Am I too picky about this description?

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  1. wgoodman

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    This sort of thing always bugs me. Am I too picky about this?

    [EBAY]200549324898[/EBAY]

    It's for Cybertron Primus. The seller says "I AM NOT SURE IF HE IS COMPLETE. NO OMEGA LOCK INCLUDED." (his caps BTW)

    Hasn't he just said this this is, in fact, not complete or is he just telling us that it is complete but he is just not including the omega lock when he ships it?

    /rant

    Thanks. I feel better now.
     
  2. convoymagnus

    convoymagnus Yeshua Is Mashiach.

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    I think he wants the potential buyers to know that what You see is what You get. so do not ask if this or that is included.
     
  3. Valkysas

    Valkysas Attack Buffalo

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    Oh hey, 40 bucks for a transformer that lost it's ability to transform. sounds like an awesome deal.
     
  4. Soundblaster1

    Soundblaster1 The Heisenberg of Toys

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    Could also be a case of "Everyone's terminology varies".

    I've already seen discussions here where one man's "complete" means the figure isn't missing a limb or anything and another man's "complete" means the figure is immaculate and has all parts and paperwork and the box and a price sticker and an original receipt and everything else the figure could possibly have come with.
     
  5. wgoodman

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    Good enough. I just needed to gripe.
     

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