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Old 03-11-2018, 06:36 PM
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Default 1990 fleer Jose uribe?

Whatís up with the price of this card? Itís nuts! Even the ones that sold are way to much for this card.
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Old 03-11-2018, 07:49 PM
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We're all just keeping up with the Uribes.

The card is worth a nickel. Suckers are born every minute.
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Looking at current and completed eBay listings you can get it for a buck or
$ 758,000

Bunch of guys horsing around to see what mischief or pain they can cause ?
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Looking at current and completed eBay listings you can get it for a buck or
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Bunch of guys horsing around to see what mischief or pain they can cause ?

The guy with the $758,000 BIN/OBO has free shipping so I made a $1 offer just to see if he'll let me in on the joke.
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Maybe someone like to hoard this card and itís inflating the price. lol I wonder if there any other price oddityís like this?
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Considering you should be able to find the complete set or an unopened box for, oh $10 or so, then I'm surprised there has not been a run on these sets or boxes. if you see such a run, then something is really going on

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You're all welcome.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Hxfzm01X-w

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Thanks Arthur! Lol thanks was good
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Hmmm.. Do I go with 1990 Uribe or 'Bitcoin'..let's see, no real tangible value either way, both have manipulated values.. ugh, I can't choose, I'm guess I'm going to have to stick with pre-war hall of famers.
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It takes a lot more energy and electricity to create and maintain a bitcoin than a Uribe, if that would be a factor you wanted to consider
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If ANY of those actually sold, we have some idiots running around.....wait a second...we have that anyway.

I think I am going to list a paper stock "reprint" 1 of 1.
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Those Uribe prices have been on Ebay for years. Someone started it as a joke and its taken on a life of its own.

There are 93 of these rare cards available on Ebay right now, none graded for some strange reason, with a range of .25 to $758,000.99 (or best offer I should add)
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The back of Uribe's '89 Upper Deck card says he's 'America's Largest TIT Insurer'...... Could it be that?
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The back of Uribe's '89 Upper Deck card says he's 'America's Largest TIT Insurer'...... Could it be that?
Wow Iím surprised Pete Rose havenít past him with his save the tatas campaign.
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I am so very thankful that this card got it's own video.

How ridiculous are we becoming?
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Hearing someone genuinely thrilled burst out "There it is! Jose Uribe!" is like a hobby nugget of goodness that I can always go back to that will make me smile no matter how many dbags shill an auction or try to sell a fake. So thank you, Guy With 50 Cases of '90 Fleer In Your Basement. May you live long and prosper.

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