The mother of all box breaks...

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  1. titanbuoy

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    what a ****in' dork
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    Hey! **** you too *******!


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    bull...

    I pulled Andrew Jackson/Franklin D. the other day ...

    ... now that's a steal :grrhee:
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    I don't collect cards so I don't know too much about them but after seeing this video I wondered onto Ebay checking out Chris Johnson cards and I noticed he was wearing #29 on a lot of the cards. Whats up with that?
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    :ha:
    oh yeah.....well I pulled Obama and Jesus the other day
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    The photos of Johnson wearing the #29 were taken at the rookie premiere photo shoot. It's an event held by card companies right after the draft to get shots of the new crop of rookies in their new unis. Many of the card brands release their products early in the season so waiting for game shots isn't practical. Initially Johnson had been assigned Chris Brown's old number... not certain why he made the switch to 28 (but i'm glad he did).
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    At $2,000 a pack, you better get something good.

    I personally think it is pretty cool. I would prefer it be in a pack the normal kid can afford, but I get why it's in a rich kids pack, because it can be.

    I would say a Lincoln siged document goes for about $40,000 and Washington goes for a tiny bit more. People find them all the time in their attic because most soldiers have a siged document, but it's still quite a find. It should go for at least $40,000 in my opinion. I will be interested to see what the value is.

    If I could afford a president auto card, I would buy them. They are a solid purchase.

    The highest I've ever paid was for Tiger Woods, Jackie Robinson, and a couple of Jordan auto's. A little more than a $1,000 in value each. Usually bought them around 600 or 700 dollars.

    The best pull I ever had was a Jason Kidd auto glass worth $30. Most of my other pulls are worthless. I never had any luck.
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    In 06 I pulled an Upper Deck Reggie Bush/Matt Leinart dual jersey/auto #'d to 10. It sold for $680. I wonder if it would reach three figures now.

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