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by Tim Lee on June 17, 2007 · 8 comments
I haven’t been able to think of a policy angle to the spat (via Matthew Ingram) between Google and eBay, but this is just too funny to pass up.
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Also for sale on eBay…
lols.. this is far too funny. may be, its only a matter of time they sell it :pCeltic jewellery
loli also saw someone trying to sell a dorito in the shape of the virgin mary, i think it sold for like 3k dollars!!
I think the “Celestial” marriage, as this eternal marriage is often called, is essential for Mormon women…. But am not conform in this..celtic rings
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