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Old 08-06-2012, 10:53 PM
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Old 08-06-2012, 11:38 PM
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I did not see this.

Had I seen it, I would have run away.

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Old 08-07-2012, 08:37 AM
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Now that's just funny. I guess you might have to be me but I sat here LOL.....




I will try to give a write up later, on the show...
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Old 08-07-2012, 10:05 AM
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The reason you didn't see this Al, is because this is something Bruce, Zach and I did with the empty last table in the last row. That special $175 deal was only available for 5 minutes on Saturday.

...And yes it was spectacular.

We only had one table visitor, unfortunately.

So we packed it in and moved on to Bruce's discovery of Moe Drabowsky's "Polish Childhood Clothes."

That last one was for real -- somebody really did have a display of children's clothes labeled "Moe Drabowsky's Polish Childhood Clothes." Although Bruce was the only one of us who claims to have seen this display...

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Old 08-07-2012, 10:19 AM
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That guy was a real prick. There was one other item on his table listed for $20. I bargained him down to $10 but then decided I wanted to only pay $5 and he got real mad. I'll never go back to that dealer again.
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I was at one guys table and he had an entire case of great items that were way over priced! He wouldn't negotiate a bit on anything in that case. Kept saying they were part of his personal collection and not for sale. I'm like, what the hell, they have prices on them... :-)
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Q: How much for ____?
A: Richard Masson is buying that.
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Q: How much for ____?
A: Richard Masson is buying that.
He already had dupes of that one but needs an upgrade of it for his 4th set
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Saw the Polish clothes...........wow......people are scratching the bottom of the barrel for consignments.......I think Roache's Corner has George Washington's wooden false teeth this month............
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To me it looks like he did a great job, sold all his cards but one.

Only problem I have is that I can never remember his name.

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Saw the Polish clothes...........wow......people are scratching the bottom of the barrel for consignments.......I think Roache's Corner has George Washington's wooden false teeth this month............
I hear he's gonna break up the set and sell singles
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Robert was in the prime and prestigious Aisle 2700 location . . . only because there was no Aisle 2800.
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I saw that guy, he was grumbling incoherently about some PC796 Chase card so I walked away.
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He looks awake in the photo, but he kept nodding off when I walked by.
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Old 08-08-2012, 10:26 AM
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And why did he wear black every single day? Does he think he's Johnny Cash?
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I saw that dealer's booth, too! The weird part about it was next to each one of his cards, he placed a quarter or a dime. Odd...
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I can't find the Moe Drabowsky Childhood Polish Outfit in the VCP
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