How to tell whether you have a zomer or a zoey

By Nick Denton, New Scientist article By now you’ve probably heard about the new Zomer auction, where a zillion different items are up for auction at auction time, with each bid being worth a fraction of its asking price.

It’s a bit like a flea market, but instead of buying a pair of shoes, you’re buying two pairs of shoes.

The idea is that when an item is sold, it will sell for a higher price than it was originally priced at.

Zomer auctions are an excellent way to test whether you’re in the market for a new phone, laptop, or other item.

In this case, it’s a Samsung Galaxy S7, which you can get for $399 at Zomer.

The Zomer listing is accompanied by a bunch of other interesting information.

Firstly, there’s the phone’s fingerprint scanner, which will scan your fingerprint to check that you have one.

This is used to authenticate you to buy the item in question, and is optional.

Secondly, you’ll also need to purchase the phone for $299 at the auction house.

The phone itself isn’t on sale, but a Samsung representative told New Scientist that they have plans to re-introduce the phone in the coming weeks.

Finally, the Samsung phone will be available to pre-order for $199.99, which means it’s already at the top of the list.

If you’re keen to have a go, there are several other interesting things to be found at Zomey, including a couple of games for sale.

You can also see how much the auctioneer is willing to pay to get you to sign the papers for the sale, as well as the sale itself.

It can be a lot of fun, especially if you’ve got the right sort of pocket-knife.

If this sounds like a bit of a stretch, check out this short video.