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My outlook is Tmnt 1 6.0 was 11,300. That’s a lot for a piece of paper.

Every time I hear his name the first thing that comes to mind is the bit Family Guy does with Chester Cheetah referencing Peart. I’d post it but it’s one of those I wonder if I can so I just don’t.
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@HeinzDad That is a great bit...he's snorting cheeto dust I think..lol!
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Hahah! That wasn’t how I remembered it!
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@HeinzDad I don't know....that's half a million dollars for a drum kit.


But collectors have been known to pay over a million for a 10 cent comic book.
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@HeinzDad I don't know....that's half a million dollars for a drum kit.


But collectors have been known to pay over a million for a 10 cent comic book.
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That is very true! I can immediately see and understand paying high amounts for art.....after some thought, I equate the purchase of this drumkit akin to the purchase of da Vinci's brush or Michelangelo's chisel and mallet....the tools used to create the art.
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@HeinzDad I don't know....that's half a million dollars for a drum kit.


But collectors have been known to pay over a million for a 10 cent comic book.
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That is very true! I can immediately see and understand paying high amounts for art.....after some thought, I equate the purchase of this drumkit akin to the purchase of da Vinci's brush or Michelangelo's chisel and mallet....the tools used to create the art.


Exactly. Those items would sell for mega-bucks as tools directly associated with the creative works of da Vinci or Michelangelo. Bill Shakespeare's quill or Babe Ruth's signed baseballs would also fall into that category, with the most aggressive appraisal values applied on items that are unique representations of the artist at key points in their careers.
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Every few months or so I switch out this frame. I kind of forgot about this one.
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Sold at auction for +$500K

I think it is worth it when you look at the albums that were created during that stretch.
Fly by Night
Caress of Steel
Hemispheres
2112
Along with the live album Farewell to Kings.
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COLLECTOR drchaos private msg quote post Address this user
The bidding on this one is over $40K but I thought you guys would like to see it anyway:


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Collector martymann private msg quote post Address this user
Garage sale find...


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Collector xkonk private msg quote post Address this user
Got a pack of prints from Ken Lashley so I put them in rotation.





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Trying beef bacon.
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Trying beef bacon.
dude.... don't. its pretty gross!
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TRA LA LA esaravo private msg quote post Address this user
@xjagnew - Looks like sliced roast beef after about ten minutes in an air fryer.
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If beef Bacon was any good there would be a Kosher version of it available in most grocery stores.
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If beef Bacon was any good there would be a Kosher version of it available in most grocery stores.
I second that, I got that stuff fresh from a local farm. It smelled and tasted like funk.
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If beef Bacon was any good there would be a Kosher version of it available in most grocery stores.


I agree! Why isn't it in the grocery stores?... I sure haven't seen it.

I would think that beef bacon would be more Kosher than pork bacon since pigs don't have sweat glands to filter out the impurities.
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"Bacon is as bacon does." - Forrest Gump
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If beef Bacon was any good there would be a Kosher version of it available in most grocery stores.
I second that, I got that stuff fresh from a local farm. It smelled and tasted like funk.


I've never had this but it sounds counterintuitive...beef is delish and bacon is delish....why isnt beef bacon delish?
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I've never had this but it sounds counterintuitive...beef is delish and bacon is delish....why isnt beef bacon delish?


Probably because it's lacking the Pork Fat. As Chef Emeril Lagasse once said about one of his recipes..."You can also make this dish without the pork fat...unless you want it to taste good."
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I would think that beef bacon would be more Kosher than pork bacon since pigs don't have sweat glands to filter out the impurities.


Kosher actually has a deeper meaning than most of us Goyim realize. From what I understand Kosher products couldn't even be made in the same processing plant where pork products are made. And the process has to be approved and "blessed" by an actual physical Rabbi before they leave the plant.
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I would think that beef bacon would be more Kosher than pork bacon since pigs don't have sweat glands to filter out the impurities.


Kosher actually has a deeper meaning than most of us Goyim realize. From what I understand Kosher products couldn't even be made in the same processing plant where pork products are made. And the process has to be approved and "blessed" by an actual physical Rabbi before they leave the plant.


That's interesting,... I always was under the impression that only God was capable of blessing.
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All of this is interesting but who knows, I do, it’s gross. It reminds me of the time I got alligator jerky.... gee, it tasted like a critter that lived in a swamp.
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dude.... don't. its pretty gross!


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It smelled and tasted like funk.


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All of this is interesting but who knows, I do, it’s gross. It reminds me of the time I got alligator jerky.... gee, it tasted like a critter that lived in a swamp.


@HeinzDad Sounds like you're on the fence about Beef Bacon. Give it a second chance, lol.
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Saturn, Jupiter, and four moons tonight. Not the best picture, but cell phone through telescope pictures aren't my forte.
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Collector BrianGreensnips private msg quote post Address this user
@xjagnew too rainy and overcast to see it here in MI. I was planning on seeing though. .
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@BrianGreensnips It clouded up here about 20 minutes after I got that picture. Perfect timing I guess.
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