Posted by D_Martin on April 25, 2013 at 04:37 AM CST
sometimes TRA Hall of Fame entries are akin to watching a fatal car crash in slow motion. Even if you know you should feel bad and turn away you can't resist the spectacle. Even if the story in the description is true there is still no logical reason why the seller should expect the sort of money he is asking for what he is offering. Considering the seller has no other Star Wars, the rationale for this one has us stumped. Follow the link above and let us know if we are crazy.
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