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acy274

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  1. Alright, enough is enough. Can't take anymore of these commercials. Thanks for ruining the Ryder Cup, GC. Enjoy the rest of your night/morning fellas and go USA!
  2. Wow! Poor American lol. Your TV is the worst in the world when it comes to commercials. I visited my brother in the states and watched sports on TV and gave up after 30mins. It's just insane and the worst TV experience ever. This is not typical. This is golf channel pulling some f'd up bs.
  3. Even their shot tracker is wonky. Oh look 3 tee shots, a couple putts, and more commercials. At this point I think they're messing with us.
  4. OMFG they literally showed 5 shots before more commercials.
  5. I hope golf channel is getting roasted for this bs.
  6. This. I was pumped to watch, but I'm going to bed if they keep it up with the commercials at this rate.
  7. Brooks may have won the tourney, but Tiger won his girl. He's back. [gimg]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dkb9qkqX0AUlyrC.jpg:large[/gimg]
  8. Appears to be a down payment. Only $57 due at course instead of $60, so the $3 isn't an additional fee.
  9. Lmao there's some serious projection going on here. And with that, I'll bow out. Take a deep breath and have a great weekend. You'll make associate DOND mod one of these days!
  10. In this case, OP has eBay messages from buyer to waive signature. If the tracking says delivered, eBay wouldn't side with the buyer if he claimed stolen from porch. I would've shipped it once I had confirmation from buyer to waive signature, let alone him begging to waive it lol. I also don't fault the OP for not wanting to ship. Ultimately it's about your own level of comfort in a deal, and if he didn't feel good about it, he shouldn't ship. Hahaha, you obviously haven't dealt with ebay much. They side with the buyer 101% of the time. I've sold quite a few non-golf items. Buyers tried
  11. In that case what a crass comment. Who are you to tell him he doesn't know how to deal with people (essentially saying you are better at it) like it was his fault this situation transpired and completely ignored the fact ebay is full of deadbeats and scammers. I was responding to his comment that ebay sides with the buyer 101% of the time. The conversation didn't even involve you ... I don't think he needs you to white-knight for him lmao. Why so sensitive? Are you the one that doesn't know how to deal with people? ;)
  12. In this case, OP has eBay messages from buyer to waive signature. If the tracking says delivered, eBay wouldn't side with the buyer if he claimed stolen from porch. I would've shipped it once I had confirmation from buyer to waive signature, let alone him begging to waive it lol. I also don't fault the OP for not wanting to ship. Ultimately it's about your own level of comfort in a deal, and if he didn't feel good about it, he shouldn't ship. Hahaha, you obviously haven't dealt with ebay much. They side with the buyer 101% of the time. I've sold quite a few non-golf items. Buyers tried
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