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vacantpassenger
Tuesday, July 12, 2011 12:36:14 AM
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WBCollectibles wrote:
OK so im prob. late and wrong but i just wanted to say 2 things

1. I noticed after the link was posted funnygreengoblin hasnt posted again

and

2.the site is down i was wondering if anyone had a copy of the article i would really like to read it and possibly make a cool mill.Nerd

actually i am interested in reading it


It was this whole "fail proof" plan of buying certain books at specific prices, and then reselling them once they were graded, or trading them for raw copies of books that could then be graded and the process repeated. In this fail proof plan, you started with a $5 book and ended up with an Action #1... sounds legit.
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Tuesday, July 12, 2011 11:05:06 PM
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vacantpassenger wrote:
WBCollectibles wrote:
OK so im prob. late and wrong but i just wanted to say 2 things

1. I noticed after the link was posted funnygreengoblin hasnt posted again

and

2.the site is down i was wondering if anyone had a copy of the article i would really like to read it and possibly make a cool mill.Nerd

actually i am interested in reading it


It was this whole "fail proof" plan of buying certain books at specific prices, and then reselling them once they were graded, or trading them for raw copies of books that could then be graded and the process repeated. In this fail proof plan, you started with a $5 book and ended up with an Action #1... sounds legit.


I'll explain this process even further. Just send $1,000 to my paypal account and the product will arrive...shortly.Laughing




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Sephritoth
Friday, December 16, 2011 11:39:59 AM
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Man I am sad I missed this when it happened, though I gotta say it did give me a great chuckle at work today.
Mick77
Saturday, December 17, 2011 6:31:40 PM
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Friday, March 16, 2012 5:04:57 PM
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You know, from time to time I still pop back here and look up good old funnygreengoblin to see what he's been up to.

I am truly sad to come in here today and inform you guys that FGG, aka Brian Maton, has passed away recently.

If my google researching is correct ('cause his website is down now), he died on September 24, 2011. He was 52 years old at the time.
He leaves behind his wife, Lynn Marie Maton and his son, Brian Maton Jr.

I'm locking this thread in respect.


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