The "good grief" was because every so often people pig pile on something that is not deserving of being pig piled on and it grows legs way beyond what is a simple thing.
The OP wanted a bluish paper reference stamp on the cheap. I pointed he/she to one. It happened to be from a seller that some people are not fans of. Fine. The next step is opining that the stamp is not really the stamp "I think".
The hitting a gnat with a hammer gets old. The topic goal was to "find a cheap bluish paper reference copy stamp". How did we get from finding a stamp to the seller sucks to the stamp might not be the stamp?
At times I actually hold back on commenting (some would argue otherwise
) because of the inevitable mission creep. Should I share the info? Will it cause problems? Is the seller worthy? Could the stamp be a "bad" stamp or not as presented?
Keep it simple is a great thing at times. Not easy to execute though.
PS: Cannot wait to see the stamp when it arrives.