Stir Up Saturday – Trending Fade Away


I thought I had announced that predicting the final price of Auction Watch listing was going away. It wasn’t.

Or I can’t find it.

It seemed to just fade away with Auction Watch #152. After I typed “fade away” all I could think of was this:


Anyways, I never missed it after it was gone. It was a lot of extra work for seemingly nothing. I didn’t really care. Collectors didn’t seem to care.

I thought these posts were kind of fun, but the world kept spinning without them. As I looked back at five years ago I wondered, “Should I bring this back?”

I enjoyed the final review process, but documenting the final prices was a hassle. Even if I didn’t bring back my predictions, would you want final prices to come back?

If I don’t hear anything from you guys, then I’ll assume you don’t care. Or stopped pooping and didn’t have time to respond.

I had forgotten about asking whether the #223 errors were a trend. But after looking at it again I remembered the minutia post too. And then I thought about last week’s SUS.

I think these errors are an important part of the Non-Poster figure story. I don’t know exactly how, but it must be a piece of the puzzle.

What do you guys think?

  1. #1 by Josh Turner on January 14th, 2017

    I really feel like the predictions were kind of fluffy and unnecessary. But either way, keep up the good work!

  2. #2 by Nick...bones on January 14th, 2017

    If its alot of work I wouldn’t worry about it but I do read all of your posts..I’m sure others do as well. So I’d say its just a personal call if you want to or not

  3. #3 by jason76basin on January 14th, 2017

    i always liked it. i come to your site basically every day to look around…. i dont collect muscle, and havent for probably 5 years…i was fairly deep in my collection when money issues forced me to sell everything including muscle, mimp, cheap toys, slug zombies, and gi joe…… i STILL to this day miss my muscle collection, but i curb my appetite by looking at your site nearly every single day… so you’re hard work does not go unnoticed, nor not appreciated… its just that we are probably too damn lazy to chime in.. but at least ONE redneck hillbilly in tn loves the site and all the damn work you do on it. thank you

    jj

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