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September 17, 2015

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Angelo

Agree with you---but note, if that limping wildebeest isn't immediately caught by a lion, there's hope. If you wait a few weeks or a couple months----and come back and relist it with a lower starting bid----if even just TWO people with big egos see the listing and start bidding, it's very possible the limping weakling will turn into a tiger. The two bidders---hunters----will pull out all the stops to win. It becomes an ego driven undertaking----they will overpay for the watch if need be, to prove that they are the alpha bidder.

herculodge

Angelo, your re-list strategy just might work. Thanks.

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