Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Smell Muhfinger, Jan 23, 2012.
Dude brought in a '61 SG owned by Les Paul himself, Rick paid him 90 grand for it.
I can't wait for the Animalgod episode
why in hell not take that to sothebys. That's a one of that would sell huge.
i hate those on location segments that never amount to anything -- that stove lady -- I immediately knew there was no way in hell he was buying that thing
Wasn't he on the ghetto Hardcore Pawn?
I'm thinking he just went there and snapped some picts. He'll post how the episode was cut from the show when forced
No shit, get a few rich fucks fighting over it and he might have gotten 2 or 3 hundred grand at least.
He had all sorts of papers including contracts from Les, probably coulda got over 200K at a real auction
like the old jewish guy that sells coin op machines they never buy
The guys that go on to advertise that they have shit I get. The ones that actually do have something astound me.
For relly real tho.. how is one of them shows any good? You can tell the dumbass niggas that work there who can read an who cant.. niggas gots cue cards or just get mad nervous in fron of the screen.. nigga you probly think operation repo is filmed as it happen too
I have no idea---i can't believe there is more than one show like that
pretty much anything that guy pitches is a no go
There's like 3 pawn shop shows on TV now. And I watch all 3 of them.
what's the third one?
that chick one was AWFUL, but that only lasted a few episodes
Incidentally, both the Old Man and Corey were kind of right on whether Harrison's term was at the beginning or end of the industrial revolution -- it was at the end of the First Industrial Revolution, and near the beginning of the Second Industrial Revolution
personally I like it when the owners overspend on an item or buy a fake, makes me feel good