same named game stores won’t purchase any BT products because of registration requirements with BT website

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same named game stores won’t purchase any BT products because of registration requirements with BT website

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I won’t reveal the name of these game stores, but here’s a hint: which decadecade do the Characters of the BT animated TV series occur in? I wonder if other stores won’t purchase BT products for similar reasons.
When do I “retreat” ? Only when I want to re+treat myself to eating cookies here in VT of USA. Here in VT, outside temperatures can get very cold; I suppose my miniatures won’t get overheated, ha ha.

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Re: same named game stores won’t purchase any BT products because of registration requirements with BT website

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sorry. your argument makes no sense.

it's like going to the 80's Cafe, and they can't sell you Coca-cola, because it was reformulated in the late 90s.

Of course hobby stores will sell BattleTech, if it appeals to their customers.

hobby model train stores: probably not.
Hobby R/C vehicles stores: probably not.

anywhere else: sure, absolutely.
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Re: same named game stores won’t purchase any BT products because of registration requirements with BT website

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Said same named game stores’ owner is afraid of being billed for products that he didn’t make orders for. Same reason why he’s not ordering from eBay.
When do I “retreat” ? Only when I want to re+treat myself to eating cookies here in VT of USA. Here in VT, outside temperatures can get very cold; I suppose my miniatures won’t get overheated, ha ha.