I ask GSP about Twitter

I had to chance to meet George St. Pierre better know as GSP of the UFC in Toronto. I was able to ask him if he uses Twitter.


Anonymous said...

Just questioning if eBay permits you to market [url=]concert tickets[/url] on the internet? Do you know if you'll find any restrictions depending on what country you are in?

My parents have just known as me and asked if i could "get rid" of their two tickets to a concert as they wont be able to make it due to an additional family event.

Apart from asking close friends etc, i thought ebay would be a great location to sell them.

But whats ebay's policy on offering tickets? Ive heard alot about it around the news but ive forgotten what happened.

and if it matters, the concert is within this coming month

Thanks in advance for your advice.

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