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Pawn Stars Tonight - 1966 Dolphins Playbook

Discussion in 'TV, Music and Movies' started by Ronnie Bass, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. Ronnie Bass

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    Basically that's what the guide says so I guess someone is bringing in a Dolphins playbook to sell or pawn, it will be on at 10:30pm ET tonight.
     
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  2. TiP54

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    Live from the Internet.
    Did anybody watch it?
     
  3. Frumundah Finnatic

    Frumundah Finnatic U Mad Miami?

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    AKA Dan hennings 2008-2010 Playbook
     
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  4. Ronnie Bass

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    Just got done watching it and it was pretty cool, it was playbooks for the game at Buffalo in 1966, they never said the player's name but the seller said it belonged to his dad who played at SMU and also later played for Oakland. It has to be WR John Roderick:

    http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/R/RodeJo00.htm

    They brought in a expert who valued the playbook with include a trip itinerary at $400 and was eventually sold at $250. In case anyone is interested in buying it. :lol:

    The episode also repeats 2:30am ET later tonight. Also they lost that game to Buffalo 58-24 and were down 48-10 at the half. UGLY game.

    http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/196609180buf.htm

    Looks like the kids dad scored a TD too.
     
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  5. texasPHINSfan

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    Surely they called in their "NFL Playbook expert" to verify it was a real NFL playbook and not a fake :lol:
     
  6. Jaydog57

    Jaydog57 Canes/Fins/Magic fan

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    I almost had to laugh at the part about how players were to spend their allowance for road trips; $3.00 for lunch, etc. And staying at a lodge instead of a 4 star hotel. Things are quite different.
     
  7. Ronnie Bass

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    That was great, it was $6 for dinner, just $2 for breakfast and like you said $3 for lunch. Looks like they got to eat like kings suppertime. :lol:



    This will be repeated next Monday night for anyone who missed it wants to check it out, I am pretty sure it will be at 8:30am ET but I will double check.
     
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  8. TEX MIDKIFF

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    His son is obviously a BIG JERK. His dad kept this playbook for a reason and he sells it for $250???? WTF

    The reason my friends...... It was the playbook for a game that HE caught his only NFL TOUCHDOWN!!!! Reason son? Now go tell your Dad what you did!!!!!!

    This just irratates me.

    Peace,
    -Tex
     
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  9. Ronnie Bass

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    You know what, you are right, that never occurred to me why he saved even so I knew he scored in that game, but yeah that was his only TD. What a scum, wish I had money I buy it and send it back to his father, rightfully where it belongs.
     
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  10. MikeHoncho

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    [​IMG]It is already online stoopid
     
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    How much did it cost to eat out in 1966?

    I get $10 for breakfast, $16 for lunch, and $26 for dinner at my work. It was $10 for lunch when I got hired, and I know it sucked a lot if you wanted something besides fast food.
     
  12. texasPHINSfan

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    Nightman, fighter of the DAYMAN! Ah-AH-ahhhhhhhh :up:
     
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  13. Jaydog57

    Jaydog57 Canes/Fins/Magic fan

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    One can only imagine what he would have gotten for it if it had been from the '72 Perfect Season.
     
  14. Themole

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    Here's a hint. In 1970, the Skyline Inn, in New Smyrna Beach Fl. All the Lobster & Froglegs you could eat for $6.95.
     
  15. Roderick

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    You call me a big jerk without any knowledge of the situation. You assume he saved it and that you know why. You happen to be wrong. Now why don't you keep your comments to things that you actually know and refrain from calling someone names because of your assumptions.
     
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  16. CashInFist

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    Not sure if serious...
     
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  17. 2k5

    2k5 I miss Ted Ginn Jr.

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    Lol.
     
  18. Ronnie Bass

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    I called him scum, I got off easy.
     
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    My brother is not the jerk...our so called father would be the jerk. Perhaps if he chose to have a relationship with any of his three children he could have had the book.
     
  20. maynard

    maynard Who, whom?

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    what in the world?
     
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  22. GridIronKing34

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    **** just got real.
     
  23. GARDENHEAD

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    This is awesome!
     
  24. Frumundah Finnatic

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    Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!
     
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    Funny thing is, if you try to pawn todays playbook, you would only be pawning a ipad
     
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    your brother is not the jerk, and your father is not the jerk either. Your mother is the jerk, for sleeping with John Sandusky to get the playbook back after your father turned it in.
     
  27. Ronnie Bass

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    Whoa Sec! lol
     
  28. Ronnie Bass

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    Its on in 22 minutes and then again at 2am for anyone wants to see this.
     
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  29. byroan

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    Setting the DVR for 2AM.
     
  30. Pauly

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    Old Original Bookbinders is a restaurant Philadelphia. Their current menu is here: http://www.bookbindersrichmond.com/menus/

    I have a copy of a menu from 1964.
    Some Items that are still on the menu:
    Snapper Soup: $1.00 then, $7 now
    Clam Chowder: $0.90 then, $7 now
    1/2 Dozen clams: $1.15 then, $13 now
    Oysters Rockefeller: $2 then, $12 now
    Live Lobster: $3/pound then, $24.95/pound now
    Sirloin Steak: $4 then, $20 now
    Flounder: $4.00 then, $29 now

    So going on those prices food has risen by a factor of 6 or 7 from 1966 to now, so an allowance of $6/dinner would be like an allowance of $40/dinner now. You can eat out reasonable well for that money but not enough to go to a fancy restaurant.
     

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