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(Kotaku)   A copy of Stadium Events, one of the rarest releases on the NES, was found complete at a Goodwill store for $7.99. Actual value: over $15K   ( kotaku.com) divider line
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2013-04-19 01:35:07 AM  
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2013-04-19 04:23:52 AM  
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KrispyKritter: thisiszombocom: "worth 15k"

sure.   good luck finding a buyer.

its like those fools who collect comic books or any other childrens collectibles..

March 30, 2010Comic sale is a record The record price for a comic book, already broken twice this year, has been shattered again. A copy of the 1938 edition of Action Comics No. 1 sold Monday for $1.5 million on the auction website ComicConnect.com. The issue, which features Superman's debut and originally sold for 10 cents, is widely considered the Holy Grail of comic books. The same issue sold in February for $1 million, though that copy wasn't in as good condition as the issue that sold Monday.

What's wrong with collecting stuff you think is cool? Everybody should have a hobby, I'm not into planting flowers or playing pool, but I won't go around calling people morons for enjoying their thing
2013-04-19 02:47:05 AM  
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"It's given people a lot of hope,"

I'm sure there are cancer patients worldwide who will hold on a few days longer upon hearing this inspirational news.
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