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2003-04-23 05:15:47-07:00 - Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Hi, My my there are many slayerettes out there, please see the following in which Buffy's prom dress appeared are you a slayer if so then the dress could be yours. Email for details. Buffy Ep 3.20 "The Prom" A real tearjerker of an episode. In many ways, more so than 'Becoming 2'. The following is from Prom I decided to skip the main part of review, and simply go to scene of BTVS changing into her Prom Dress, yes this could be your dress for your prom if you are slayer quality. She tracks down the HellHounds without a great deal of effort, and stops them just before they get into the Prom. She then gets her dress out of her slaying bag, gets dressed, and goes inside. ONCE AGAIN ARE YOU WORTHY OF OWNERSHIP OF THE DRESS. In addition, Angel shows up in a tuxedo, and has the last dance with Buffy. *Sniffle* *sob* Yes, slayers the dress is clearly in scene, why even angel rested his head on it. Wesley and Cordelia's relationship seem to be blossoming. I can attest it has the slayers powers, and in the still of the night Willow's incantations of Prom spell. NYC Man

2003-04-23 05:15:47-07:00 - Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Hi, My my there are many slayerettes out there, please see the following in which Buffy's prom dress appeared are you a slayer if so then the dress could be yours. Email for details. Buffy Ep 3.20 "The Prom" A real tearjerker of an episode. In many ways, more so than 'Becoming 2'. The following is from Prom I decided to skip the main part of review, and simply go to scene of BTVS changing into her Prom Dress, yes this could be your dress for your prom if you are slayer quality. She tracks down the HellHounds without a great deal of effort, and stops them just before they get into the Prom. She then gets her dress out of her slaying bag, gets dressed, and goes inside. ONCE AGAIN ARE YOU WORTHY OF OWNERSHIP OF THE DRESS. In addition, Angel shows up in a tuxedo, and has the last dance with Buffy. *Sniffle* *sob* Yes, slayers the dress is clearly in scene, why even angel rested his head on it. Wesley and Cordelia's relationship seem to be blossoming. I can attest it has the slayers powers, and in the still of the night Willow's incantations of Prom spell. NYC Man

2003-04-23 07:20:53-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (Shuggie <Shuggie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <b38352a9.0304230415.51f954be@posting.google.com>, shadowman5832@lycos.com says... > >Hi, > >My my there are many slayerettes out there, please see the following >in which Buffy's prom dress appeared are you a slayer if so then the >dress could be yours. Only selling to Slayers seems to be restricting your market a bit. Last count there were only two - and they were both fictional. Still a good salesman likes a challenge I suppose. > >Email for details. > >Buffy Ep 3.20 "The Prom" > >A real tearjerker of an episode. In many ways, more so than 'Becoming >2'. Not even close. Yes it has moving scenes, but it's nowhere near the emotional punch in the stomach that Becoming 2 is. >The following is from Prom > >I decided to skip the main part of review, and simply go to scene of >BTVS changing into her Prom Dress, yes this could be your dress for >your prom if you are slayer quality. Ah so it's 'Slayer quality' that's the requirement not just being a Slayer huh? I'm guessing this 'quality' can be acquired with plenty of cash. > >She tracks down the HellHounds without a great deal of effort, and >stops them just before they get into the Prom. She then gets her dress >out of her slaying bag, gets dressed, and goes inside. > >ONCE AGAIN ARE YOU WORTHY OF OWNERSHIP OF THE DRESS. > Translation: can you afford it? >In addition, Angel shows up in a tuxedo, and has the last dance with >Buffy. *Sniffle* *sob* > There, there. Try to remember the little people in the TV-box are not real. >Yes, slayers the dress is clearly in scene, why even angel rested his >head on it. > >Wesley and Cordelia's relationship seem to be blossoming. > Not for long though huh? >I can attest it has the slayers powers, Really? Did you wear the dress and go and beat up a couple of demons? >and in the still of the night Willow's incantations of Prom spell. Willow doesn't cast any spells in The Prom. She didn't wear that dress either come to that. Look. It's a dress. It's fabric. It was worn on a TV show. I'm sure it's a perfectly nice dress but it's not the Lost Arc of the Covenant ok? -- Shug

2003-04-23 07:20:53-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (Shuggie <Shuggie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <b38352a9.0304230415.51f954be@posting.google.com>, shadowman5832@lycos.com says... > >Hi, > >My my there are many slayerettes out there, please see the following >in which Buffy's prom dress appeared are you a slayer if so then the >dress could be yours. Only selling to Slayers seems to be restricting your market a bit. Last count there were only two - and they were both fictional. Still a good salesman likes a challenge I suppose. > >Email for details. > >Buffy Ep 3.20 "The Prom" > >A real tearjerker of an episode. In many ways, more so than 'Becoming >2'. Not even close. Yes it has moving scenes, but it's nowhere near the emotional punch in the stomach that Becoming 2 is. >The following is from Prom > >I decided to skip the main part of review, and simply go to scene of >BTVS changing into her Prom Dress, yes this could be your dress for >your prom if you are slayer quality. Ah so it's 'Slayer quality' that's the requirement not just being a Slayer huh? I'm guessing this 'quality' can be acquired with plenty of cash. > >She tracks down the HellHounds without a great deal of effort, and >stops them just before they get into the Prom. She then gets her dress >out of her slaying bag, gets dressed, and goes inside. > >ONCE AGAIN ARE YOU WORTHY OF OWNERSHIP OF THE DRESS. > Translation: can you afford it? >In addition, Angel shows up in a tuxedo, and has the last dance with >Buffy. *Sniffle* *sob* > There, there. Try to remember the little people in the TV-box are not real. >Yes, slayers the dress is clearly in scene, why even angel rested his >head on it. > >Wesley and Cordelia's relationship seem to be blossoming. > Not for long though huh? >I can attest it has the slayers powers, Really? Did you wear the dress and go and beat up a couple of demons? >and in the still of the night Willow's incantations of Prom spell. Willow doesn't cast any spells in The Prom. She didn't wear that dress either come to that. Look. It's a dress. It's fabric. It was worn on a TV show. I'm sure it's a perfectly nice dress but it's not the Lost Arc of the Covenant ok? -- Shug

2003-04-23 10:17:27-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Shug, No any girl/woman with the desire is a slayer, its all attitude. > Only selling to Slayers seems to be restricting your market a bit. Last count > there were only two - and they were both fictional. Still a good salesman likes> a challenge I suppose. The review was from website, not mine. > Not even close. Yes it has moving scenes, but it's nowhere near the emotional > punch in the stomach that Becoming 2 is. Price is relative to desire, to own such an item. The bed which Angel took Buffy went recently for 20,000$ > > Ah so it's 'Slayer quality' that's the requirement not just being a Slayer huh? I'm guessing this 'quality' can be acquired with plenty of cash. That is true, here in NYC parents can spend up to 2,500 for a prom dress. Once again desire drives a person wants and as such cost. > Translation: can you afford it? I wasn't the one who wrote review. > There, there. Try to remember the little people in the TV-box are not real. It's been dead for season's. > >Wesley and Cordelia's relationship seem to be blossoming. No but the buyer no doubt will beat up other attendees with attitude and one-up-man-ship concenring the prom. > Really? Did you wear the dress and go and beat up a couple of demons? Do you want to tell other fans that, my most recent email offered 4,000$. The blouse last week was for 1,200$ > Look. It's a dress. It's fabric. It was worn on a TV show. I'm sure it's a > perfectly nice dress but it's not the Lost Arc of the Covenant ok? Why the ark would be nothing more than a storage box, to person like yourself. Once again own Buffy history. NYC Man

2003-04-23 10:17:27-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Shug, No any girl/woman with the desire is a slayer, its all attitude. > Only selling to Slayers seems to be restricting your market a bit. Last count > there were only two - and they were both fictional. Still a good salesman likes> a challenge I suppose. The review was from website, not mine. > Not even close. Yes it has moving scenes, but it's nowhere near the emotional > punch in the stomach that Becoming 2 is. Price is relative to desire, to own such an item. The bed which Angel took Buffy went recently for 20,000$ > > Ah so it's 'Slayer quality' that's the requirement not just being a Slayer huh? I'm guessing this 'quality' can be acquired with plenty of cash. That is true, here in NYC parents can spend up to 2,500 for a prom dress. Once again desire drives a person wants and as such cost. > Translation: can you afford it? I wasn't the one who wrote review. > There, there. Try to remember the little people in the TV-box are not real. It's been dead for season's. > >Wesley and Cordelia's relationship seem to be blossoming. No but the buyer no doubt will beat up other attendees with attitude and one-up-man-ship concenring the prom. > Really? Did you wear the dress and go and beat up a couple of demons? Do you want to tell other fans that, my most recent email offered 4,000$. The blouse last week was for 1,200$ > Look. It's a dress. It's fabric. It was worn on a TV show. I'm sure it's a > perfectly nice dress but it's not the Lost Arc of the Covenant ok? Why the ark would be nothing more than a storage box, to person like yourself. Once again own Buffy history. NYC Man

2003-04-23 11:16:41-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (Shuggie <Shuggie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <b38352a9.0304230917.4d0949c4@posting.google.com>, shadowman5832@lycos.com says... > <snip> > >> Really? Did you wear the dress and go and beat up a couple of demons? > >Do you want to tell other fans that, my most recent email offered >4,000$. The blouse last week was for 1,200$ > You said you could "attest it [the dress] has the slayer powers". Slayer powers are "the strength and skill to fight the vampires, demons and forces of darkness". Seems to mean you're making impossible claims. >> Look. It's a dress. It's fabric. It was worn on a TV show. I'm sure it's a >> perfectly nice dress but it's not the Lost Arc of the Covenant ok? > >Why the ark would be nothing more than a storage box, to person like >yourself. > Which it pretty much is. It has some historical value to historians. It has some religious value to religious people. But intrinsically it's just a box. Same with the dress - the only value is that which people choose to imbue it. I don't choose to - it's just a dress. In any case, it's all value by association. The Ark was important to the Jewish people because it represented the living presence of their God amongst them. But that box isn't itself the presence of God. Similarly - The Prom was a good episode, with moving scenes, in which Buffy wore that dress. But what makes it good, and moving, is the story being told. >Once again own Buffy history. You can't own history. Memories are one thing but you can never truly re-capture the past with objects. I guess your buyers are people who haven't figured that out yet.

2003-04-23 11:16:41-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (Shuggie <Shuggie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <b38352a9.0304230917.4d0949c4@posting.google.com>, shadowman5832@lycos.com says... > <snip> > >> Really? Did you wear the dress and go and beat up a couple of demons? > >Do you want to tell other fans that, my most recent email offered >4,000$. The blouse last week was for 1,200$ > You said you could "attest it [the dress] has the slayer powers". Slayer powers are "the strength and skill to fight the vampires, demons and forces of darkness". Seems to mean you're making impossible claims. >> Look. It's a dress. It's fabric. It was worn on a TV show. I'm sure it's a >> perfectly nice dress but it's not the Lost Arc of the Covenant ok? > >Why the ark would be nothing more than a storage box, to person like >yourself. > Which it pretty much is. It has some historical value to historians. It has some religious value to religious people. But intrinsically it's just a box. Same with the dress - the only value is that which people choose to imbue it. I don't choose to - it's just a dress. In any case, it's all value by association. The Ark was important to the Jewish people because it represented the living presence of their God amongst them. But that box isn't itself the presence of God. Similarly - The Prom was a good episode, with moving scenes, in which Buffy wore that dress. But what makes it good, and moving, is the story being told. >Once again own Buffy history. You can't own history. Memories are one thing but you can never truly re-capture the past with objects. I guess your buyers are people who haven't figured that out yet.

2003-04-23 15:11:19-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Aimee, You have very short site, Yes under my name the buyer will recieve information on how it was secured via letter of provenence. Please see my other post. Aimee, that has been discounted years ago. I am sorry for shipment is to be made via US Mail, which would constitute federal mail fraud, the troll accusation well to each his/her own taste. Yes, so sorry do have and will soon direct people to website under contruction in which many people have been purchasing items from Hollywood for years. Please open your eyes there is a real world out there. NYC Man

2003-04-23 15:11:19-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Aimee, You have very short site, Yes under my name the buyer will recieve information on how it was secured via letter of provenence. Please see my other post. Aimee, that has been discounted years ago. I am sorry for shipment is to be made via US Mail, which would constitute federal mail fraud, the troll accusation well to each his/her own taste. Yes, so sorry do have and will soon direct people to website under contruction in which many people have been purchasing items from Hollywood for years. Please open your eyes there is a real world out there. NYC Man

2003-04-23 15:13:51-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Shuggie, Remember one person's pennies is another dollars. I will agree with yourself concenring dress, it is simply desire to own it by any fan. There are many well-to-do whose son's and daughters are fans, and as such MUST HAVE these items. NYC Man

2003-04-23 15:13:51-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Shuggie, Remember one person's pennies is another dollars. I will agree with yourself concenring dress, it is simply desire to own it by any fan. There are many well-to-do whose son's and daughters are fans, and as such MUST HAVE these items. NYC Man

2003-04-23 17:56:22+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (aimee@rmta.org)


New York City Man <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote: > somebody stalker-boy didn't bother mentioning said: [snips] >> Only selling to Slayers seems to be restricting your market a bit. >> Last count >> there were only two - and they were both fictional. Still a good >> salesman likes a challenge I suppose. > The review was from website, not mine. > I wasn't the one who wrote review. you posted it under your name and didn't attribute it to anyone else. it seems to me you're full of shit. you don't have these items, nor do you have customers flocking to spend thousands of dollars on them. you're either a scam artist or a troll. Aimee the Magdalene \\\\\---------On Scarlet's Walk Tour----------\\\\\ \\---<http://www.thedent.com/tourlist02.html>----\\ // She ain't waiting 'til she gets older // // Her feet are making tracks in the winter snow // // She got a rainbow that touches her shoulder // // She be headed where the thunder rolls // // She got rhythm...Got that rhythm of the road // // -Van Halen //

2003-04-23 17:56:22+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (aimee@rmta.org)


New York City Man <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote: > somebody stalker-boy didn't bother mentioning said: [snips] >> Only selling to Slayers seems to be restricting your market a bit. >> Last count >> there were only two - and they were both fictional. Still a good >> salesman likes a challenge I suppose. > The review was from website, not mine. > I wasn't the one who wrote review. you posted it under your name and didn't attribute it to anyone else. it seems to me you're full of shit. you don't have these items, nor do you have customers flocking to spend thousands of dollars on them. you're either a scam artist or a troll. Aimee the Magdalene \\\\\---------On Scarlet's Walk Tour----------\\\\\ \\---<http://www.thedent.com/tourlist02.html>----\\ // She ain't waiting 'til she gets older // // Her feet are making tracks in the winter snow // // She got a rainbow that touches her shoulder // // She be headed where the thunder rolls // // She got rhythm...Got that rhythm of the road // // -Van Halen //

2003-04-24 04:23:20-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (Shuggie <Shuggie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <b38352a9.0304231411.6eed8f41@posting.google.com>, shadowman5832@lycos.com says... > >Please open your eyes there is a real world out there. Am I the only one to find this deeply ironic? :)

2003-04-24 04:23:20-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (Shuggie <Shuggie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <b38352a9.0304231411.6eed8f41@posting.google.com>, shadowman5832@lycos.com says... > >Please open your eyes there is a real world out there. Am I the only one to find this deeply ironic? :)

2003-04-24 10:18:02-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Shuggie, Please go to site that was provided by another poster. I find your posts either very jealous, envious or simply tunnel vision of the world. This is a site which sells lower interest Buffy set items, also from other shows. There are sites which sell higher more elusive items. These tend to be for collectors. Please try to remember. All things that are real are sellable, one persons pennies another dollars and another persons trash is anothers treasure. NYC Man

2003-04-24 10:18:02-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Shuggie, Please go to site that was provided by another poster. I find your posts either very jealous, envious or simply tunnel vision of the world. This is a site which sells lower interest Buffy set items, also from other shows. There are sites which sell higher more elusive items. These tend to be for collectors. Please try to remember. All things that are real are sellable, one persons pennies another dollars and another persons trash is anothers treasure. NYC Man

2003-04-24 10:34:51-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (Shuggie <Shuggie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <b38352a9.0304240918.683f20e1@posting.google.com>, shadowman5832@lycos.com says... > >Shuggie, > >Please go to site that was provided by another poster. I find your >posts either very jealous, envious or simply tunnel vision of the >world. Again with the irony. You seem to think that if someone is not interested in buying your wares that they must therefore be jealous. That is very tunnel-visioned.

2003-04-24 10:34:51-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (Shuggie <Shuggie_member@newsguy.com>)


In article <b38352a9.0304240918.683f20e1@posting.google.com>, shadowman5832@lycos.com says... > >Shuggie, > >Please go to site that was provided by another poster. I find your >posts either very jealous, envious or simply tunnel vision of the >world. Again with the irony. You seem to think that if someone is not interested in buying your wares that they must therefore be jealous. That is very tunnel-visioned.

2003-04-24 12:30:47-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Aimee, Sent you listing of items for sale, if you want pics just respond requsting which item of interest. The website is about 2 weeks away with information. I have also send pic of the Mrs. Shadowman both at BufCon and in LA, can you see the similairities to another actress of show. Please advise. Once again all things are possible, do you know SMG favorite perfume and line of makeup, it is not Maybelline. NYC Man

2003-04-24 12:30:47-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Aimee, Sent you listing of items for sale, if you want pics just respond requsting which item of interest. The website is about 2 weeks away with information. I have also send pic of the Mrs. Shadowman both at BufCon and in LA, can you see the similairities to another actress of show. Please advise. Once again all things are possible, do you know SMG favorite perfume and line of makeup, it is not Maybelline. NYC Man

2003-04-24 18:27:42+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (aimee@rmta.org)


New York City Man <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote: > You have very short site, you want my website to be larger? i had no idea you were a fan. does that mean you'll be selling the discarded clothing i thought i was donating to the american kidney fund last month? [snips] > Aimee, that has been discounted years ago. what has? given that you can't write a coherent post, i somehow doubt that you're making thousands of dollars on discarded btvs items. i just can't see someone so inarticulate as a successful salesman. > I am sorry for shipment is > to be made via US Mail, which would constitute federal mail fraud, presuming i've translated this into english correctly, you're still wrong. it's only mail fraud if people actually send you money, and i already noted that i don't think you could get anyone to pay $2,000+ for a fucking blouse. i know a little something about collecting, and you're not likely to get that much for a lower-tier star like SMG (no offense to SMG, but prestige-wise she's no jackie o or julia roberts). it's not mail fraud unless some sucker believes you and sends you the cash. > the troll accusation well to each his/her own taste. no, the term troll is clearly defined and is not a matter of taste. a troll is someone who makes remarks designed to offend in a particular forum in order to enjoy the angry/upset responses. you're either that or you're not. i'm not sure in your case, because i think there's a good chance you're genuinely deluded or otherwise mentally disabled. if i were sure you were a troll, i wouldn't be answering you. and btw, stop spamming me with your merchandise lists or i'll have a chat with your ISP about it. you wouldn't get my money, anyway - not only am i not interested in used clothing, but i'm also a cheapskate. to me thousands of dollars is a down payment on a car, not an amount to be wasted on a stinky old "collectible". Aimee the Magdalene &&&&&&&&& the cognitive dissonance .sig &&&&&&&&& & i won't let you fall apart NIN & & i have to learn to let you crash down Tori Amos & &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&

2003-04-24 18:27:42+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (aimee@rmta.org)


New York City Man <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote: > You have very short site, you want my website to be larger? i had no idea you were a fan. does that mean you'll be selling the discarded clothing i thought i was donating to the american kidney fund last month? [snips] > Aimee, that has been discounted years ago. what has? given that you can't write a coherent post, i somehow doubt that you're making thousands of dollars on discarded btvs items. i just can't see someone so inarticulate as a successful salesman. > I am sorry for shipment is > to be made via US Mail, which would constitute federal mail fraud, presuming i've translated this into english correctly, you're still wrong. it's only mail fraud if people actually send you money, and i already noted that i don't think you could get anyone to pay $2,000+ for a fucking blouse. i know a little something about collecting, and you're not likely to get that much for a lower-tier star like SMG (no offense to SMG, but prestige-wise she's no jackie o or julia roberts). it's not mail fraud unless some sucker believes you and sends you the cash. > the troll accusation well to each his/her own taste. no, the term troll is clearly defined and is not a matter of taste. a troll is someone who makes remarks designed to offend in a particular forum in order to enjoy the angry/upset responses. you're either that or you're not. i'm not sure in your case, because i think there's a good chance you're genuinely deluded or otherwise mentally disabled. if i were sure you were a troll, i wouldn't be answering you. and btw, stop spamming me with your merchandise lists or i'll have a chat with your ISP about it. you wouldn't get my money, anyway - not only am i not interested in used clothing, but i'm also a cheapskate. to me thousands of dollars is a down payment on a car, not an amount to be wasted on a stinky old "collectible". Aimee the Magdalene &&&&&&&&& the cognitive dissonance .sig &&&&&&&&& & i won't let you fall apart NIN & & i have to learn to let you crash down Tori Amos & &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&

2003-04-25 04:24:57-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Aimee, Once again short sighted. Please let myself expand on this. Prom Dress in Manhattan: 500-5000$, so actually Prom dress is a bargain. The collectors is exclusive, salesman I am not. Once again short sighted. Please let myself expand on this. I take it you performed searches on the clothing, I can take you to stores in Manhattan where similiar used clothes go for 1,000's of dollars and worn by ordinary people, so once again a bargain. So you got my list, spammers don't use real addresses. I am sorry if you limit your life to St. Louis but there is another world out there. Once again not cheapsake, but person wihout the abilities to purchase such items. I am off to Hollywood next Month, perhaps we could go to the valley or Rodeo Drive. I am certain your husband wouldn't mind. You would be schocked, what money will buy. NYC Man

2003-04-25 04:24:57-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Aimee, Once again short sighted. Please let myself expand on this. Prom Dress in Manhattan: 500-5000$, so actually Prom dress is a bargain. The collectors is exclusive, salesman I am not. Once again short sighted. Please let myself expand on this. I take it you performed searches on the clothing, I can take you to stores in Manhattan where similiar used clothes go for 1,000's of dollars and worn by ordinary people, so once again a bargain. So you got my list, spammers don't use real addresses. I am sorry if you limit your life to St. Louis but there is another world out there. Once again not cheapsake, but person wihout the abilities to purchase such items. I am off to Hollywood next Month, perhaps we could go to the valley or Rodeo Drive. I am certain your husband wouldn't mind. You would be schocked, what money will buy. NYC Man

2003-04-25 11:23:41-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (smaug86@yahoo.com)


shadowman5832@lycos.com (New York City Man) wrote in message news:<b38352a9.0304250324.55392470@posting.google.com>... > Aimee, > > Once again short sighted. Please let myself expand on this. Corrected:[Once again you are being short-sighted. Please allow me to elaborate on this.] > Prom Dress in Manhattan: 500-5000$, so actually Prom dress is a > bargain. Why would any sane person want to pay that kind of money for something they only wear one time? > The collectors is exclusive, salesman I am not. Corrcted:[The collectors are exclusive. I am not a salesman.] > Once again short sighted. Please let myself expand on this. See above. > I take it you performed searches on the clothing, I can take you to > stores in Manhattan where similiar used clothes go for 1,000's of > dollars and worn by ordinary people, so once again a bargain. Ordinary people spend thousands of dollars on used clothes? You haven't been taking a bunch of drugs lately, have you? > So you got my list, spammers don't use real addresses. Yes, they do. Anyone who sends unsolicited emails out in bulk is a spammer. It has nothing to do with their address being real or fake. I get spam from real email addersses all the time. > I am sorry if > you limit your life to St. Louis but there is another world out there. Yes, and New York City is only a very small part of it. > Once again not cheapsake, but person wihout the abilities to purchase > such items. I know some rich people who are very tight with their purses. They are called cheapskates. > I am off to Hollywood next Month, perhaps we could go to the valley or > Rodeo Drive. I am certain your husband wouldn't mind. See, before this, you were just some weird, possibly deluded and deranged person. But with this comment you are a bonified asshole. > You would be schocked, what money will buy. Apparantly, it cannot buy an education anymore. Smaug69

2003-04-25 11:23:41-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (smaug86@yahoo.com)


shadowman5832@lycos.com (New York City Man) wrote in message news:<b38352a9.0304250324.55392470@posting.google.com>... > Aimee, > > Once again short sighted. Please let myself expand on this. Corrected:[Once again you are being short-sighted. Please allow me to elaborate on this.] > Prom Dress in Manhattan: 500-5000$, so actually Prom dress is a > bargain. Why would any sane person want to pay that kind of money for something they only wear one time? > The collectors is exclusive, salesman I am not. Corrcted:[The collectors are exclusive. I am not a salesman.] > Once again short sighted. Please let myself expand on this. See above. > I take it you performed searches on the clothing, I can take you to > stores in Manhattan where similiar used clothes go for 1,000's of > dollars and worn by ordinary people, so once again a bargain. Ordinary people spend thousands of dollars on used clothes? You haven't been taking a bunch of drugs lately, have you? > So you got my list, spammers don't use real addresses. Yes, they do. Anyone who sends unsolicited emails out in bulk is a spammer. It has nothing to do with their address being real or fake. I get spam from real email addersses all the time. > I am sorry if > you limit your life to St. Louis but there is another world out there. Yes, and New York City is only a very small part of it. > Once again not cheapsake, but person wihout the abilities to purchase > such items. I know some rich people who are very tight with their purses. They are called cheapskates. > I am off to Hollywood next Month, perhaps we could go to the valley or > Rodeo Drive. I am certain your husband wouldn't mind. See, before this, you were just some weird, possibly deluded and deranged person. But with this comment you are a bonified asshole. > You would be schocked, what money will buy. Apparantly, it cannot buy an education anymore. Smaug69

2003-04-25 12:23:22-04:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (Observer <spam@spam.spam>)


New York City Man wrote: > Aimee, Stop spamming this newsgroup.

2003-04-25 12:23:22-04:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (Observer <spam@spam.spam>)


New York City Man wrote: > Aimee, Stop spamming this newsgroup.

2003-04-25 17:08:55-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Meager, Once again short sighted, the average 2 bedroom here go's for around 2,500 a month. The dress is high end, and the list I sent Aimee (who has disappeared)contained totally exclusive lines issued to set. The min for a blouse was 500.00 and that was retail. Once again offered Aimee to perform search, I guess she did. Once again, these items are not for average person. They are meant for persons or parents of means, the type SMG would enjoy the company of during dinner. I am off to Hollywood in May care to join or funds low. NYC Man

2003-04-25 17:08:55-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Meager, Once again short sighted, the average 2 bedroom here go's for around 2,500 a month. The dress is high end, and the list I sent Aimee (who has disappeared)contained totally exclusive lines issued to set. The min for a blouse was 500.00 and that was retail. Once again offered Aimee to perform search, I guess she did. Once again, these items are not for average person. They are meant for persons or parents of means, the type SMG would enjoy the company of during dinner. I am off to Hollywood in May care to join or funds low. NYC Man

2003-04-25 17:15:22-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Meager, Once again it's all attitude, if you got it flaunt it. Why not the person (actually couple)the fun of just thinking the hot scene in which Angel took Buffy. A side note the bed has appeared in no less than 100 scenes. The cost is only money. I am offering couple hefty price while in California. Simple said "I want it". Actually with spoilers and SMG recent behavior, it should be called Titanic II. This actually is adding worth to items especially with England fans. NYC Man

2003-04-25 17:15:22-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Meager, Once again it's all attitude, if you got it flaunt it. Why not the person (actually couple)the fun of just thinking the hot scene in which Angel took Buffy. A side note the bed has appeared in no less than 100 scenes. The cost is only money. I am offering couple hefty price while in California. Simple said "I want it". Actually with spoilers and SMG recent behavior, it should be called Titanic II. This actually is adding worth to items especially with England fans. NYC Man

2003-04-25 18:49:15+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (MegaSilver <megasilver@worldnet.att.net>)


"New York City Man" <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote in message news:b38352a9.0304230917.4d0949c4@posting.google.com... > Shug, > > No any girl/woman with the desire is a slayer, its all attitude. Actually... if you call a sheep a cow, it's still a sheep. Likewise, there's no such thing as a Vampire Slayer, no matter how Buffy-like a girl may be. > > Not even close. Yes it has moving scenes, but it's nowhere near the emotional > > punch in the stomach that Becoming 2 is. > > Price is relative to desire, to own such an item. The bed which Angel > took Buffy went recently for 20,000$ I pity the person who bought it... you'd think they'd have a better life with such money. > > There, there. Try to remember the little people in the TV-box are not real. > > It's been dead for season's. Umm... it's still alive and won't go out until May.

2003-04-25 18:49:15+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (MegaSilver <megasilver@worldnet.att.net>)


"New York City Man" <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote in message news:b38352a9.0304230917.4d0949c4@posting.google.com... > Shug, > > No any girl/woman with the desire is a slayer, its all attitude. Actually... if you call a sheep a cow, it's still a sheep. Likewise, there's no such thing as a Vampire Slayer, no matter how Buffy-like a girl may be. > > Not even close. Yes it has moving scenes, but it's nowhere near the emotional > > punch in the stomach that Becoming 2 is. > > Price is relative to desire, to own such an item. The bed which Angel > took Buffy went recently for 20,000$ I pity the person who bought it... you'd think they'd have a better life with such money. > > There, there. Try to remember the little people in the TV-box are not real. > > It's been dead for season's. Umm... it's still alive and won't go out until May.

2003-04-25 18:54:29+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (MegaSilver <megasilver@worldnet.att.net>)


"New York City Man" <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote in message news:b38352a9.0304250324.55392470@posting.google.com... > Prom Dress in Manhattan: 500-5000$, so actually Prom dress is a > bargain. Not really. Around here, girls get prom dresses that look similar enough to Buffy's for under $200. And somehow, I seriously doubt they picked a high-end dress for a one-time costume. Okay, maybe they would have for Buffy only, but they would NOT have spent thousands on it. I'm sure of that much. > You would be schocked, what money will buy. Yeah, you really would...

2003-04-25 18:54:29+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (MegaSilver <megasilver@worldnet.att.net>)


"New York City Man" <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote in message news:b38352a9.0304250324.55392470@posting.google.com... > Prom Dress in Manhattan: 500-5000$, so actually Prom dress is a > bargain. Not really. Around here, girls get prom dresses that look similar enough to Buffy's for under $200. And somehow, I seriously doubt they picked a high-end dress for a one-time costume. Okay, maybe they would have for Buffy only, but they would NOT have spent thousands on it. I'm sure of that much. > You would be schocked, what money will buy. Yeah, you really would...

2003-04-25 19:27:05+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (aimee@rmta.org)


New York City Man <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote: > Prom Dress in Manhattan: 500-5000$, so actually Prom dress is a > bargain. i'm sure people in manhattan spend stupid amounts of money on their dress clothes - this is their prerogative. but you're posting in an international forum here, and the fact is that most people wouldn't spend more than a few hundred dollars on a formal gown, unless it's a wedding dress (and even then around $1,000 is considered adequate). plus, we're not just talking about a prom dress, here. you list several everyday items for $1000+. > The collectors is exclusive, salesman I am not. ok, my translator just broke. i have no clue what this "sentence" means. [snip] > I take it you performed searches on the clothing, I can take you to > stores in Manhattan where similiar used clothes go for 1,000's of > dollars and worn by ordinary people, so once again a bargain. no, i performed no searches. i used my own noggin. most people don't spend that much money for new clothes, much less used ones. and most people don't live in manhattan. > So you got my list, spammers don't use real addresses. you sent me unsolicited email, after i specifically said i had no interest in your merchandise. that's spam, and malicious spam at that. i'll be talking to your provider about it. you're the world's crappiest salesman, wasting your time typing up imaginary merchandise lists and sending them to people who've already said they're not interested. > I am sorry if > you limit your life to St. Louis but there is another world out there. actually, it seems that you're the one who limits yourself to manhattan. i, otoh, am a world traveller. honestly, i preferred even helsinki to NYC. and for a real cosmopolitan, amsterdam is the place to be. > Once again not cheapsake, but person wihout the abilities to purchase > such items. no, i'm a cheapskate. i have plenty of money, and i *could* spend thousands of dollars on SMG-stenched clothing, but that's not where my interests lie. my fandom extends to buying the btvs DVD sets and seeing SMG movies if they look even remotely interesting. > I am off to Hollywood next Month, perhaps we could go to the valley or > Rodeo Drive. I am certain your husband wouldn't mind. no, i'm not attracted to stalkers, and my husband really *would* mind if i went out with a psycho like you. i also have no interest in hollywood or expensive shops. it's just not my thing (i actually hate shopping). you see, there's a whole 'nother world outside of your celebrity obsession, and people with lives that don't revolve around overspending at fashionable shops. personally, i'm all about tar-zhay. > You would be schocked, what money will buy. not really. i just don't care about the same things you do. Aimee the Magdalene * losing your faith is a lot like losing your virginity * * you don't realize how irritating it was 'til it's gone * * - AEL * * and when they say 'take of his body' * * i think i'll take from mine instead - Tori Amos * * once i could see...now i am blind - Trent Reznor *

2003-04-25 19:27:05+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (aimee@rmta.org)


New York City Man <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote: > Prom Dress in Manhattan: 500-5000$, so actually Prom dress is a > bargain. i'm sure people in manhattan spend stupid amounts of money on their dress clothes - this is their prerogative. but you're posting in an international forum here, and the fact is that most people wouldn't spend more than a few hundred dollars on a formal gown, unless it's a wedding dress (and even then around $1,000 is considered adequate). plus, we're not just talking about a prom dress, here. you list several everyday items for $1000+. > The collectors is exclusive, salesman I am not. ok, my translator just broke. i have no clue what this "sentence" means. [snip] > I take it you performed searches on the clothing, I can take you to > stores in Manhattan where similiar used clothes go for 1,000's of > dollars and worn by ordinary people, so once again a bargain. no, i performed no searches. i used my own noggin. most people don't spend that much money for new clothes, much less used ones. and most people don't live in manhattan. > So you got my list, spammers don't use real addresses. you sent me unsolicited email, after i specifically said i had no interest in your merchandise. that's spam, and malicious spam at that. i'll be talking to your provider about it. you're the world's crappiest salesman, wasting your time typing up imaginary merchandise lists and sending them to people who've already said they're not interested. > I am sorry if > you limit your life to St. Louis but there is another world out there. actually, it seems that you're the one who limits yourself to manhattan. i, otoh, am a world traveller. honestly, i preferred even helsinki to NYC. and for a real cosmopolitan, amsterdam is the place to be. > Once again not cheapsake, but person wihout the abilities to purchase > such items. no, i'm a cheapskate. i have plenty of money, and i *could* spend thousands of dollars on SMG-stenched clothing, but that's not where my interests lie. my fandom extends to buying the btvs DVD sets and seeing SMG movies if they look even remotely interesting. > I am off to Hollywood next Month, perhaps we could go to the valley or > Rodeo Drive. I am certain your husband wouldn't mind. no, i'm not attracted to stalkers, and my husband really *would* mind if i went out with a psycho like you. i also have no interest in hollywood or expensive shops. it's just not my thing (i actually hate shopping). you see, there's a whole 'nother world outside of your celebrity obsession, and people with lives that don't revolve around overspending at fashionable shops. personally, i'm all about tar-zhay. > You would be schocked, what money will buy. not really. i just don't care about the same things you do. Aimee the Magdalene * losing your faith is a lot like losing your virginity * * you don't realize how irritating it was 'til it's gone * * - AEL * * and when they say 'take of his body' * * i think i'll take from mine instead - Tori Amos * * once i could see...now i am blind - Trent Reznor *

2003-04-26 05:01:39+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (aimee@rmta.org)


MegaSilver <megasilver@worldnet.att.net> wrote: > "New York City Man" <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote: [snip] >> Price is relative to desire, to own such an item. The bed which Angel >> took Buffy went recently for 20,000$ > I pity the person who bought it... you'd think they'd have a better life > with such money. [snip] or this guy never had the item and nobody bought it for that stupid amount of money. perhaps NYC man would like to prove his claims. let's see your tax forms, buddy. Aimee the Magdalene ********************************************************************* \ finding jesus in the faces of the dying gutter people of calcutta / / is a wonderful way to dissipate one's sex drive - Tony Campolo \ \ you can't stumble if you're on your knees - a church sign / / time for cake and sodomy - Marilyn Manson \ *********************************************************************

2003-04-26 05:01:39+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (aimee@rmta.org)


MegaSilver <megasilver@worldnet.att.net> wrote: > "New York City Man" <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote: [snip] >> Price is relative to desire, to own such an item. The bed which Angel >> took Buffy went recently for 20,000$ > I pity the person who bought it... you'd think they'd have a better life > with such money. [snip] or this guy never had the item and nobody bought it for that stupid amount of money. perhaps NYC man would like to prove his claims. let's see your tax forms, buddy. Aimee the Magdalene ********************************************************************* \ finding jesus in the faces of the dying gutter people of calcutta / / is a wonderful way to dissipate one's sex drive - Tony Campolo \ \ you can't stumble if you're on your knees - a church sign / / time for cake and sodomy - Marilyn Manson \ *********************************************************************

2003-04-26 09:52:47+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - ("J. Doe" <foo@bar.com>)


Shuggie wrote: > > In article <b38352a9.0304231411.6eed8f41@posting.google.com>, > shadowman5832@lycos.com says... > > > > >Please open your eyes there is a real world out there. > > Am I the only one to find this deeply ironic? :) Nope, there's at least one more of us right there beside ya. :-) This guy is a crock. And to Mister New York City Man: If you really want people to believe you have these items, and you want them to send you money for them, then learn to speak and write proper english. Everything you've posted so far to this newsgroup reads like the writings of a badly schooled 3rd grader. --- Gregc

2003-04-26 09:52:47+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - ("J. Doe" <foo@bar.com>)


Shuggie wrote: > > In article <b38352a9.0304231411.6eed8f41@posting.google.com>, > shadowman5832@lycos.com says... > > > > >Please open your eyes there is a real world out there. > > Am I the only one to find this deeply ironic? :) Nope, there's at least one more of us right there beside ya. :-) This guy is a crock. And to Mister New York City Man: If you really want people to believe you have these items, and you want them to send you money for them, then learn to speak and write proper english. Everything you've posted so far to this newsgroup reads like the writings of a badly schooled 3rd grader. --- Gregc

2003-04-27 05:53:12+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (MegaSilver <megasilver@worldnet.att.net>)


"New York City Man" <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote in message news:b38352a9.0304251615.607d0c6a@posting.google.com... > Meager, > > Once again it's all attitude, if you got it flaunt it. Yup, and that's a BAD attitude. I'm not opposed to people having excess money to throw around, but you should only buy something big and fancy if it's what you really want and would enjoy, not because you think it'll impress people. > Why not the person (actually couple)the fun of just thinking the hot > scene in which Angel took Buffy. A side note the bed has appeared in > no less than 100 scenes. The cost is only money. Assuming this is even for real, that is. > I am offering couple hefty price while in California. Simple said "I > want it". Uh-huh. > Actually with spoilers and SMG recent behavior, it should be called > Titanic II. Really? > This actually is adding worth to items especially with England fans. What difference does country make?

2003-04-27 05:53:12+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (MegaSilver <megasilver@worldnet.att.net>)


"New York City Man" <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote in message news:b38352a9.0304251615.607d0c6a@posting.google.com... > Meager, > > Once again it's all attitude, if you got it flaunt it. Yup, and that's a BAD attitude. I'm not opposed to people having excess money to throw around, but you should only buy something big and fancy if it's what you really want and would enjoy, not because you think it'll impress people. > Why not the person (actually couple)the fun of just thinking the hot > scene in which Angel took Buffy. A side note the bed has appeared in > no less than 100 scenes. The cost is only money. Assuming this is even for real, that is. > I am offering couple hefty price while in California. Simple said "I > want it". Uh-huh. > Actually with spoilers and SMG recent behavior, it should be called > Titanic II. Really? > This actually is adding worth to items especially with England fans. What difference does country make?

2003-04-28 05:31:28-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


aimee, Here is the formal inviation to Party in Beverly Hills (PLEASE NOTICE YEAR) AND NEWSGROUP, once again no reason for false items, once again do your own searches. BS. I am sorry you have no life, or the ability to be with Sarah and smell her perfume. PS: A little trivia, what is her favorite perfume. Bring on the wanabee naysayers, for the man who resides in the city so nice they named it twice. That is a good idea, perhaps review each other's finacial statements in the hot tub, when we are in California. I heard your husband express " It's good to share" From: JGell29481 (jgell29481@aol.com) Subject: **Special Gellman Office Herf (GOH) Newsgroups: alt.smokers.cigars Date: 2001-01-16 17:18:04 PST It is here! On January 27th at Noon. 280 S. Beverly Drive #404. E-mail me RSVP and directions. Catered, of course. We will be celebrating the return of Ramos to the fold. Many of you think he is a %$&* and this herf will be the first step for him to show us all that he is, indeed, a nice guy who likes to ruffle feathers (much akin to what I enjoy doing). Well, it is just another reason to get together and smoke, eat, and drink. I hope that ASC will not let me down. I know that there will be several people from Cigar Family and ICG in attendance. Aimee looking to enjoying you. NYC Man

2003-04-28 05:31:28-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


aimee, Here is the formal inviation to Party in Beverly Hills (PLEASE NOTICE YEAR) AND NEWSGROUP, once again no reason for false items, once again do your own searches. BS. I am sorry you have no life, or the ability to be with Sarah and smell her perfume. PS: A little trivia, what is her favorite perfume. Bring on the wanabee naysayers, for the man who resides in the city so nice they named it twice. That is a good idea, perhaps review each other's finacial statements in the hot tub, when we are in California. I heard your husband express " It's good to share" From: JGell29481 (jgell29481@aol.com) Subject: **Special Gellman Office Herf (GOH) Newsgroups: alt.smokers.cigars Date: 2001-01-16 17:18:04 PST It is here! On January 27th at Noon. 280 S. Beverly Drive #404. E-mail me RSVP and directions. Catered, of course. We will be celebrating the return of Ramos to the fold. Many of you think he is a %$&* and this herf will be the first step for him to show us all that he is, indeed, a nice guy who likes to ruffle feathers (much akin to what I enjoy doing). Well, it is just another reason to get together and smoke, eat, and drink. I hope that ASC will not let me down. I know that there will be several people from Cigar Family and ICG in attendance. Aimee looking to enjoying you. NYC Man

2003-04-28 05:40:12-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Meager, Yup, and that's a BAD attitude. I'm not opposed to people having excess > money to throw around, but you should only buy something big and fancy if > it's what you really want and would enjoy, not because you think it'll > impress people. But what if you enjoy it, and flaunt it. I was watching the Osbournes this week. Now there is a family of excessives in each a every moment of life. PS: Type of people who will buy items. These are not your average folks. Assuming this is even for real, that is. That is why going to California latter in May. We will have dinner in Beverly Hills while haggling over price. What difference does country make? The Eurpoeans and far easterns have taken a interest in BTVS. This results in item values being elevated. NYC Man

2003-04-28 05:40:12-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Meager, Yup, and that's a BAD attitude. I'm not opposed to people having excess > money to throw around, but you should only buy something big and fancy if > it's what you really want and would enjoy, not because you think it'll > impress people. But what if you enjoy it, and flaunt it. I was watching the Osbournes this week. Now there is a family of excessives in each a every moment of life. PS: Type of people who will buy items. These are not your average folks. Assuming this is even for real, that is. That is why going to California latter in May. We will have dinner in Beverly Hills while haggling over price. What difference does country make? The Eurpoeans and far easterns have taken a interest in BTVS. This results in item values being elevated. NYC Man

2003-04-28 06:48:18-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Smog Prom Dress in Manhattan: 500-5000$, so actually Prom dress is a bargain. Why would any sane person want to pay that kind of money for something? They only wear one time. Ordinary people spend thousands of dollars on used clothes. You haven't been taking a bunch of drugs lately, have you? Please go to the following website. Www.afterwards.com/root/index.html Once again you simply don't have a life, a side note. This is why SMG doesn't deal with fans on a personal leave. The thing in common absolutely 0. Once again if you are in the know SMG at times sells used clothes to such shops. Yes, they do. Anyone who sends unsolicited emails out in bulk is a spammer. It has nothing to do with their address being real or fake. I get spam from real email addersses all the time. That's right, it wasn't a bulk email to Amiee, but she doesn't have a life. I went to her site, did I hear inbreeding was in order. See, before this, you were just some weird, possibly deluded and deranged person. But with this comment you are a bonified asshole. Once again you simply cannot comprehend such a life, and to think you enjoy SMG via posting on this newsgroup. I will tell you if you were to state my lifestyle to SMG, she simply shrug her shoulders and say "No big deal". I will be posting my travel plans to Hollywood, please read friends post about party in Beverly Hills. > You would be shocked, what money will buy. Apparently, it can buy an education via identity theft, which is running rampant in upper educational institutions. NYC Man

2003-04-28 06:48:18-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Smog Prom Dress in Manhattan: 500-5000$, so actually Prom dress is a bargain. Why would any sane person want to pay that kind of money for something? They only wear one time. Ordinary people spend thousands of dollars on used clothes. You haven't been taking a bunch of drugs lately, have you? Please go to the following website. Www.afterwards.com/root/index.html Once again you simply don't have a life, a side note. This is why SMG doesn't deal with fans on a personal leave. The thing in common absolutely 0. Once again if you are in the know SMG at times sells used clothes to such shops. Yes, they do. Anyone who sends unsolicited emails out in bulk is a spammer. It has nothing to do with their address being real or fake. I get spam from real email addersses all the time. That's right, it wasn't a bulk email to Amiee, but she doesn't have a life. I went to her site, did I hear inbreeding was in order. See, before this, you were just some weird, possibly deluded and deranged person. But with this comment you are a bonified asshole. Once again you simply cannot comprehend such a life, and to think you enjoy SMG via posting on this newsgroup. I will tell you if you were to state my lifestyle to SMG, she simply shrug her shoulders and say "No big deal". I will be posting my travel plans to Hollywood, please read friends post about party in Beverly Hills. > You would be shocked, what money will buy. Apparently, it can buy an education via identity theft, which is running rampant in upper educational institutions. NYC Man

2003-04-28 14:18:12-04:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (DJensen <knom@oaterak.moc>)


Stop spamming. New York City Man wrote: > <spam & insults> -- D Jensen address has been reversed to avoid spam

2003-04-28 14:18:12-04:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (DJensen <knom@oaterak.moc>)


Stop spamming. New York City Man wrote: > <spam & insults> -- D Jensen address has been reversed to avoid spam

2003-04-28 17:32:11+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (aimee@rmta.org)


New York City Man <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote: > Here is the formal inviation to Party in Beverly Hills [snip] ok, bored now. i apologize to the ng for poking the big, dumb bear and provoking it to continue posting. i'm going to stop now before this wanker starts stalking me in earnest. Aimee the Magdalene | the view that the metaphysician is to be reckoned among the poets | | appears to rest on the assumption that both talk nonsense. but | | this assumption is false. in the vast majority of cases the | | sentences produced by poets do have literal meaning. | | - A.J. Ayer |

2003-04-28 17:32:11+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (aimee@rmta.org)


New York City Man <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote: > Here is the formal inviation to Party in Beverly Hills [snip] ok, bored now. i apologize to the ng for poking the big, dumb bear and provoking it to continue posting. i'm going to stop now before this wanker starts stalking me in earnest. Aimee the Magdalene | the view that the metaphysician is to be reckoned among the poets | | appears to rest on the assumption that both talk nonsense. but | | this assumption is false. in the vast majority of cases the | | sentences produced by poets do have literal meaning. | | - A.J. Ayer |

2003-05-02 04:47:30+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (MegaSilver <megasilver@worldnet.att.net>)


"New York City Man" <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote in message news:b38352a9.0304280440.4f8d9372@posting.google.com... > Meager, > > > Yup, and that's a BAD attitude. I'm not opposed to people having > excess > > money to throw around, but you should only buy something big and fancy if > > it's what you really want and would enjoy, not because you think it'll > > impress people. > > But what if you enjoy it, and flaunt it. I was watching the Osbournes > this week. Now there is a family of excessives in each a every moment > of life. I'll admit, flaunting can be fun, but it's nasty. > PS: Type of people who will buy items. These are not your average > folks. I should point out that that may not always be for the better. > Assuming this is even for real, that is. > > That is why going to California latter in May. We will have dinner in > Beverly Hills while haggling over price. *SIGH* Well, all I can say is that if this IS for real and you actually get people to buy these things, I congratulate you on a money-making scheme well-done. *rolls eyes* > What difference does country make? > > The Eurpoeans and far easterns have taken a interest in BTVS. This > results in item values being elevated. Not by much, since, I believe, the total number of BtVS viewers has remained largely unchanged (fluctuating by no more than one million) since Season 2.

2003-05-02 04:47:30+00:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (MegaSilver <megasilver@worldnet.att.net>)


"New York City Man" <shadowman5832@lycos.com> wrote in message news:b38352a9.0304280440.4f8d9372@posting.google.com... > Meager, > > > Yup, and that's a BAD attitude. I'm not opposed to people having > excess > > money to throw around, but you should only buy something big and fancy if > > it's what you really want and would enjoy, not because you think it'll > > impress people. > > But what if you enjoy it, and flaunt it. I was watching the Osbournes > this week. Now there is a family of excessives in each a every moment > of life. I'll admit, flaunting can be fun, but it's nasty. > PS: Type of people who will buy items. These are not your average > folks. I should point out that that may not always be for the better. > Assuming this is even for real, that is. > > That is why going to California latter in May. We will have dinner in > Beverly Hills while haggling over price. *SIGH* Well, all I can say is that if this IS for real and you actually get people to buy these things, I congratulate you on a money-making scheme well-done. *rolls eyes* > What difference does country make? > > The Eurpoeans and far easterns have taken a interest in BTVS. This > results in item values being elevated. Not by much, since, I believe, the total number of BtVS viewers has remained largely unchanged (fluctuating by no more than one million) since Season 2.

2003-05-02 06:19:15-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Aimee, Come out, come out wherever you are. Why don't you like to play, after all aren't you going with myself to LA and haven't you visited the temp site yet. My my children shouldn't play with matches, now go be a good little girl. NYC Man

2003-05-02 06:19:15-07:00 - Re: Prom Dress Slayer Powers - (shadowman5832@lycos.com)


Aimee, Come out, come out wherever you are. Why don't you like to play, after all aren't you going with myself to LA and haven't you visited the temp site yet. My my children shouldn't play with matches, now go be a good little girl. NYC Man