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Selling Son's Beloved Play Station 2 For Punishment!


Item number: 8107675670




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US $122.50


Ended:


May-31-04 09:10:22 PDT
Start time: May-24-04 :10:22 PDT
History:
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(US $0.01 starting bid)




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Description
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Item Specifics - Video Game Systems
Platform: Sony PlayStation 2 Bundled Items: Accessories
Condition: Used Format: NTSC (US, Canada)








Parents please let your children read this auction.


 


It was a glory day when my son received his Play Station 2. This beloved machine was his prize possession. He played, if not for hours at a time. When he would not take care of anything else, but he took care of this little treasure of his. Ground him, take away phone privileges………….anything but this PS2.


 


UP FOR AUCTION OR


FOR SALE DUE TO PUNISHMENT


 


PLAY STATION 2


PS2


USED


PLAYS GREAT! ASK MY SON


 


CHICKNWING@SBCGLOBAL.NET


 


COMES WITH TWO CONTROLERS


SOME TYPE OF MEMORY CARD


NO GAMES


NO RESERVE


 


 


Here is the story: This weekend my 13 year old son decided to be destructive, deceptive and disobedient. I had a bugle I was selling on Ebay and while I was out he decided to “play” with it. Sunday morning when the auction was to end, He picked up the bugle and asked me if I knew it was broken. He handed me the bugle which he had “played” with and both solder joints were broken and since it was out of alignment the slide is now stiff.


 


Lets back up one night. That was the tip of the iceberg. Saturday night I send my son & his friend to the skating rink like the rest of the parents. I was to pick him up from the skating rink after it ended. Well he went home, while I was not there with his friend and they invited someone I do not know to the house while WE were not there. I get home about 11:30 PM and find the house is wrecked. Beer was missing. Confronted son and friends about beer…Yes they had drank the beer. -$6.00 Strike one!


 


Get up the next morning only the find the mysteriously broken bugle! -$51.00  Strike Two!


 


Here is the kicker…………..Husband finds the corkscrew in the floor and part of a cork in the floor. Ask son who is play his beloved Play Station 2 if he has any thing he would like to tell us?


Son-  “No”


Dad-   “Really?


Son-  “No”


Dad- “what did you use this corkscrew for?”


Son-  “To open the beer.”


Dad-  “What about this cork?”


Son-  “What cork?”


Dad-  “This cork.”


Son   “Oh, THAT cork. I drank some wine too.”


Dad-  “Well I hope you enjoyed that because it cost $120.00 a  bottle!”


 


LET THE YELLING BEGIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


 


That’s right my 13 year old son drank a bottle of Dom Perignon champagne- 1995. PUT IT BACK IN THE FRIDGE WITH PART OF A CORK AND THE LITTLE METAL THING BACK ON TOP! -$120.00.


 


THAT BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE WAS A GIFT THAT WE HAVE BEEN SAVING FOR OVER A YEAR FOR THAT “SPECIAL” OCCASION.


 


 


SO I AM MINUS ABOUT $177 FOR THIS WEEKEND LITTLE ANTICS.  NOT TO MENTION THE AGGRAVATION OF THE ARUGING, LYING AND DECEPTION. I AM NOT GOING TO PUT UP WITH THAT KIND OF BEHAVIOR FROM A CHILD. EVEN A 6’” 13 YEAR OR ANY ONE WHO DISRESPECTS ME & MY STUFF.


 


SO CHILDREN LISTEN UP DO NOT DISRESPECT YPUR PARENTS YOUR FRIENDS OR YOURSELF BECAUSE US PARENTS ARE SMARTER THAN YOU AND WE WILL FIND OUT ABOUT ANY AND ALL THINGS YOU TRY TO HIDE.


 


I AM SELLING THOS PRIZE possession TO RECOOP WHAT I LOST.


 


THIS IS NOT THE ACTUAL PICTURE BUT I WILL ADD ONE OF THE ACTUAL SYSTEM WHEN I GET A CHANCE TO TAKE A PICTURE.


 


HAPPY BIDDING!


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porsupah From: porsupah Date: June 11th, 2004 01:39 pm (UTC) (Link)
Ow, ow, ow.. ! ^_^;; Gods, I almost have to sympathise for the kid.. but he certainly seemed to walk into the situation willingly. (Dom Perignon 1995! Ouch. No, not exactly a $5 bottle of Paul Masson. And then only shiftily admitting it.. :-P)

Gods, final bid was $122! Add on postage.. wouldn't it be cheaper just to go to Amazon or the local electronica megamart?

How do vertical tray-loaders like that work? I've not actually played with one. Mouse and Bunny have trays, but strictly horizontal-only. Presumably the tray's rim is in a plane parallel to the ground, so the disc can stand upright, rather than ones as mine, where the rim's a gentle slope. But I am a panda of very little brain.
ibneko From: ibneko Date: June 11th, 2004 02:39 pm (UTC) (Link)
Oh, it's really just the same thing as the horizontal tray-loading system... my DVD burner is a vertial tray-loader as is my PS2, although I keep the latter in the horizontal position, since I'm afraid of it falling over and breaking or something ^^;;;.

The lower half of the PS2 tray rim actually slopes down, then up, forming a semi-sharp V that the disk can sit in. On the DVD burner, however, there are little plastic inwardly protruding pieces, about half a cm long, two mm wide, and one mm thick?, at 1:30, 4:30, 7:30 and 10:30 (or at least I think it's there.. the DVD burner isn't next to me at the moment, so I can't double check...). The pieces form hooks that the CD or DVD can rest on.
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