Like most who are dishonest, regardless of whether that dishonesty is in business or personal as in your case bo-bo, you refuse to acknowledge it.
And until you do you will be treated as such by us. So if anyone needs to get a life 'tis you liar.
About our comments concerning the lack of carry-over from the ridiculous assumptions that you and obviously others hold about the WH engsi?
What else can we say but we stand by them, and no matter what its history was, or is, the Beshir prayer rug was commendable. And frankly if we had to chose it or the WH engsi to hang on the wall in front of our desk we'd chose it and not that garish, late, derivative to the max workshoppe engsi.
But what is really the point, dear bo-bo, is neither you, nor anyone else we have spoken to, or received mail from, has yet to cite one facet or fact about the engsi to suppor their, like your, contentions it is worthy of such a price.
Or for the matter it is older than others or better, or even just as good.
We supported our idea(s) with factual comparsion and documentation -- have you?
Of course you haven't as your pea-sized rug brain, and probably we are being size-generous, doesn't have a clue how or what to say to support your worthless "feelings".
As we said talk is cheap and you, bo-bo, are a screenshot practitioner of saying nothing but thinking you said something, as your posts here over the last days prove.
RugDUMB is full of air-heads, a few of them with checkbooks and two of them, at least, banged heads over the WH engsi.
So what, just another error in RK's view, but one that unlike slightly over-paying for something good, buying the WH engsi is paying way too much for way, way too little.
And if you are so sure about your "feelings" how about trying to tackle proving what we say is false instead of more yakety yak.
And while yer at it how about acknowledging you lied and then lied some more? After all we have incontrovertible proof to prove you lied, so come clean and admit it like a man and not the anonymouse you are acting like.
Oh, and lest we forget, you said you were leaving and not coming back for three years, guess this is just another bo-boism that's a lie in fact but in your eyes something to avoid facing.
Pop another zoloft and console yourself that you reallly are a rug expurt and RK can sit at your knee and learn, learn, learn.
PS: And, listen up you air-head, forget about the false premise you mouthed about this being good for RK.
We have heard this for years, everytime some mediocre over-priced auction contested rug sells.
Fact is this is nonsense as there is NO real market for any old Turkmen rug or any other type that will allow such a price to be gotten.
And we will bet you a truckload of dollars to one doughnut hole neither the buyer, nor the under-bidder, would pay 75,000 dollars, that's less than 1/3 of the price realized, for the WH engsi if were wheeled into their livingroom or office and offered for sale.
So, bo-bo, go back to rug kindergarten and continue to try to get into first-grade....so far, boy, your still way shy of making the grade.
Oh please.................go get a day job will you. Maybe fiction writing for a children's magazine. You bore everyone.
You're too shortsighted to realize that this benefits you too moron.......I believe you still own some rugs. Be thankful that there are people out there who are still willing to pay for good things. Oh and why didn't the other pieces you mention bring top dollar..............uh duh.......because they weren't top pieces Jack! Even you are smart enough to know that. The Beshir passed in 1997 as the cover lot at Skinners's for $30,000-$35,000. splashy, but late, not something that can be said of the ensi. Get that resume out baby!!!