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Lithuanian astronomers

Started by comocean, 01/26/2010 07:10PM
Posted 01/26/2010 07:10PM Opening Post
I've just received two e-mails about my Celestron C9.25 that I've listed for sale from two different people who want to know if I'll ship to Lithuania. What gives, has astronomy become the national pastime of that country, is it random chance or is there skullduggery afoot?

Allen
Stuart, FL

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Posted 01/26/2010 07:50PM #1
Hmmmmm....better to err on the side of caution I believe.....walk away.

J. Allen Como said:

I've just received two e-mails about my Celestron C9.25 that I've listed for sale from two different people who want to know if I'll ship to Lithuania. What gives, has astronomy become the national pastime of that country, is it random chance or is there skullduggery afoot?

Allen
Stuart, FL

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