Dude.....You've Been Duped.......(Heads Up For.....Jac Lau Jac)
#81
8-11-2018 10:11 PM
WhatDoYouThink said:
Why do some people attached to non-living, materialistic things? Try to let go of such attachments and one would feel happier.

古话说的好,玩人丧德,玩物丧志。不以物喜,不以人悲, 则心才不会為形所累。

what is the point of having money when you are not going to spend it, does it look like he need the money? .... Rolling on the flor laughing Rolling on the flor laughing Rolling on the flor laughing Rolling on the flor laughing
Everything will be alright in the end, so if it is not alright it is not yet the end ....

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#82
I've seen such crook face as this Kee guy......cannot be trusted at all.

His words all bullshit.
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#83
9-11-2018 2:55 AM
ah pan said:
what is the point of having money when you are not going to spend it, does it look like he need the money? .... Rolling on the flor laughing Rolling on the flor laughing Rolling on the flor laughing Rolling on the flor laughing

money can be saved in the banks, passed to anyone who needs it, buy anything you need, eat any food you like, and you can look at its number and smile like a lim sway sway.

what could you do with those rusty junks? can you find another stewpigger df to take over from you?
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#84
for pee wee and chewhu beng, the last resort is to "donate" or return their "antiques" to china. if the authorities refuse to take, then its for sure they are fakes.
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#85
Antiques can make one addicted in buying
If you can afford it and it’s not cheap either
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#86
I can tell u 2 things.

1. Jac is scared he has been duped.

2. No one is going to buy antique after the news report.

Therefore, Jac is stuck with his antique. The only way he can prove his collection is genuine is to try to sell one of his collection at a price above what he bought.

He cannot sell one of his collection means, he is duped.

Get it?
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#87
I don't think as a collector, Jac will want to sell or part with his "antiques". Like he said, it is all in the mind, so long as he himself thinks they are genuine can liao. I guess that's the only way to console oneself. Laughing

I reiterate I will never buy "antiques" unless I personally dug them up from the ground during an archeological expedition or stole them from a museum. Laughing

9-11-2018 8:49 AM
stockhacker said:
I can tell u 2 things.

1. Jac is scared he has been duped.

2. No one is going to buy antique after the news report.

Therefore, Jac is stuck with his antique. The only way he can prove his collection is genuine is to try to sell one of his collection at a price above what he bought.

He cannot sell one of his collection means, he is duped.

Get it?
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#88
Jac is buying toto with his collection.

A poor man sold him the idea that the antique he is buying is worth millions.

Jac happily bought the antique. Now he try to redeem his millions. Guess what, the poor man is no longer contactable.

Jac is asking himself, what exactly he bought. Lol.
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#89
The reason is simple. Despite posting lots of photos of his bronze collection in here, he never ever shown us any certificate of authenticity from a reputable testing lab to date. Murphy's Law - Everything is deemed a Fake until proven to be the real deal.

Treeswing

8-11-2018 6:20 PM
ah pan said:
I have no interest in the documentary, I don't need to watch the documentary ....

there is no need for you to change the subject, I am just asking you to explain why Jac's pieces are fake ....

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#90
He bought flower pots and rice bins as they can be used for these purposes. thumbs up

9-11-2018 9:21 AM
stockhacker said:
Jac is buying toto with his collection.

A poor man sold him the idea that the antique he is buying is worth millions.

Jac happily bought the antique. Now he try to redeem his millions. Guess what, the poor man is no longer contactable.

Jac is asking himself, what exactly he bought. Lol.
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