Re: Another damn law

On Jan 8, 10:41�am, "JJ's Place" <NoS...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Goodbye eBay! �Goodbye Craigslist! �Hello bankruptcy.


Interesting some responses to this lnew aw. You'd think everyone would
cheer an attempt to protect our children against dangerous products.

Instead, everyone seems to be "what's in it for me" (or "how will this
hurt my eBay sales"). Gee, articles that test as having lead or other
chemicals might turn up, and you can't sell them to parents for their
kids? Time to check your priorities.

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