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Gutted Players/the Bright Side
By John A. Tuttle

Hi All,

There is one good thing about all those players that have
been gutted/destroyed and that is the value of those that
remain. I see it happening already and I feel certain that
by the year 2020, the values of all types of 'original'
players will increase dramatically. Even though I have
no data to back up this statement, I feel that for every
player that gets trashed, all remaining units increase in
value by one dollar. Over time, that will amount to hundreds
of dollars and so forth, and so forth.

So look upon those gutted units as insurance for the future
value of those that are loved and cared for properly.

No tears in my eyes,

John A. Tuttle

(Message sent Thu 8 May 1997, 12:08:26 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

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