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If not that TOADally sucks............................................that's a twofer for jokes.

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2 minutes ago, unclezebo said:

Are frog legs ok?

 

what abt boners?

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They're pretty big, I think i can eat around em like chicken legs.

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Forgit about them crummy comics... How much for thet thar glitzy striped bedsheet?

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Imagine my disappointment when I first joined eBay in 2003 to sell all the Image launch titles I kept in pristine condition for a decade, patiently waiting to cash in on them

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13 hours ago, kav said:

someone pls invite that dolt here to explain himself!!!  

What's keeping you from doing it? (shrug)

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2 hours ago, BlowUpTheMoon said:

What's keeping you from doing it? (shrug)

I would but I get involved in so much hijinx sometimes I take a break.

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7 hours ago, PetuniaGrimm said:

Bring him tree fiddy $3.50 and tell him you thought 350'000 was a typo, when he has a fit, tell him you knew he was that damn Loch Ness monster trying to pull a scam

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13 minutes ago, valiantman said:

Image result for one hundred trillion dollars

Blast, I only keep a $50 billion Zimbabwe in my wallet for emergencies...

(which is actually true)

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23 minutes ago, mattn792 said:

Blast, I only keep a $50 billion Zimbabwe in my wallet for emergencies...

(which is actually true)

You can put a down payment on a gumball (maybe).

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14 minutes ago, kav said:

You can put a down payment on a gumball (maybe).

Nonsense, I bet I could turn it into a copy of X-Men 1.  1991.  Covers A, B, C, or D only.

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1 minute ago, mattn792 said:

Nonsense, I bet I could turn it into a copy of X-Men 1.  1991.  Covers A, B, C, or D only.

True-in fact people would also pay you to take them off your hands-

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5 minutes ago, kav said:

True-in fact people would also pay you to take them off your hands-

Now there's a business idea -- be the 1-800-GOT-JUNK of X-Men #1 collecting.  Say a hauling fee of $5 per pound.  Plus travel time.  Fat $tacks.

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4 minutes ago, mattn792 said:

Now there's a business idea -- be the 1-800-GOT-JUNK of X-Men #1 collecting.  Say a hauling fee of $5 per pound.  Plus travel time.  Fat $tacks.

:flipbait:

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lmao even if that was the real action comics 1 that collection might sell for idk like a mil maybe more 

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What I want to know is if those books have never been touch by human hands. What robot automation was used in the late 1930s and what poly bag was used and does it need to be changed after all these decades ?

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47 minutes ago, southern cross said:

What I want to know is if those books have never been touch by human hands. What robot automation was used in the late 1930s and what poly bag was used and does it need to be changed after all these decades ?

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Pretty sure nothing in the listing was created in the 1930s.

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But yeah if thats his claim def good question.

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1 hour ago, southern cross said:

What I want to know is if those books have never been touch by human hands. What robot automation was used in the late 1930s and what poly bag was used and does it need to be changed after all these decades ?

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