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Hi all,

Apologies if this is an inappropriate place to post my advertisements but I am selling a pair of the following shoes:

http://store.nike.com/au/en_gb/pd/free-rn-flyknit-2017-running-shoe/pid-11385098/pgid-11650528?ref=https%253A%252F%252Fwww.google.com.au%252F

I have the shoes listed on Gumtree:

https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/north-sydney/men-s-shoes/nike-free-rn-flyknit-2017/1150366274

and eBay:

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Nike-Free-RN-Flyknit-2017-/192213788369?hash=item2cc0d5a6d1:g:iPwAAOSwz71ZPKVh

If you are interested in purchasing the shoes, please let me know. Please let me know if I have violated any rules, and need to remove this post, as well.

Thanks

Is that an 11.5 US? I'd take them but that's a bit too big for me. Let me know.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 year ago

Yes, US:11.5. What I learnt, the hard way, is that it is best to buy a half to full size up with this shoe. I found that it felt comfortable in the shop but, when I started walking around, my foot would slide forward. 11.5 just wasn't enough room which is why I am hoping to buy a 12.

You know what... you're right. I just looked at my current pair of Free Run 5.0+ and they're an 11.5 US as well. I usually wear 10.5, so I obviously must've run into the same issue as you when I bought these and went the full size up.

How quickly are you looking to get rid of them?

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Original Poster1 point · 1 year ago

As soon as possible

@pixieshit, would you be willing to share this Excel file? I would love to have copy myself and visit as many of these restaurants as possible.

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Hi guys,

How do you respond to this comment (or similar comments)? I received this comment from a customer today and it made me think, I dont really have an answer that, not only I believe but one that I think is convincing for a customer.

Would be interested to hear how you respond to this. Apologies if this has been posted before.

Thanks

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Hi guys,

Are there any Redditors heading to, or from, the US any time soon? I am looking for someone who would be kind enough to bring me back a jar of Speculoos Cookie Butter (from Trader Joe's). See the following link: http://www.clubtraderjoes.com/trader-joes-faq/speculoos-cookie-butter-faq

My sister and I engorged on it when we travelled there a few years ago and I cannot find a reasonably priced/reliable shipping source in Australia.

I would like to give my sister a jar (or two) for her birthday - which is in June. You would of course be handsomely rewarded for your efforts :)

Apologies if this kind of a request breaches the Reddit etiquette.

Thanks.

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If someone could bring Wholefoods to Sydney that would be fab 😘😇✈️

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Original Poster2 points · 1 year ago

Amazing! Thank you very much for finding that. I have only been in Sydney for about 4 weeks and, of course, had no idea about this place. I will head down over the weekend - its a fairly lengthy trip so that should give me something to do :)

Hi there, I am in exactly the same boat :) I am also moving to Sydney over Christmas and was a bit worried about being unable to find a social game. Please let me know if you find one and I will do the same for you. Best of luck!

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hi guys (excuse the politically incorrect pronoun),

Has anyone been able to configure the above? I have been asked by a client to try and configure the above but have been unable so far. Resources on the Internet appear to be limited but I could be making a mistake somewhere along the way.

If anyone knows, and is willing to share, it would be greatly appreciated.

Original Poster1 point · 2 years ago

Thanks trevorishere. So what is the difference between custom and anonymous in this context? Forgive me, I don't have a great deal of experience in this area.

This question is more directed at everyone in this thread. How is this certification, and the CCNA/CCNP Collab, perceived in the industry? Is it worth investing time in getting a VoIP certification? Will it give me a competitive advantage? Or, is VoIP something that most network engineers are just expected to know.

I'm seriously considering doing the 210-060 exam - having recently taken over quite a few clients with Cisco VoIP systems. Do you have any advice, recommendations, etc?

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