I saw a camera on ebay. It was a duoflex by kodak. Most of you won't have a clue, but its a plastic point and shoot, 620 camera from the fifties probably. Value on a really, really good day is five bucks plus reasonable shipping and that's a very good day. So why was it selling for 53 bucks yesterday. Some person explained in his advertisement that he getting ready for a union lock out on his job. Selling off his camera 'collection'. I think it was the sympathy buyers who bid it way up past all reason. Soooooooo, I go to thinking. I have a set of nostalgia notecards ready for the printer. I just never bothered to have them done because there was no market plan. You guessed it. Im going to market them as the poor disabled photographer's retirement cards. Not too whiny I hope, but enough for the sympathy buyers. OKay it's a cheap trick but I'm not going to hide behind the it's the priniciple of the thing, It's about the money. No I'm not eating cat food, and I do all that I want to do, but then I don't want to do much. It's about the ego I guess. Anyway Just thought I toss this out for discussion what is a fair business practice? Is it fair to create a technically true, but basically false illusion to sell your product.