dad swore he'd send me (again) has actually turned up in my account today - shock horror! Looks like I will be able to get my car fixed after all!

Nothing much else happened today - talked sex with Gemma a lot, made alterations to the web iste, and came home. That's it. Dull really.......

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