MacWizard: My thoughts as I looked at this...$2.5 million for a meteorite? This guy is nuts!Oh, a meteorite from the moon. Well, that's different, then.No bids?"A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item..."Kind of a stretch there, but I suppose it depends on your perspective."I will demonstrate that this meteorite came among the rocks of the Apollo 11 mission ... and NASA cannot prove otherwise. "Return to "This guy is nuts! no lunkhead"FTFY
caddisfly: "Did you know that in December 1996, the auction house Christie's did auctioned 13 grams of "Moon rocks" by $ 650,000 dollars ?"Sure. Looks legitimate. Might as well be magic beans.
Mugato: Will it give me powers?
It will give the mentalityto comprehend the simple math of Cubicantipode creation, for at about age 6, yourparents gave your 2 opposite antipode brainsto Big Brother academic hirelings, to clonethought to serve evil singularity brotherhood -destroying Cubic families, villages and tribes.
SpdrJay: I figure that if I'm just patient enough, one will land next to me and that way I get mine for FREE!
dready zim: Seems legit. Now if you`ll excuse me I have some new information that the day has 4 days in it.
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