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Most expensive thing(s) you own.
Nov 23 2012, 2:50 am
By: TiKels  

Nov 23 2012, 2:50 am TiKels Post #1



Pretty self explanatory. What are the most expensive things you own? Please avoid cars, housing, or property, as these are too common.

For me it would have to be my...

Carvin Fatboy Allan Holdsworth signature model guitar, with flame maple top, blackburst edges, and a sick-but-sensual red coloring, at around 1400 dollars.
My laptop at around 500 dollars.
My amp was about 300 dollars. It's a Jet City 333 soldano cab without the head.
Also honorable mention is my DigiTech RP255 sound pedal for my amp at 150 dollars.

I think that's about the best of it.

Edit: You know what, forget computers too. Everyone here has one. Dig a little deeper for more interesting objects.

Post has been edited 2 time(s), last time on Nov 23 2012, 3:09 am by TiKels.



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Nov 23 2012, 2:59 am rockz Post #2

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my car.

oh.

My computer is somewhere around $1000, depreciated to probably $600.
TV is $600.
I've also got $47000 in gold, but I don't think that counts...



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Nov 23 2012, 3:03 am Lanthanide Post #3



House, car, and the next up is probably just my computer, which would have a depreciated value of about $800 (top end of mid-range, from 2007, with a couple of upgrades).

Since you're now excluding computers, I actually don't know what the single most valuable thing I would own is. Probably my vacuum cleaner I guess. I don't really own a lot of stuff, since I'm focussing on paying my mortgage. Oh, possibly my leather la-z-boy recliner, original price was $800 IIRC.

Post has been edited 2 time(s), last time on Nov 23 2012, 3:12 am by Lanthanide.



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Nov 23 2012, 3:11 am Sacrieur Post #4

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My kidneys.



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Nov 23 2012, 4:04 am Fire_Kame Post #5

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Disregarding those things...Let's see, I have a $500 printer, and a $500 camera (I think, it was a gift so I didn't buy this), and my sax is probably pretty expensive...but again, it was a gift, so I don't know the exact amount. I don't like buying really expensive things.

My degree cost about 50k, does that count? :bleh:

EDIT: If we're going with anything over $150, then my couch was like $250, the tv was like $200-something....and then I have a DS, DS3 and Wii...




Nov 23 2012, 4:06 am Oh_Man Post #6

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My car $1000.
My PC $1000.




Nov 23 2012, 4:08 am Fire_Kame Post #7

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No one is even reading the "don't mention your car or computer or home" thing.




Nov 23 2012, 4:14 am EzDay281 Post #8



Wacom Intuos tablet, $400.
My computer desk is probably worth like... $100-150. No idea, we bought it from a local classifieds website.
Can't think of anything else worth >$20.



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Nov 23 2012, 4:16 am DevliN Post #9

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My furniture, my DSLR, my 3DS XL, my ION drum set for Rock Band (because all the cool kids have those, right...? Right...?), my TV, my various pairs of shoes, my iPhone, my old iPhone, my various Renaissance Faire costume pieces, my various steampunk costume pieces, my watch, and Staredit.net.

Oh and my car and my desktop and my laptop.



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Nov 23 2012, 4:19 am Fire_Kame Post #10

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Quote from EzDay281
Wacom Intuos tablet, $400.
My computer desk is probably worth like... $100-150. No idea, we bought it from a local classifieds website.
Can't think of anything else worth >$20.
I have a Bamboo tablet, I wanted to get an Intuos but I heard that the nibs wore down too fast on the pens.




Nov 23 2012, 4:51 am SiberianTiger Post #11



There is a Steinway M grand piano at our home which costs about $30,000 to buy new, but I think we bought it rebuilt for $24,000.

I got a Audio Technica ESW9 which costs $200 but my little brother got it for me for $80 on ebay.



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Nov 23 2012, 4:52 am Generalpie Post #12

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That'd probably be the trampoline I bought with my lifeguard money, and maybe the Xbox.



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Nov 23 2012, 5:13 am Vrael Post #13



My education probably.

Aside from that, if we're just talking dollar value, I don't own a lot of super expensive stuff, except maybe my saxophone which cost me $800 or so, but if we're talking valuable things, I have a challenge coin in my wallet from when I made eagle scout that I don't think I could put a price on. I have a tailored suit that actually didn't cost me a lot because it was handmade in China and I took advantage of the currency conversion. Those are probably what I consider my three most valuable things.



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Nov 23 2012, 5:20 am Generalpie Post #14

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Quote from Generalpie
That'd probably be the trampoline I bought with my lifeguard money, and maybe the Xbox.
On second thought. It is my Sax. It was about $700.
My bass guitar was relatively cheap, like $110 and my 25 Watt bass amp was $60.



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Nov 23 2012, 5:30 am Zycorax Post #15

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Probably the car that's registered in my name, which my parents bought while I was living in England and which I've never driven myself :P




Nov 23 2012, 5:33 am Fire_Kame Post #16

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Quote from Generalpie
That'd probably be the trampoline I bought with my lifeguard money, and maybe the Xbox.





Nov 23 2012, 5:37 am Lanthanide Post #17



My cellphone was $670, duh.



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Nov 23 2012, 6:16 am RIVE Post #18

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Probably my inherited stamps and baseball cards, but I have yet to get an official estimate on any of them.

Personally, my DVD bootleg of the television show Earthworm Jim signed by creator Doug TenNapel with the statement, "I Approve" is priceless, but that is just me.



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Nov 23 2012, 6:22 am payne Post #19

:payne:

My bike. 800$
My classical guitar. 700$
My backpack. 200$ (not actually sure)
My tent. 170$
My camping stove. 130$

That's pretty much it. ;o



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Nov 23 2012, 3:31 pm Fire_Kame Post #20

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THAT'S A LOT OF PERSONAL ITEMS FOR AN ANARCHO SOCIALIST, PAYNE :wtfawesome:




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