Unfortunately the poor guy has had some tough medical and legal issues. This was eventually taken care of and the radio should be here tomorrow.
Well, I'm glad you got your radio and I hope his medical/legal issues are resolved.
But seriously, even on the flat of my back in a hospital, I can think
of 8-9 people I could call up and say "Hey, I sold this
guy a radio and he sent me the money. Can you please do me a big favor and go to
my house and ship it off to him? I'll pay you when I get outta here." I could give them the key, tell them where to fnd the address, even in my e-mail, etc. And what's one of the first things people
ask of you when they vist/call you in the hospital? "Is there anything I can do
for you? Do you need anything?".
Sure, lots of people get really sick or have bad problems at inconvenient times.
Here's a link about this very issue. Quite enlighening...and a disturbing trend....http://www.cis.gsu.edu/~dstraub/Courses/Grandma.htm