06-17-2008, 01:33 PM
promodeltodd Wrote:jeffv96masters Wrote:gregbara Wrote:This is just like the situation when they put up a picture of the time a guy brought in like 100 or so Gretzky rookies and the picture shows them all over the table. People went nuts, but with that one instance we do not know the full story, the owner could have put them down like such for all anyone knows.I'm not saying BGS does anything wrong, but there are people out there who will say what they do is wrong because of this and that. Critics ya know !
Eric Jaanke made his first foray into the grading area to sorta begin the process of opening the door--- you can see his visit to that area in the BLOGROLL area which can be accessed from the homepage--right hand side-- about 3-4 inches down its called BECKETT BUZZ. Its the last article all the way down .
The "presumption" is that he will be showing more as time goes on,,,,,,,, you'll understand why I say "presume" after reading it and seeing the video,,,,,,,,,,
Totall agree they should def make a video like that. I think getting someone to volunteer would not be a problem. I think a lot of people would like to see.
As usual, Beckett would be better off trying to be serious than a little skit like that. Either make it off limits or just show us the process in a serious way so we can know. To do a lame skit like that just shows they have too much time on their hands that they probably really don't have when emails and orders are not getting done on time or correctly.
Personally, I wouldn't mind them taking a random order, contacting the person who owns the order, and getting permission to do a video of start to finish on it including the receive day and finish day. I volunteer my order that goes in for the BOT each month if they need someones permission, my last two contain autos that would make for additional footage that would be nice to see the process on.