"in response to getting the eagles to to sign and i basicly mean just don and glen the were nasty,to say the least.
i have even one off the harder things to pull of a photo with don henley .
i know someone who lost 2 teeth getting…"
"not true if they say its no good its tainted and cant be sold.
im in the right community ,i guess you dont see logic of paying for a servic and getting it,
if i hire a document examiner for court they must tell they judge why the signiture…"
"becuase i know for a fact there failing real stuff and if im paying for a service a want a real answer.
if i hire some to inspect my my house i get a detailed of whats bad because im paying for a service
when u hire a true art expert the go into…"
"i personaly dont collect thoase type of things so im the wrong person to give u an answer.
i can run numbers for u but i personaly wouldnt buy it but i woudnt buy it if it was the beatles as i dont collect albums or those type of things.
"thats the relesea they were signing that night ,i belive there last instore they did as a band.
notsure what that is our usa posters were in color so were the cds and were did a litho but it looks nothing like that,
that looks like a vinyl single…"
"that was a long work nite for me ,u should have seen the empty beer and alchol bottles outside the store while people waited to get in
only for the ramones would some one bring a skull ,very cool indeed.
they also signed there radioctive release…"
Hi John - I appreciated your help earlier. I was seeking to determine whether or not my program was band-issued, sold on their website to promote the '94 tour. I'd been told this but was never able to independently verify. Anyway, the last bid placed was in the $1950 range. But as you probably know, top bid price isn't really the issue. I'd set a reserve of $1800 net to me. I put the program on eBay and just sold it two days ago for a best offer price of $2000, which after fees is around $1740 to me. This is less than what I'd hoped. But it seemed fair. I have communicated with the buyer via email. He seems to be a great guy, so I'm glad it went to a good home.