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Closed until I finish the trades I'm in

-Let's start with the really obvious one; I don't trade for money. That would be illegal. I don't trade for blank tapes either.
-I trade equal amounts; none of that trade ratio stuff. The minimum amount I trade is 2 hours. I don't have a maximum.
-If you use VHS, please use a new, name-brand tape when trading with me. Not many people request tapes these days, but I can use them if you really want VHS. I use either Sony, TDK, or Memorex; they are very good quality. I shy away from Fuji and Magnavox, because other traders have had problems with them. I also avoid RCA; I found out the hard way that they wear out extremely easily.
-If you use DVDs, I ask that you don't put paper labels on them. They really mess with my DVD players. Please use SP speed for DVDs; anything less really takes a toll on the video quality. I'll do the same for you. I typically use Memorex DVDs, but I've had good luck with Maxell as well.
-I love commercials; I'm one of those guys who spends hours on YouTube watching old commercials. So if I'm requesting an original broadcast with the commercials intact, regardless of how old the show is, please leave them in. If the commercials right before & after the show are intact, keep them in too!
-I don't like to leave too much empty space on tapes or discs. So if there is any room left after your requests are in, I'll let you know so you can pick extra stuff. And naturally, I'd appreciate it if you did the same for me. ;)
-If I decline a trade or am closed, don't sweat; you can always try at a later time. And you can also contact the other traders on my thanks page; they're all good traders, and I'm sure they'd love to hear from you.

Any questions? Feel free to drop me a line! (Remove the Xs and you're set)

Want to know what I'm REALLY after? Check out The Wantlist!


Double Dare
Family Feud
Hollywood Squares
Match Game
The Price Is Right
Wheel Of Fortune
Pilots, Foreign Shows, & Game Show Related
Non-Game Shows

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