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22 July 2010 @ 08:15 pm
Anime/manga/JE magazines, DVDs, games, CDs...  
This is my first time posting here, so hi!

I'm planning on moving this summer, so I decided to clear out some of the stuff I don't want anymore. Not only will it be easier to move, but if I get rid of old fandom stuff I can buy more stuff for my current fandoms, yay :Db!

So I'm selling a bunch of anime magazines like Newtype, manga magazines like Ciao and Nakayoshi, a ton of Shojo Beat/Shonen Jump back issues, a couple of JE magazines, a bunch of anime DVDs and video games, some manga I have extras of, a bunch of Naruto-related merchandise, and some CDs including Hello! Project, Puffy AmiYumi, and Naruto/Bleach-related soundtracks. If you think something's priced too high, make an offer! (as long as it's reasonable of course.)

I accept Paypal and concealed cash (at your own risk), and I'll also consider trades if you have something that interests me (preferably from a current fandom I'm in, which I've listed in my post). I'm shipping from the US, and I'll ship to wherever!

Thank you! ^___^

http://starprincessl.livejournal.com/47492.html
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sazzaliniesazzalinie on July 23rd, 2010 03:25 am (UTC)
Mod Post
Hi,

This is a friendly reminder that you may not advertise your selling journal if it contains bootlegs for sale. It is not immediately apparent whether you are intending to sell or give away for free your bootlegs (bottom of your page). Can you please clarify? If you are intending to sell them, you are not allowed to advertise here, therefore I'd ask you to either remove those from your page or abstain from advertising to this community. If you are intending to give them away for free (note that this does not mean trade), can you please specify this clearly on the page. You are allowed to give bootlegs away for free.

Thanks!
IndigoSkiesstarprincessl on July 23rd, 2010 03:08 pm (UTC)
Re: Mod Post
May I ask why? At first glance I'd think the rule would be to make sure people don't accidentally buy bootlegs without realizing it, but if you state clearly they're bootlegs and make sure people know what they're buying (hence why I didn't put a picture or a list up, so people would have to actively ask about them) isn't it okay if people want to pay? Personally I think they're still worth paying money for (though obviously very cheap) because you still get a copy of the CD and the booklet with all the pretty pictures and everything. I've spent over $200 on these so it'd be nice to get some of that back, however little, if people were willing to pay. I purposely left it vague to see if anyone thought they were worth anything.
I'll remove it though, sorry - I don't really know where else I could go to get rid of these ._____.
sazzaliniesazzalinie on July 23rd, 2010 09:24 pm (UTC)
Re: Mod Post
Please read the rules again. We do not support the sale of bootlegs in any form as it does not support the industry i.e. no money will go/has ever gone to the original creators. This rule has been in place for many years. You can still give them away for free or list them in a community that do allow bootlegs. As long as you are not selling them in a place (in this case your journal) that you are also advertising to on this community.