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Old Posted: 07-11-2006 , 09:16 PM #1
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i heard from it in a womans / parents site www.rollercoaster.ie just curious ;) have told others about it and they think its great
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Old Posted: 07-11-2006 , 10:20 PM #2
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It Was My Buisness Partner That Told Me About This Website He Said That His Kids Were Told About It In School And Its The Best Thing That Has Been Told To Me I Have Told Loads Of People And I Have Actually Been Told That When We Go Out To The Pub Not To Bore Everyone About This Fabulous Site
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Old Posted: 07-11-2006 , 10:49 PM #3
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I heard about it from my mother.
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Old Posted: 08-11-2006 , 12:20 PM #4
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Hi , I Heard about it on 2FM the gerry ryan show a good few months ago , I wonder if the man himself ( G Ryan ) ever logs on , & if so what would his user
name be ??
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Old Posted: 08-11-2006 , 12:27 PM #5
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Hi all,
My son made me aware of this great site. It appears many of his colleagues log on to it. I've had great fun & luck with it, long may it continue.
Bunty.
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Old Posted: 09-11-2006 , 04:08 PM #6
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I heard an Interview with the guy who set up Jumbletown on the radio.
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Old Posted: 09-11-2006 , 04:30 PM #7
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I heard about this site from a friend. Have told all my friends and family about it as i think its a super site.
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Old Posted: 09-11-2006 , 06:04 PM #8
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one of those free newspapers
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Old Posted: 11-11-2006 , 09:49 PM #9
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my mum..she heard about it at work in ireland west airport knock!
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Old Posted: 11-11-2006 , 11:26 PM #10
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I found this site whilst doing a google search for something completely different altogether.
I'm lucky enough to be able to log on anytime I like and I have to admit this site is addictive.
I love going to car boot sales, auctions and markets, they, like this site always have a surprise in store. In my opinion 90% of the interest in sites like this is seeing what exactly people are looking for and what indeed people are giving away.

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Old Posted: 12-11-2006 , 09:55 AM #11
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I found a link to this website on the yahoo Groups freecycle group. It is much the same as this but I personally prefer this forum (bulletin board) style rather than the yahoo groups as you don't have to go searching for your message or to see if the item you want has been taken yet (ie new message!). There also seems to be a faster/better take up on offers here than on freecycle which is great for me. For those that don't use or are not aware of it the freecyle it can be found here http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LeinsterFreecycle/

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Old Posted: 12-11-2006 , 12:40 PM #12
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I heard about Jumbletown from a colleague in the office and i have told practically all my friends about the site! Too good to keep to oneself!
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Old Posted: 12-11-2006 , 01:59 PM #13
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a close friend told me about the site, every now and again, cant help but have a look!!
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Old Posted: 12-11-2006 , 09:33 PM #14
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I heard about it in work - somebody wanted to give away something, and this site was suggested on our work bulletin board - to over 2000 people....
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Old Posted: 15-11-2006 , 03:10 PM #15
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An interview with himself, the name escapes me now.
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