Man leaves Antiques Roadshow partially dissapointed
on 8/17/2004 (4)
NEW YORK, NY -Former Ramones roadie Jimmy Sauter left the visiting Madison Square Garden "Antiques Roadshow" partially dissapointed after learning his prized Ramone's memorabilia was apparently worthless.
|"One man's trash, another man's teasure." |
"In my 3 years as a roadie for the Ramones, I collected a lot of bits and pieces of priceless memorabilia, and am stunned to find out they have no value. I don't believe it, and want a second opinion. These Road Show guys are crazy"
Music memorabilia skinner Al Farber describes Sauter's possessions as "Used dental floss, empty beer bottles, old snotty kleenex and the repulsive like. They have no value, and even assuming anyone would be nuts enough to want the stuff, you'd virtually have to get DNA samples to prove they belonged to the Ramones, anyway, and even then, who would want it? This stuff classifies as a medical biohazard, not collectables."
Undaunted, Sauter hopes to corral bassist D.D Ramone for a cheek swab test on the Maury Povich Show later this fall.h="0"
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