March 12, 2010

Anyone wanna get this for me? Anyone?

We're all friends here.

Anyone wanna buy this auction for me?

I'll even take donations.

:)

12 comments:

  1. I said this on Twitter but I have to say it again. Those cards look really plain. Would much rather spend much less than half the price and buy a Sweet Spot Jeter set (all bat colors, all glove colors).

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  2. Let me get right on that with the money I make off of Cliff Lee, says the man who has no watchers and no bids on a 2010 Topps Opening Day Cliff Lee card.

    :)

    If I had the disposable income... maybe.

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  3. can't blame a girl for trying.

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  4. For $10,000 he ought to mail it for free.

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  5. Right after i win the $200 million dollar jackpot, I'll get right on that. :-) Hmm, what is your readership? Heck, if all 10,000 of us gave a buck, or if 1000 of gave 10 bucks... I'd give ya 10 bucks. :-)

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  6. David,

    In that case, we can all share the cards. Every week someone new gets to hang on to them.

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  7. If you'll pay the postage and you can get 998 more people (you already have one), I'll throw in $10. Let's see, with 1001 people, one day each to hold the cards, assume 4 days mailing time between each, each of use would see the cards once each 11 years. Maybe you should try to get 100 to give you $100.

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  8. Perhaps we could talk him down and make a good offer.

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  9. I could cough up a buck or two, if everyone else does. It's a good cause to make someone I know happy.

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  10. Come on guys, give Sooz her mojo back. ;)

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  11. He's got it set at least $8000 too high. I appreciate the difficulty to put something like that together, but 20 Jeter signatures don't add up to $10k.

    Those aren't actual game-used jersey patches, are they? How is this even close to ten grand, Jeter or not?

    I love how people try to sell stuff on eBay with meaningless sales points (need money, got divorced, worked real super hard to assemble the set etc.).

    Unless eBay starts to accept Ithaca Hours as legal tender for payment, the time, sweat, blood, and tears assembling or gathering anything don't command this kind of premium.

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  12. That seller seems to have a few too many 1/1 and super hits for my comfort level. I just get really suspicious that some sellers have way too many awesome cards to be legit. I guess that it why I am such a pessimist.

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