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(Some Guy)   "What a fitting end to your life's pursuits. You're about to become a permanent addition to this archaeological find. Who knows? In a thousand years, even you may be worth something"   (gunbroker.com) divider line
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2021-06-06 6:23:33 PM  
bury yourself like an egyptian mummy just to screw with future archeologists.
 
2021-06-06 6:27:12 PM  
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2021-06-06 7:39:21 PM  
Starting bid 5 million dollars. His Raiders fedora sold for $500,000.

So, I'll pass.
 
2021-06-06 8:00:09 PM  

Sweet Bucky: Starting bid 5 million dollars. His Raiders fedora sold for $500,000. So, I'll pass.


If I was a billionaire, I'd buy it. Of course there are probably like a dozen of them.
 
2021-06-06 8:20:23 PM  
I don't have that much cash. Can I trade you a box of amusingly-shaped chicken nuggets?
 
2021-06-06 8:38:57 PM  
$5M to not even be able to shoot Nazis?  Ehh.
 
2021-06-06 8:52:17 PM  
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Doc Holiday's Derringer
 
2021-06-06 9:20:27 PM  
Congratulations on your overthruster.  In the miserable annals of Earth, my you be duely enshrined.
 
2021-06-06 9:30:34 PM  
I remember in college an anthropology major insisted he be buried with whiskey (or maybe vodak.  Something that would last).  Since he was a Jew (no grave goods allowed under Judiasm), it wasn't for his afterlife.  It was a professional courtesy to the archaeologist digging him up.

/I think he may have been on too many 18th century US digs
//have you any idea how much the US/American Colony population drank in those days?
///digging up bottles and shards left and right, and never a drop to drink
 
2021-06-06 9:43:32 PM  
I'd rather have this prop.
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2021-06-06 9:47:08 PM  

Sweet Bucky: Starting bid 5 million dollars. His Raiders fedora sold for $500,000.

So, I'll pass.


Yeah. That site is labeled weird. It should be $5 mil reserve. Regardless, waaaaaay too high.
 
2021-06-06 10:14:07 PM  
That's not a serious attempt to sell it, that's a cheap ad saying it's on the market.

Lee Harvey Oswald's Carcano probably wouldn't bring that if his trigger finger was included.
 
2021-06-06 10:42:42 PM  
I can give you tree fitty.
 
2021-06-06 11:18:40 PM  

baron von doodle: Sweet Bucky: Starting bid 5 million dollars. His Raiders fedora sold for $500,000.

So, I'll pass.

Yeah. That site is labeled weird. It should be $5 mil reserve. Regardless, waaaaaay too high.


If the far more important fedora went for a half million the gun that was used in one famous scene when Ford was sick might fetch $100k. Maybe. The only thing that might go for more than the hat would be the whip.
 
2021-06-06 11:27:12 PM  

Trik: I'd rather have this prop.
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I'd rather have the Impala.
 
2021-06-06 11:41:34 PM  
I think this is my Weeners I have ever made and I've been on this site since 2006. This thread has been up for 5 hours and not one person has mentioned that this BELONGS IN A MUSEUM.
 
2021-06-07 1:38:15 AM  

cmc3bear: I think this is my Weeners I have ever made and I've been on this site since 2006. This thread has been up for 5 hours and not one person has mentioned that this BELONGS IN A MUSEUM.


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2021-06-07 3:06:31 AM  

baron von doodle: Sweet Bucky: Starting bid 5 million dollars. His Raiders fedora sold for $500,000.

So, I'll pass.

Yeah. That site is labeled weird. It should be $5 mil reserve. Regardless, waaaaaay too high.


Yeah, Han Solo's blaster sold for like $550,000, I'd expect this couldn't be worth much more than that.

I wonder if Adam Savage will bid on this, he's a huge fan, and loves collecting props and prop replicas.
 
2021-06-07 3:17:11 AM  
Indiana Jones 5 - Please Don't
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2021-06-07 4:17:27 AM  

yet_another_wumpus: (no grave goods allowed under Judiasm)


I've never heard that before. I buried my Jewish father with a Terry Pratchett book. No one said anything to me about it then. Not that it would have changed my mind. He deserved a chance to finish re-reading it.
 
2021-06-07 10:55:27 AM  

cmc3bear: I think this is my Weeners I have ever made and I've been on this site since 2006. This thread has been up for 5 hours and not one person has mentioned that this BELONGS IN A MUSEUM.


Yeah, I came close to using that one. Only article I've
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attempted to put up, and I was trying to avoid the low hanging fruit.
 
2021-06-07 12:04:35 PM  

pheelix: Trik: I'd rather have this prop.
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I'd rather have the Impala.


They had at least 100 of them over the course of the show.
From what I saw / read most of them barely ran.
Like the one from the episode where they got swapped into another universe where they were the actors on the Supernatural show. Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki got the picks of the litter when the show ended.
 
2021-06-07 1:19:49 PM  

Gordon Bennett: yet_another_wumpus: (no grave goods allowed under Judiasm)

I've never heard that before. I buried my Jewish father with a Terry Pratchett book. No one said anything to me about it then. Not that it would have changed my mind. He deserved a chance to finish re-reading it.


That crew was all Conservative Jews (and it was mentioned a few times, although mainly in the context of a few of their archaeological studies: easy paper: Jewish grave goods.  Turn in blank sheet), I've never heard it mentioned by reformed Jews (although without anyone studying those things, how would it come up?).

I remember a family member wishing she dropped a deck of cards in the casket of a great aunt (Lutheran). That would never fly with my grandmother on my father's side (Presbyterian, although granddad was an atheist), one time my parents were visiting and she had to hide were they were playing bridge (on Sunday), as the pastor was expected to drop by.
 
2021-06-07 1:41:59 PM  

Jeff5: That's not a serious attempt to sell it, that's a cheap ad saying it's on the market.

Lee Harvey Oswald's Carcano probably wouldn't bring that if his trigger finger was included.


Who wouldn't want to buy an unused gun?
 
2021-06-07 2:39:55 PM  

Sweet Bucky: Starting bid 5 million dollars. His Raiders fedora sold for $500,000.

So, I'll pass.


Yeah, but did you see that there was free shipping?
 
2021-06-07 3:33:46 PM  

madgonad: baron von doodle: Sweet Bucky: Starting bid 5 million dollars. His Raiders fedora sold for $500,000.

So, I'll pass.

Yeah. That site is labeled weird. It should be $5 mil reserve. Regardless, waaaaaay too high.

If the far more important fedora went for a half million the gun that was used in one famous scene when Ford was sick might fetch $100k. Maybe. The only thing that might go for more than the hat would be the whip.


Umm.

Tossed in to his luggage when he declares You know how careful I am. It is also presumably the gun used in the bar shootout. So I expect that gun to be LOUD (we used to laugh that that gun fight might have the loudest gunshots in any movie scene). not worth 5 million but the gun shows up in that movie a good amount
 
2021-06-07 5:46:08 PM  
(Checks price)

Oh, what the hell.  Gimme two.
 
2021-06-07 9:30:15 PM  

Sweet Bucky: Starting bid 5 million dollars. His Raiders fedora sold for $500,000.

So, I'll pass.


I'm saving my money for the NFT.
 
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