Posted by D_Martin on April 28, 2013 at 12:56 AM CST
According to the description, "Buying this poster collection is ECONOMY PROOF!" But if it were so, why has this auction never sold? It's been around for ages, and is constantly getting relisted. It would seem that despite all that is said in the last paragraph about the instability of the stock market and how this is collection is the only way to secure your future, the $300,000.00 Buy-It-Now isn't proving to draw the interest of too many investors. Goes to show that not everything you read on the internet should be taken as fact. Check it out for yourself and let us know if this one warrants entry into the TRA Hall of Fame.
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