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I used to have a nice collection of top-notch "reading material" back in my late teen and early adult years. Left it at parents house when I moved out. My sister's boyfriend took all of it. Traci Lords videos and all. Damn!
This post was edited by grogdog 14 months ago
north till ya smell it, west till ya step in it.
I've honestly been thinking about collecting wrestling action figures. I know that sounds odd, but hear me out. One: I loved wrestling when I was a kid. Two: With the amount of turnover and uncertainty in the business, a wrestler action figure of someone like Mean Mark Callous would probably be worth a lot because that was his identity in WCW before he moved to the WWF and became famous as The Undertaker. Three: Wrestlers change their identities within the company, which might make the action figure of their old identity more valuable. For example, Shawn Michaels when he was a tag team member of the Rockers with Marty Jannetty is probably worth a lot of coin, mainly because his identity since has been HBK and Degeneration X. Also, on a more morbid line of thinking, there is a high mortality rate for wrestlers (accident like Owen Hart, drug overdose like Curt Hennig, heart attack like Randy Savage, and suicide like 3 members the Von Erich family). You know how some things are more appreciated after the artist or person represented is gone? I have to think action figures are the same. I think the only exception I would make would be Chris Benoit. I have no doubt that any of his remaining action figures are worth a lot becaue they probably have been removed from circulation. However, I don't think I would be able to live with myself for profiting off of someone who brutally murdered his entire family, much less have his likeness darkening my shelves. I don't know. Maybe I'll just invest in stocks and gold and silver like some of the smarter people ITT. Besides, since the WCW dissipated and the Attitude Era ended in the WWE, wrestling has pretty much sucked (I've never been into the smaller wrestling organizations either).
Good days, bad days --- always a Buckeye. Time to begin the assault on the 2014 BCS National Championship
I collect something that is so rare, I am one of only a handfull of individuals on Bucknuts to collect this. What is it you ask? CHILD SUPPORT.
Thats right, I am a man and my baby momma actually pays me child support. My son is not really a baby, he is 17, but you get the point.
It is very rare for a man to ever see a dime of child support even when we have full custody of our kids. So, this is a very rare collection.
60 countries. Doin work son.
That is awesome. I like to travel too and enjoy living amonst the locals.
This post was edited by csoto47 14 months ago
I've got a relative that used to be the US diplomat to Saudi Arabia. He lived there for 20 years. Since retiring they travel 8 months a year. I like traveling, but 8 months a year on the road would be exhausting to me. They just spent a month in Vietnam, I have no clue what you do there for a month.
dude - demand the lords vids back!
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