Posted by Jim Shady at wmgate1.wmintl.co.uk on February 20, 2001 at 12:45:24:
In Reply to: Good question... posted by Not So Somber on February 20, 2001 at 12:34:59:
I had a feeling it would be something of special (dare I say sentimental) value as opposed to anything really rare or valuable. Of course, as it's personally signed, it becomes special beyond value to a real fan.
I haven't got any View Askew collection worth mentioning. If I had to save an item from my record collection, it would probably be my original 1967 vinyl album of "Sergeant Pepper", complete with inserts. The Beatles got me into music, so even though it's not my favourite record, I'd probably save that one. (It's probably one of my most valuable ones, but that's coincidental).
Be it films, comics or music, fanboys cross genres. I don't think that includes people who collect Beanie Babies, but maybe I'm being Beanist...
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