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

What’s up with the price of this card? It’s 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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Old 03-11-2018, 08:18 PM
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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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Old 03-12-2018, 01:24 AM
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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 ?

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 it’s inflating the price. lol I wonder if there any other price oddity’s 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.

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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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