True enough, I guess. Whenever I start thinking about selling some records, I think about the time I sold a first pressing of The Modern Lovers. This was back in the hey day of the CD, late 80s. I was a bit broke those days and always in need of cash to feed my habit. So I took that LP and a handful of lesser ones to the used record store. The owner flipped through my offerings casually and then offered me $25 for the lot. Keep in mind a couple of things: LPs weren't fetching that much cash back in the day. Secondly, I wasn't fully aware of what I had, and I had grown a little tired of hearing that LP, thinking I could easily find another copy someday if I wanted to (HA!). Anyway, I took the cash, and no sooner had I turned my back (to check out the used LP bins, of course) than the guy had run to his back office, Modern Lovers LP in one hand, his phone in the other. "You won't BELIEVE what some kid just dropped off!" I heard him say. My stomach sank. And I swore, never again.