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Ha! Good one Frank.
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I feel you man. Just dont bother with ppl like him. It's not worth your time. Let him say what he wants to say as long as you know what you are selling is genuine because people into vintage will be able to tell if its genuine or not just by looking at your product n not his groundless comments.