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Twenty dollar knuckle breaker...lol

Old.22BoltsOld.22Bolts Member Posts: 6,032
edited January 2011 in General Discussion
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=209470301

And some of the other items they are selling...
where do they find this stuf...

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    fishkiller41fishkiller41 Member Posts: 50,608
    edited November -1
    BWAaaaahahahahaha!!! Not worth the buck in the disc.!!!
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    topdadtopdad Member Posts: 3,408 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    looks like great anchors for your decoys.
    but a little pricey
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    CHEVELLE427CHEVELLE427 Member Posts: 6,750
    edited November -1
    think I'm going to list some beach sand,
    might even put a sea Shell in it also.

    you can have your very own Pensacola BP oil free beach sand[;)]
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    Old.22BoltsOld.22Bolts Member Posts: 6,032
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by CHEVELLE427
    think I'm going to list some beach sand,
    might even put a sea Shell in it also.

    you can have your very own Pensacola BP oil free beach sand[;)]


    I'd betcha it would sell...
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    LaidbackDanLaidbackDan Member Posts: 13,143 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    He appears to be a one stop shopping place for the sociopath who dabbles in history.
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    CHEVELLE427CHEVELLE427 Member Posts: 6,750
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by southgeorgiaivory
    quote:Originally posted by CHEVELLE427
    think I'm going to list some beach sand,
    might even put a sea Shell in it also.

    you can have your very own Pensacola BP oil free beach sand[;)]


    I'd betcha it would sell...


    WHY NOT

    look for it in the days to come think im going to list some dirt for sale ,
    comes with a sea shell,,
    looks like snow but not cold
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    bama55bama55 Member Posts: 6,389 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by CHEVELLE427
    think I'm going to list some beach sand,
    might even put a sea Shell in it also.

    you can have your very own Pensacola BP oil free beach sand[;)]


    I have some from Key West. Think it would sell?[:D]
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    CHEVELLE427CHEVELLE427 Member Posts: 6,750
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by bama55
    quote:Originally posted by CHEVELLE427
    think I'm going to list some beach sand,
    might even put a sea Shell in it also.

    you can have your very own Pensacola BP oil free beach sand[;)]


    I have some from Key West. Think it would sell?[:D]


    i have seen Mississippi mud sell along with that pet rock so who knows even seen a can of sunshine, someone said they open it and didn't see anything, they must of opened it in the daylight,

    i have a ville of salt from 27000feet down and some weird stuff we drilled up before, i even have some true black gold from 25000 feet from a well we brought in.
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    coltpaxcoltpax Member Posts: 8,114
    edited November -1
    Would be cool to weld it up for use as a shifter knob.
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    He DogHe Dog Member Posts: 50,981 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Who would buy sand for Pete's sake? Now a nice cow flop...

    Pot metal knucks, I bet those would hold up really well in a biker bar.
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    Old.22BoltsOld.22Bolts Member Posts: 6,032
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by Flying Clay Disk
    Everyone needs one of these too...

    http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=209470296




    [:D][B)][:D]
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    AlpineAlpine Member Posts: 15,068 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Not to mention they are illegal in a lot of states.

    Why would bring brass knuckles to a fight?

    Stupidity knows no bounds.
    ?The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money.?
    Margaret Thatcher

    "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics."
    Mark Twain
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    scottm21166scottm21166 Member Posts: 20,723
    edited November -1
    You would be amazed at how many people paid for small viles of Mount St. Helens volcanic ash.. god, that crap was 6 inches deep everywhere for years... and people still bought it when they could have scooped up a pail load in the parking lot of the novelty store where they bought it...
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    CHEVELLE427CHEVELLE427 Member Posts: 6,750
    edited November -1
    not sure who would buy sand, but a lot did buy a rock and called it a pet.


    seeing how i have free beach sand free shell's beach is 2 miles away, some cheep bottle or even a zip lock bag will do.

    if some people buy it Ill let my 15yr old have her first job, then if she makes any money she wont be bugging me for any.[;)]

    she just bought a shirt some other 15yr old made , it was a plain long sleeve cotton shirt with a stencil iron on on it, only paid $10 for it but cant get it around here just like beach sand (buy the way is not sand at all it is something mixed with quarts)

    will get some tech name for it and see were it goes. we get thousands of Yankees every year here just to see the beach, look how much they will save . $1.00 bottle/bag of sand or $2000 for a trip here to take a bucket home. and stop by a tourist trap to buy some dead starfish and sand dollar,

    this could be a market for this , if my daughter makes too much ill be asking her for money,[:0]

    i think it is dump but look around you we are covered up with people that buy dumb snit.[;)]


    think ill drive to the beach today, keep the weight under 13oz it will ship first class mail as well so for about $3.00 you can have a nice bag/bottle of white beach sand with a sea shell in it[}:)]

    you can set around and admire it[:D]
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    Old.22BoltsOld.22Bolts Member Posts: 6,032
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by CHEVELLE427
    not sure who would buy sand, but a lot did buy a rock and called it a pet.


    seeing how i have free beach sand free shell's beach is 2 miles away, some cheep bottle or even a zip lock bag will do.

    if some people buy it Ill let my 15yr old have her first job, then if she makes any money she wont be bugging me for any.[;)]

    she just bought a shirt some other 15yr old made , it was a plain long sleeve cotton shirt with a stencil iron on on it, only paid $10 for it but cant get it around here just like beach sand (buy the way is not sand at all it is something mixed with quarts)

    will get some tech name for it and see were it goes. we get thousands of Yankees every year here just to see the beach, look how much they will save . $1.00 bottle/bag of sand or $2000 for a trip here to take a bucket home. and stop by a tourist trap to buy some dead starfish and sand dollar,

    this could be a market for this , if my daughter makes too much ill be asking her for money,[:0]

    i think it is dump but look around you we are covered up with people that buy dumb snit.[;)]


    think ill drive to the beach today, keep the weight under 13oz it will ship first class mail as well so for about $3.00 you can have a nice bag/bottle of white beach sand with a sea shell in it[}:)]

    you can set around and admire it[:D]


    volume cures all...[:D]
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    searcher5searcher5 Member Posts: 13,511
    edited November -1
    I guess it's better than a rock.

    Well, actually, no it isn't.
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