From: Bren on

"DubDriver" <dubsdrive5(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
news:DTk2o.21057$z56.669(a)news.usenetserver.com...
> Looks good for the price.

Its �19.99 according to the link you supplied??????


From: Mike on
In message <i2ueel$t0a$1(a)news.eternal-september.org>
at 12:52:49 on Fri, 30 Jul 2010, Slartibartfast
<Slartibartfast(a)Norway-Coastline.net> wrote
>Too much hassle, and too much trouble to clean, it now resides in the
>dustbin! Good thing it was only �9.99!
>
Perhaps you need to rephrase the last sentence "now I know why it was
�9.99"
--
Mike News
From: fred on
In article <i2ueel$t0a$1(a)news.eternal-september.org>, Slartibartfast
<Slartibartfast(a)Norway-Coastline.net> writes
>Too much hassle, and too much trouble to clean, it now resides in the
>dustbin! Good thing it was only �9.99!
>
Thanks for the warning.

On Argos links, they like to trace the source of the query but you can
shorten them quite a bit by pasting the part number into the obvious
space in this:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/<part_no>/Trail/searchtext%3Eargos_sucks.htm


I haven't found a really short way to directly link to their part number
content. You can replace the argos_sucks with anything you like.
--
fred
FIVE TV's superbright logo - not the DOG's, it's bollocks
From: fred on
In article <8c4nhgFf6cU1(a)mid.individual.net>, Adrian C
<email(a)here.invalid> writes
>On 06/08/2010 21:21, fred wrote:
>
>>
>> I haven't found a really short way to directly link to their part number
>> content.
>
>Try
>
>http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Search?searchTerms={partnum
>ber}
>
Hmmn, not working for me, either a blank page or "Sorry! We've had a
problem with the link you've just selected" when using the o/p's part
number. 2 browsers tried.
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fred
FIVE TV's superbright logo - not the DOG's, it's bollocks