mattn792

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    FACT if I stop posting, trillions and trillions of transistors would be out of work.

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  1. I almost forgot Wolverine 7 was still listed for sale. One final bump... $95 shipped!
  2. Bah, tag me when you post something good... In all seriousness
  3. I’ll admit it took me a minute to pick up on that #50 being the 2 slash variant cover. Guess 9.8 standards on the other side of the street are slipping.
  4. We just completed a superb transaction, could not have gone any smoother
  5. I see what you're saying, but man that's a long time to keep your money on ice just to gain a few bucks a share.
  6. Were there any other trading days on Cap #3 between 11/17 and 2/11?
  7. Wow... So it took about three months for this: "Actually, it is just as well for me because I have decided to keep the book. I know you aren't going to like it and, no I do not have another offer from another buyer. just looking at this great cover and asking myself, why did I decide to sell it in the first place." To become this: Actually, it is just as well for me because I have decided to keep the book. I know you aren't going to like it and, no I do not have another offer from another buyer. just looking at this great cover and asking myself, why did I decide to sell it for so
  8. @thewritestuff - is that the same book you got screwed out of?
  9. One more bump for Mysterio, I'll probably put him back in his lounge chair with a mai tai sometime over the weekend if he doesn't find a new home.
  10. And the ethics award goes to… That guy! You know what, I think I’ll start selling mid-grade unsigned, un-slabbed books as SS 9.4 yellow labels. Some extra effort on the buyer’s part required post-sale.
  11. For starters, your logic puts every dealer out of business. But debating you overall is pointless since you refuse to accept the fundamental truth that a large swath of comic books no longer serve their original purpose as readable entertainment and have 100% become investment instruments, whether one terms them as collectibles or commodities. Bagging on rallyrd is one thing; their business model leaves a lot to be desired. Bagging on comic books as investments is just plain ignorance of economic reality.