UnNews:Antiques dealer gives daughter low appraisal
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18 July 2006
BEDFORD, Mass. -- Jason Couvier, a 45-year-old dealer in colonial and federal-era furniture, set a low value on his daughter Danielle's outfit Monday evening. "That flimsy top, those cut-out pants, those rotted out shoes make you look like a cheap hooker," Couvier told the 17-year-old. "And your friends are basically worthless." Couvier said Danielle would fetch no more than $2 on the open market.
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