When listing new items how do you handle the part that asks for package weight and dimensions? I have been taking photos and then fully packaging the item for shipment before making the listing just so i can have the weight and package dimensions that it asks for. Ive seen others who dont package the item until it sells. Am I missing something? Are they just making an educated guess on the listing based on experience or is it something else? As it stands I end up having lots of fully packaged items taking up way more space than they would if I could store them properly.
The following day another witness, Amir Noshad, said he drove Bagerzadeh to a sandbag where Bagerzadeh had hid the knife after the fight. At this point he said Bagerzadeh picked the blade up and they drove to a roundabout near Bagerzadeh’s mother’s house, he said. It was at this point Bagerzadeh left with the knife and returned without it, Noshad added..
“Having Nike coming on aboard to join GNC, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Home Depot,Coca Cola. We’re getting major sponsors,” Klein said. “They’re coming to us to donate because they know we’re helping kids get into college. Imagine some dude from Fox news screaming is that your cum on the 18 year old blue dress president Clinton when he giving a joint speech with Nelson Mandela or Tony Blair. Every government spends hours and hours answering questions from the press every days on every topic imaginable and those meetings with heads of state aren the place for that trash. It not even about getting information because they know they won get an answer if they can even be heard.
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