Subject: Re: Adobe Stock Images pays photo $0.18 for using his photo
On 12/20/2017 12:07 PM, nospam wrote:
> In article<firstname.lastname@example.org>, PeterN
> <"peter,newdelete"@deleteverizon.net> wrote:
>> Actually I will add one category to the term Appleseed. In this use it
>> is the equivalent of calling them stupid. I have a friend who signed up
>> for early delivery of the iPhone x, and ordered several of them. He kept
>> one for himself, and sold the others at a profit. I call the ones who
>> paid more than list stupid, unless they had urgent need for a new phone.
> that happens with any product which is in limited supply, but the
> haters always try to make it look like it's just apple users.
> Nintendo's highly anticipated NES Classic Edition launched on Friday
> and immediately sold out everywhere. Even before it launched, we knew
> the $60 mini-sized console, which runs 30 classic NES games, would be
> a hit this holiday season.
> As with all hot items, scalpers quickly started selling the consoles
> on eBay and Craigslist with prices going from double to outrageous.
> A quick search on eBay shows NES Classic Editions selling for between
> $65 and a whopping $1,225. The listings for sub-$100 are, of course,
> moving fast.
> One reason some people waited in long lines to be the first to get
> the new Nintendo Wii U console has nothing to do with the games. With
> Wii U devices all but guaranteed to be sold out at retailers around
> the world this Christmas, some buyers immediately put their new
> consoles on Ebay. Wii Us are already selling for over $500 on the
> site. There were well over 2,500 consoles listed on the world's
> largest auction site just hours after it went on sale on November 18
> at the Nintendo World store in New York City and around the globe.
> it's also not just electronics:
> Indeed, per the online commerce site, miniscule 0.5 ML packets of
> Szechuan sauce are going for anywhere from $60 to ‹ you may want to
> sit down for this ‹ $700. (One listing even goes to $1,000.) And some
> sellers, predictably, are running scams, assuming you don¹t consider
> paying hundreds of dollars for a pack of fast-food dipping sauce a
> total ripoff as well.
No difference. Thea is a big difference between an needed iPhone, and
You diversion doesn't work.