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  1. Thanks Gene. Yeah that seems like a lot of trouble for something that you can't enjoy very often, but I guess its like comics, if you're into it, you're into it .
  2. Can you even really drive something like that around manhattan in any meaningful way? You have what an Aston right? Do you get to take it out enough to make it worthwhile? Above 30 mph?
  3. 100k in art you can't transfer is the simple way to put it. A sale is a transfer but a transfer can take forms other than a sale; its a broader term.
  4. These comics sound like straight garbage. keep your money.
  5. I don't know US trust law, but that's a fun idea because (I presume) you could use the property to settle the trust and thereby transfer it without a sale. The trust could presumably then sell the property and distribute the proceeds to the beneficiaries.
  6. Wow!! More than one billiard ball!! (the comics are okay too)
  7. I just need the cover and all the pages to US 219.
  8. Frank Miller's Wolverine LS #2 was the first English language comic I ever read (gifted by a friend). What an introduction to comics!
  9. Well, in your example I’d argue the math isn’t static either. In certain situations it’s logical to rely more on ‘gut’ versus ‘RC’, and vice versa in other situations. At the end of the day we all have to have our eyes open.
  10. I thought you were planning to sell some stuff slowly in retirement? If so why take the art? Okay. I’d take the cash, buy 1m in art and have 4 left over. I bet 98+% of people would do some variation of that.