In a show of solidarity against the tyrannical business maneuvering exacting by eBay executives recently, the proletariat listing masses have brought the venerable auction site to its shuddering knobby knees. Actually, it's not that big of a deal, but some users are angered over fee increases and the elimination of feedback for sellers.
Anyone who has used eBay knows that trust is huge when you're buying that Elvis toenail trimmer from that guy is Saskatoon. You gotta know it's going to make it to you once you've paypaled your savings over to him.
The week-long strike, which mysteriously ended today after no action from eBay was taken, dropped the site to 13 million listings, all of which will probably be made up in the next week. It's like those mass emails that try to hurt the oil companies by having people not buy gas on one day, as if they're not going to need gas the next. Silly voodoo economics.
usatoday.com: Online auction listings down 13% in boycott of eBay
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