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The David Lee Edwards Auction

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Posted: September 16, 2015, 10:39 pm - IP Logged

I just came across this Palm Beach Post video link relating to David Lee Edwards Auction. 

The David Lee Auction

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    Posted: September 16, 2015, 11:36 pm - IP Logged

    I just came across this Palm Beach Post video link relating to David Lee Edwards Auction. 

    The David Lee Auction

    Who is David Lee Edwards ???

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      Posted: September 17, 2015, 12:38 am - IP Logged

      Who is David Lee Edwards ???

      Just do a search here on LP.

      Here's one hit:

      https://www.lotterypost.com/news/269240

      Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

      Lep

      There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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        Posted: September 17, 2015, 1:09 am - IP Logged

        Too bad. The guy had great taste but I've seen addiction screw up a lot of people.

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          Too bad. The guy had great taste but I've seen addiction screw up a lot of people.

          No Pity!money without purpose in life  .... what a waste

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            Posted: September 17, 2015, 11:25 am - IP Logged

            No Pity!money without purpose in life  .... what a waste

                 HTX:

                                   and just think .... He had such puur taste   No Pity!

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              I watched the episode of TLCML w/ him showing off the replica swords and suits of armor and thought "How tacky."  Early in my membership here I remember commenting that he had bought things that probably depreciated 50% by the time he got home with them and that he should have invested in real antique swords and such instead of those replicas.  Of course, that was only my opinion and since it wasn't MY money, he could buy what he liked.    I did see a couple of things in the video that I thought I might like to have if I had more money than I knew what-else to do with, but nothing really impressed me. 

              I guess defining "great taste" is a matter of taste. Wink

              Not that I have great taste;  mine just doesn't match what Edwards liked.  In fact,  my taste in home decor runs more to things like this:

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                           MIT:

                                Psyko like it, like it............don't break it......"please" don't......just "admire" it  ROFL

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                  Posted: September 17, 2015, 2:29 pm - IP Logged

                  I watched the episode of TLCML w/ him showing off the replica swords and suits of armor and thought "How tacky."  Early in my membership here I remember commenting that he had bought things that probably depreciated 50% by the time he got home with them and that he should have invested in real antique swords and such instead of those replicas.  Of course, that was only my opinion and since it wasn't MY money, he could buy what he liked.    I did see a couple of things in the video that I thought I might like to have if I had more money than I knew what-else to do with, but nothing really impressed me. 

                  I guess defining "great taste" is a matter of taste. Wink

                  Not that I have great taste;  mine just doesn't match what Edwards liked.  In fact,  my taste in home decor runs more to things like this:

                   photo leg-lamp2_zpsgzf5odoo.jpg

                  LOL oh geeeze and I thought I was bad

                  I still want this kitchen a friend of mine did for a client of thars a good while back

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                    Posted: September 17, 2015, 5:50 pm - IP Logged

                    LOL oh geeeze and I thought I was bad

                    I still want this kitchen a friend of mine did for a client of thars a good while back

                       HTX:

                                  You are.........."BAD" Surrender 

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                         HTX:

                                    You are.........."BAD" Surrender 

                      LOL whats not to like about it ?!?

                      of course the door and drawer pulls would be a bit different & etc etc etc

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                        LOL oh geeeze and I thought I was bad

                        I still want this kitchen a friend of mine did for a client of thars a good while back

                        Wow.  Interesting, but I think I'd rather have an out-of-fashion all-stainless steel kitchen.   Don't get me wrong, I'm not criticizing your taste, but I'm probably a little closer to needing a coffin than you and wouldn't want to be reminded every day. (even though I want to be cremated)

                        But, if you win, I say go for it!  Do that, and then put this in your garage: 1963 Buick LeSabre Hearse. That's a great website and I visit it several times a week, usually right before the lottery drawings.  It's fun to give myself a hypothetical budget of a million bucks and picking out the cars/trucks I'd buy.

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                          Wow.  Interesting, but I think I'd rather have an out-of-fashion all-stainless steel kitchen.   Don't get me wrong, I'm not criticizing your taste, but I'm probably a little closer to needing a coffin than you and wouldn't want to be reminded every day. (even though I want to be cremated)

                          But, if you win, I say go for it!  Do that, and then put this in your garage: 1963 Buick LeSabre Hearse. That's a great website and I visit it several times a week, usually right before the lottery drawings.  It's fun to give myself a hypothetical budget of a million bucks and picking out the cars/trucks I'd buy.

                          Green laughnice bone wagon jejeje

                           

                          actually if I read that price right ...  its a fair asking price to almost cheap

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                            Posted: September 23, 2015, 11:05 pm - IP Logged

                            I watched the episode of TLCML w/ him showing off the replica swords and suits of armor and thought "How tacky."  Early in my membership here I remember commenting that he had bought things that probably depreciated 50% by the time he got home with them and that he should have invested in real antique swords and such instead of those replicas.  Of course, that was only my opinion and since it wasn't MY money, he could buy what he liked.    I did see a couple of things in the video that I thought I might like to have if I had more money than I knew what-else to do with, but nothing really impressed me. 

                            I guess defining "great taste" is a matter of taste. Wink

                            Not that I have great taste;  mine just doesn't match what Edwards liked.  In fact,  my taste in home decor runs more to things like this:

                             photo leg-lamp2_zpsgzf5odoo.jpg

                            My uncle actually had one of those lamps when I was a kid.  I remember running my hands up the fishnet stockings.  This was many years before I ever saw the Christmas Story!!  It truly was pure electric sex!  At least to a then preteen boy.  Though we visited often I only saw it that one time.  What a disappointment! 

                            Big Smile

                              I'm feeling a jackpot win coming my way!

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                              My uncle actually had one of those lamps when I was a kid.  I remember running my hands up the fishnet stockings.  This was many years before I ever saw the Christmas Story!!  It truly was pure electric sex!  At least to a then preteen boy.  Though we visited often I only saw it that one time.  What a disappointment! 

                              Big Smile

                              Running your hand up the fishnet stockings huh? l recall seeing that leg-lamp in the movie " Christmas Story". Was a riot when the Dad tried to super glue that sucker together after he blamed the wife for attempting to destroy it ...LOL

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