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Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell
Posted by gearjammer on 2002-03-03 13:12:57
In reply to John Pletz
So I'm wonderin how much free advertising the poor guy got by Dell red-flagging his order and then kickin up a stink about it. Kudos to Dell for having a system that watches for these things. Give it a rest, pal, you got your "15 minutes" and plenty of free air time, or was that the intent in the first place? You go, Dell!




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell  John Pletz  2002-03-01 15:40:25
Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell  vwguy  2002-03-04 18:44:55
Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell  gearjammer  2002-03-03 13:12:57
Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell  esrever_otua  2002-07-31 01:03:57
Re: Dude, You're Not Getting a Dell  Roundabout  2002-03-01 17:20:54
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