Another tangent is photography and specifically concert photography. Oh my (expletive), the first concert photography and of tea, I bought. I think it was a queen. Picture by this wonderful photographer. Gary Gersh off. I saw it on Open Sea and I just bought it. It was perfect. And then later on and this was only got maybe two or three months ago. My favorite photographer of all time who shot the see, I'm a Seattle grunge head. I love all the, you know, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and house and chains. It goes on and on the guy, like I have two of his hardbound books. I have a freaking t-shirt of his like I'm hardcore. Into Charles Pearson, he's the goat. He did a prank, see box drop and I saw it was a picture of Kurt Cobain from like their release party or something. Literally my jaw dropped and like, I got the cold sweats like, oh, no awesome, but what's going on the goat, entered the room. And like I wasn't prepared for this. Yeah. I was like (expletive) my pants because I knew what that meant to me as living that time and then Nostalgia, but also from The Collector side of like, I need to find out what Not like right now. So I started digging and I found, he just had an Open Sea page and everything like all the one of ones were like, .1, ether. Did you just go in a buying
frenzy at that point? They were all gone. Oh, they were gone. It's all sold out. They
were sold. Like somebody got the tip before me and I was, I definitely got some pretty sick things for not a lot of money, but the choice pieces were snatched. I have later rectified that and have a good Charles Peterson collection. Now some of those I had to pay for and I felt I fully Justified the prices I had to pay. The thing is with a lot of people who come in here. They don't know what things are worth or like, where to start as an artist in a friend. I hate seeing that because it was the same thing. I did, you know, you sell something for 150 bucks and you're stoked, but you don't realize that you could have gotten five grand good for the collector.
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