An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by gogu » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 06:15:04



Hehehe:-)
I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was Frank
and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
The coin is yours Brickboy !

--

E' mai possibile, oh porco di un cane, che le avventure
in codesto reame debban risolversi tutte con grandi
puttane!    F.d.A

Coins, travels and more: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/golanule/my_photos
http://gogu.enosi.org/index.html

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by Mr. Jagger » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 06:28:39



Quote:
> Hehehe:-)
> I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was Frank
> and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
> The coin is yours Brickboy !

Are you saying that you'll let the identity of the seller and the identity
of one of the bidders stand in the way of your getting a coin you need?
After all, it's not the coin's fault who owns it or who wants it.

Mr. Jaggers

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by gogu » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 06:47:29


? "Mr. Jaggers" <lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com> Y???? ?? T?

Quote:



>> Hehehe:-)
>> I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was
>> Frank
>> and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
>> The coin is yours Brickboy !
> Are you saying that you'll let the identity of the seller and the identity
> of one of the bidders stand in the way of your getting a coin you need?
> After all, it's not the coin's fault who owns it or who wants it.

Yes, I don't want to make an rcc-er pay more for a coin he wants.
Maybe silly but it's a matter of  principle for me.

--

E' mai possibile, oh porco di un cane, che le avventure
in codesto reame debban risolversi tutte con grandi
puttane!    F.d.A

Coins, travels and more: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/golanule/my_photos
http://gogu.enosi.org/index.html

Quote:
> Mr. Jaggers

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by BoxTurt » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 08:00:39


On Mon, 30 Jan 2006 15:28:39 -0600, "Mr. Jaggers"
<lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com> is alleged to have written:

Quote:



>> Hehehe:-)
>> I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was Frank
>> and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
>> The coin is yours Brickboy !

>Are you saying that you'll let the identity of the seller and the identity
>of one of the bidders stand in the way of your getting a coin you need?
>After all, it's not the coin's fault who owns it or who wants it.

>Mr. Jaggers

Brickboy has an advantage over most of us with Frank's auctions. He
lives within driving distance of Frank's shop and can stop by and
actually look at the coins. That enables him to be more aggressive
than those of us who operate off of a photo.

Bruce (I'd do the same, if I lived near Frank)

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An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by Mr. Jagger » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 07:54:05



Quote:
>? "Mr. Jaggers" <lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com> Y???? ?? T?



>>> Hehehe:-)
>>> I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was
>>> Frank
>>> and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
>>> The coin is yours Brickboy !

>> Are you saying that you'll let the identity of the seller and the
>> identity of one of the bidders stand in the way of your getting a coin
>> you need? After all, it's not the coin's fault who owns it or who wants
>> it.

> Yes, I don't want to make an rcc-er pay more for a coin he wants.
> Maybe silly but it's a matter of  principle for me.

If you've bid on many auctions at all, you've probably already bid against
an rcc-er or two and made them pay more.  I may be one of them!  How do you
propose to make restitution?  I'll accept a statement of your contrition,
written on the back of a fifty-dollar bill.

Mr. Jaggers

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by gogu » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 09:08:56


? "Mr. Jaggers" <lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com> Y???? ?? T?

Quote:



>>? "Mr. Jaggers" <lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com> Y???? ?? T?



>>>> Hehehe:-)
>>>> I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was
>>>> Frank
>>>> and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
>>>> The coin is yours Brickboy !

>>> Are you saying that you'll let the identity of the seller and the
>>> identity of one of the bidders stand in the way of your getting a coin
>>> you need? After all, it's not the coin's fault who owns it or who wants
>>> it.
>> Yes, I don't want to make an rcc-er pay more for a coin he wants.
>> Maybe silly but it's a matter of  principle for me.
> If you've bid on many auctions at all, you've probably already bid against
> an rcc-er or two and made them pay more.

Hardly.
I collect coins that most rcc-ers do not collect such as 5 oz. silver coins,
gold coins near the size of a Sovereign, world silver crowns, Australian and
Canadian Lunar coins, US and Canadian modern commemoratives, etc.
Only lately I have evolved an interest into modern circulating American
coins and I have only about 10 of them (the most common), so I don't think I
have bid against an rcc-er :-)

Quote:
> I may be one of them!  How do you propose to make restitution?  I'll
> accept a statement of your contrition, written on the back of a
> fifty-dollar bill.

:-)
But I insist that I wouldn't bid on an auction where an rcc-er has placed a
bid prior to me.

--

E' mai possibile, oh porco di un cane, che le avventure
in codesto reame debban risolversi tutte con grandi
puttane!    F.d.A

Coins, travels and more: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/golanule/my_photos
http://gogu.enosi.org/index.html

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> Mr. Jaggers

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by Eric Babul » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 09:11:48




Quote:
> ? "Mr. Jaggers" <lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com> Y???? ?? T?



>>> Hehehe:-)
>>> I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was
>>> Frank
>>> and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
>>> The coin is yours Brickboy !

>> Are you saying that you'll let the identity of the seller and the
>> identity of one of the bidders stand in the way of your getting a
>> coin you need? After all, it's not the coin's fault who owns it or
>> who wants it.

> Yes, I don't want to make an rcc-er pay more for a coin he wants.
> Maybe silly but it's a matter of  principle for me.

Gogu - If I were you, I wouldn't worry too much about who else is bidding
on the auctions you're interested in. These are public auctions,
afterall. And, I'm pretty certain that you don't know all of our ebaY
IDs, so you have probably already bid against some of us. I know I've bid
against at least a few RCCers before. For some auctions I was the first
bidder, and found that other RCCers have bid after me. Sometimes, just
the opposite (for instance, I've found that I've competed against Bill K,
Dale H, Cliff, and Eric T on quite a few Morgan Dollar auctions). I've
lost most of them, BTW. Dems the breaks. Sometimes you will win.
Sometimes you will lose. Hey, if you don't bid the price up, someone else
probably will.

Who knows? Maybe the other RCCer just put in a token lowball bid for
kicks and giggles, to see if they can 'steal' a coin for almost nothing,
not really expecting to win, or even try to win. I've done that - put in
30 or 40 lowball bids, hoping to snag one or two for next to nothing, if
I get so lucky as to find an auction with little traffic.

I say, if you want the coin, bid to your max. If the other RCCer wants
the coin more than you, they'll bid higher than you.

Now that I've said all that, I, too, will likely not bid on an auction if
I notice that another RCCer is interested in that coin. I consider it a
common courtesy thing for me. But, I don't usually look to see who else
is bidding; therefore, I don't notice if there's an RCCer in the mix.

How's that for a bunch of babble?!

--
Eric Babula
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

I'm the epitome of contradicions, today! LOL!

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by gogu » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 09:20:37




Quote:


>> ? "Mr. Jaggers" <lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com> Y???? ?? T?



>>>> Hehehe:-)
>>>> I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was
>>>> Frank
>>>> and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
>>>> The coin is yours Brickboy !
>>> Are you saying that you'll let the identity of the seller and the
>>> identity of one of the bidders stand in the way of your getting a
>>> coin you need? After all, it's not the coin's fault who owns it or
>>> who wants it.
>> Yes, I don't want to make an rcc-er pay more for a coin he wants.
>> Maybe silly but it's a matter of  principle for me.
> Gogu - If I were you, I wouldn't worry too much about who else is bidding
> on the auctions you're interested in. These are public auctions,
> afterall.

This is true.

Quote:
> And, I'm pretty certain that you don't know all of our ebaY
> IDs,

Gosh, of course not :-)

Quote:
> so you have probably already bid against some of us.

Theoretically it is possible.

Quote:
> I know I've bid
> against at least a few RCCers before. For some auctions I was the first
> bidder, and found that other RCCers have bid after me.

Well, there are many different opinions and I certainly don't say that mine
is the correct one.

Quote:
> Sometimes, just
> the opposite (for instance, I've found that I've competed against Bill K,
> Dale H, Cliff, and Eric T on quite a few Morgan Dollar auctions). I've
> lost most of them, BTW. Dems the breaks. Sometimes you will win.
> Sometimes you will lose. Hey, if you don't bid the price up, someone else
> probably will.

Probably.

Quote:
> Who knows? Maybe the other RCCer just put in a token lowball bid for
> kicks and giggles, to see if they can 'steal' a coin for almost nothing,
> not really expecting to win, or even try to win. I've done that - put in
> 30 or 40 lowball bids, hoping to snag one or two for next to nothing, if
> I get so lucky as to find an auction with little traffic.

> I say, if you want the coin, bid to your max. If the other RCCer wants
> the coin more than you, they'll bid higher than you.

> Now that I've said all that, I, too, will likely not bid on an auction if
> I notice that another RCCer is interested in that coin. I consider it a
> common courtesy thing for me.

That's exactly my point Eric !

Quote:
> But, I don't usually look to see who else
> is bidding; therefore, I don't notice if there's an RCCer in the mix.

> How's that for a bunch of babble?!

I understand your point of view Eric but I have it as a principle never to
bid against a member of the "family" if I come second.
I know it may be silly but hey, that wouldn't be the first silly thing I've
done in my life ;-)

rgrds

--

E' mai possibile, oh porco di un cane, che le avventure
in codesto reame debban risolversi tutte con grandi
puttane!    F.d.A

Coins, travels and more: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/golanule/my_photos
http://gogu.enosi.org/index.html

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Quote:
> --
> Eric Babula
> Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

> I'm the epitome of contradicions, today! LOL!

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by Eric Babul » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 09:36:42




Quote:
> I understand your point of view Eric but I have it as a principle
> never to bid against a member of the "family" if I come second.
> I know it may be silly but hey, that wouldn't be the first silly thing
> I've done in my life ;-)

> rgrds

It's a very nice principle, if you ask me. But, if you see my name up
there, go ahead and bid if you're interested in the coin. I'm giving you
official written permission (as if you need it!) (and, to any other
RCCers who might feel the same as you do). I certainly don't take offense
to that happening, and it does happen on occasion. It's not like the coin
is mine, just because I saw it before you did. Actually, my win
percentage is less than 10% (probably closer to 7%), so it's very likely
that I won't be the winner of the coin, anyway. Consider that you're
probably trying to outbid someone else, not me. So, if you see my ebaY ID
up there, please do not shy away from the auction - go for it if you want
it!

Heck, how do you control that, if you snipe coins? I mean, let's say you
have a snipe set for tomorrow afternoon. And, let's say I manually snip
20 seconds before the auction end. Your snipe comes in 5 seconds before
auction end, and outbids me. Do you feel bad? No! That's the game. If I
wanted the coin more than you, I would have bid higher than your snipe
bid. No biggie.

--
Eric Babula
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Not gonna cry over losing a few auctions here and there. There's always
another one out there.

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by gogu » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 09:42:28




Quote:


>> I understand your point of view Eric but I have it as a principle
>> never to bid against a member of the "family" if I come second.
>> I know it may be silly but hey, that wouldn't be the first silly thing
>> I've done in my life ;-)

>> rgrds
> It's a very nice principle, if you ask me. But, if you see my name up
> there, go ahead and bid if you're interested in the coin. I'm giving you
> official written permission (as if you need it!) (and, to any other
> RCCers who might feel the same as you do). I certainly don't take offense
> to that happening, and it does happen on occasion. It's not like the coin
> is mine, just because I saw it before you did. Actually, my win
> percentage is less than 10% (probably closer to 7%), so it's very likely
> that I won't be the winner of the coin, anyway. Consider that you're
> probably trying to outbid someone else, not me. So, if you see my ebaY ID
> up there, please do not shy away from the auction - go for it if you want
> it!

Thank you, Sir :-)

Quote:
> Heck, how do you control that, if you snipe coins? I mean, let's say you
> have a snipe set for tomorrow afternoon. And, let's say I manually snip
> 20 seconds before the auction end. Your snipe comes in 5 seconds before
> auction end, and outbids me. Do you feel bad? No! That's the game. If I
> wanted the coin more than you, I would have bid higher than your snipe
> bid. No biggie.

LOL
That with the snipping bids was a good one, I am *always* snipping the
auctions I'm watching, so it is not possible to know if an rcc-er is bidding
on the same auction !
But as I said, I am only doing that with rcc-ers that already have bids on
that given auction.

A good night to all, it's almost 3 in the morning in this part of the world
:-)

--

E' mai possibile, oh porco di un cane, che le avventure
in codesto reame debban risolversi tutte con grandi
puttane!    F.d.A

Coins, travels and more: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/golanule/my_photos
http://gogu.enosi.org/index.html

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Quote:

> --
> Eric Babula
> Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

> Not gonna cry over losing a few auctions here and there. There's always
> another one out there.

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by Dale Hallmar » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 10:52:33



Quote:
> Hehehe:-)
> I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was Frank
> and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
> The coin is yours Brickboy !

> --

> E' mai possibile, oh porco di un cane, che le avventure
> in codesto reame debban risolversi tutte con grandi
> puttane!    F.d.A

> Coins, travels and more: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/golanule/my_photos
> http://gogu.enosi.org/index.html

Everyone has to make their own rules.  Wouldn't bother me to bid against an
rccer
and in fact I have done that before.  If you ever bid against me....that
will be just fine too
as I don't have a problem with that either :-)  In fact I have lost more
than one auction to a fellow rccer.

Dale

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by Mr. Jagger » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 11:52:53



Quote:
>? "Mr. Jaggers" <lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com> Y???? ?? T?



>>>? "Mr. Jaggers" <lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com> Y???? ?? T?



>>>>> Hehehe:-)
>>>>> I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was
>>>>> Frank
>>>>> and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
>>>>> The coin is yours Brickboy !

>>>> Are you saying that you'll let the identity of the seller and the
>>>> identity of one of the bidders stand in the way of your getting a coin
>>>> you need? After all, it's not the coin's fault who owns it or who wants
>>>> it.

>>> Yes, I don't want to make an rcc-er pay more for a coin he wants.
>>> Maybe silly but it's a matter of  principle for me.

>> If you've bid on many auctions at all, you've probably already bid
>> against an rcc-er or two and made them pay more.

> Hardly.
> I collect coins that most rcc-ers do not collect such as 5 oz. silver
> coins, gold coins near the size of a Sovereign, world silver crowns,
> Australian and Canadian Lunar coins, US and Canadian modern
> commemoratives, etc.
> Only lately I have evolved an interest into modern circulating American
> coins and I have only about 10 of them (the most common), so I don't think
> I have bid against an rcc-er :-)

>> I may be one of them!  How do you propose to make restitution?  I'll
>> accept a statement of your contrition, written on the back of a
>> fifty-dollar bill.

> :-)
> But I insist that I wouldn't bid on an auction where an rcc-er has placed
> a bid prior to me.

How do you know if you're bidding against an rcc-er or not?  For example, my
eBay screen name is not related in any way to my RCC name.

Mr. Jaggers

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by Seanie & His Grik loving Chauffeur » Wed, 01 Feb 2006 20:37:22


Quote:

> ? "Mr. Jaggers" <lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com> Y???? ?? T?



> >> Hehehe:-)
> >> I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was
> >> Frank
> >> and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
> >> The coin is yours Brickboy !

> > Are you saying that you'll let the identity of the seller and the identity
> > of one of the bidders stand in the way of your getting a coin you need?
> > After all, it's not the coin's fault who owns it or who wants it.

> Yes, I don't want to make an rcc-er pay more for a coin he wants.
> Maybe silly but it's a matter of  principle for me.

Yeahright you VILE RACIST TOAD

Here is PROOF POSITIVE of your *** "principles

http://www.FoundCollection.com/

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by gogu » Thu, 02 Feb 2006 08:58:29


? "Mr. Jaggers" <lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com> Y???? ?? T?

Quote:



>>> I may be one of them!  How do you propose to make restitution?  I'll
>>> accept a statement of your contrition, written on the back of a
>>> fifty-dollar bill.
>> :-)
>> But I insist that I wouldn't bid on an auction where an rcc-er has placed
>> a bid prior to me.
> How do you know if you're bidding against an rcc-er or not?  For example,
> my eBay screen name is not related in any way to my RCC name.

As I said, I don't always know !
Only if it happens to know the ID of a particular rcc-er or if his ID is
obvious, linked to his rcc ID.
In all other cases I can't possibly know !
My own Usenet ID is not linked to my e-Bay ID !

--

E' mai possibile, oh porco di un cane, che le avventure
in codesto reame debban risolversi tutte con grandi
puttane!    F.d.A

Coins, travels and more: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/golanule/my_photos
http://gogu.enosi.org/index.html

Quote:
> Mr. Jaggers

 
 
 

An rcc-er's auction with an rcc-er high bidder

Post by gogu » Thu, 02 Feb 2006 09:04:08




Quote:



>> Hehehe:-)
>> I was watching an auction when suddenly realized that the seller was
>> Frank
>> and the high bidder Brickboytx :-)
>> The coin is yours Brickboy !
> Everyone has to make their own rules.  Wouldn't bother me to bid against
> an rccer
> and in fact I have done that before.  If you ever bid against me....that
> will be just fine too
> as I don't have a problem with that either :-)  In fact I have lost more
> than one auction to a fellow rccer.

:-)
We all follow our own rules Dale :-)
My rule is when I come second to let an rcc-er bid on the coin without any
interference by me.

--

E' mai possibile, oh porco di un cane, che le avventure
in codesto reame debban risolversi tutte con grandi
puttane!    F.d.A

Coins, travels and more: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/golanule/my_photos
http://gogu.enosi.org/index.html

Quote:
> Dale