Status: frozen (This account is not active)
Reason: Not looking to trade for some time folks. My list is likely out of date anyway.
Lewisville, Texas, United StatesUnited States
Has traded with 65 Different Traders (76 total trades)
Ratings are excellent [100%] [65 ratings]
Last login: on 22-May-2008 at 11:40am
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Member since: 7-Jun-2004 Game Trading Zone member for over 15 years
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Deal Preference: Trade, Buy or Sell
I Trade: nintendo games, dvd's, anime

Interests: soccer, video games, poker,
Likes: fantasy and horror movies, any type of rock music, most animals
Dislikes: spinach, beans

Quote: "If you want to taste the ground, feel free to attack me." - Rurouni Kenshin

Currently I have a ton of stuff not listed. This goes for wanted and available. If you'd like me to do a little searching, let me know.

Woohoo! Bronze star attained as of July 3rd, 2004! More to come shortly.
Woohoo x 2! Silver star attained as of July 22nd, 2004! More to come, but I doubt it will be shortly.
Woohoo x 3! Gold star attained as of Jan 11th, 2005! More to come, but in no way shortly.
Offers make me happy. Even if I decline them, they still make me happy. Even repeated ones from the same person make me happy. So send me offers even if you are unsure how it will be treated. If you've sent me an offer before and I declined it, and now you want to send me another one, do it. Its not like you have anything to lose. Persistance pays off folks.

I've only got one big thing about trading, and thats to be polite. Show some manners while trading and you'll get better treatment from me in our deals. I've been known to upgrade shipping or throw in an extra game before on previous trading sites, and I doubt that habit has disappeared. In general, if I receive an offer with just "offer created" I'll probably be leaning towards not accepting it.

Due to my new work schedule, I can't get to the post office as easily as before. I'll still be able to ship within 3 days of our trade most of the time, and if for some reason this won't be the case I will let you know.

I prefer to be sent offers through the GTZ system. I'm not ashamed to say that I am in love with it, no kids yet, be we're working on that. If you send me an offer via email, my "uncomfortable" level will rise a couple notches and I may ask you to send first. So keep that in mind.


Since different people have different values for their item listings (I'm talking about what excellent, very good, good, fair, poor, and the rest mean here), I thought I would put down what I consider those to be:

Excellent: the item is in perfect condition. The only reason its not new is because there is no shrink wrap.

Very Good: the item is in near perfect condition, but might be missing the box or instruction booklet. If the cause of the item going down to "very good" from "excellent" was other than missing the box or instruction booklet, I will list it in the item's description. I know there is a seperate box for marking if the item has those things, but I can't will myself to call an incomplete item excellent. Sorry folks.

Good: This is my average rating for items. The item is in good shape with little to no visual blemishes. Again, if there is something that detracts from it being eye candy, I will say so in the item description. Works fine.

Fair: The item works just fine but has some visual healing to do. Works like a charm however.

Poor: Item looks as though it has been tossed in a paper shredder. Still works great though.

So for a recap and summary: The best I will give an item is excellent. That equates to a perfect game/dvd. If the game is missing the box and/or instruction booklet, the best it can get is very good. Anything I put up for trade works well, regardless of how it looks.

I'm constantly adding items to my wanted and available lists so if you see something you want but it doesn't look like I want anything you have, send me an offer anyway and tell me to check your lists.

As far as DVD's go, I'm a fullscreen lover. However, I tend to always end up with widescreen dvds because I am apparently very popular with them. Why can't fullscreen dvd's just love me back? Who knows. Since I am a man of much loving, I won't turn down a nice looking widescreen should I see it. Just offer it up and I'll tell you how everything goes between us.

DVD interests: I like scifi, horror, fantasy, and anime. I'm really interested in acquiring anime. I do not, however, like anime with mech's in them. They just don't do it for me.