mike (don_negro) wrote,
mike
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Request for comments

A question for all former residents of, or visitors to, Texas out there in Friend's List land:

If someone (oh, say, me) started a web business selling things that are either impossible or very hard to find outside of Texas, what would you buy? How often would you buy it? What kind of markup over Texas prices and shipping and handling costs would you deem worth paying?

I'm giving this serious thought, as I've been shocked to learn that such a business doesn't exist. Plenty of places to get Texas-y gifts and tourist stuff, but no one that I can find who caters to expatriates.

I appreciate your feedback.
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