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#2 Posted on 16.11.04 2326.35 Reposted on: 16.11.11 2327.19
If I had a sandwhich that blessed me in the amount of $70,000, I'd be hard pressed to give it up. Plus, why is the Virgin Mary blessing people with big winnings at a casino? Just seems backwards to me, but oh well.
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#5 Posted on 17.11.04 0850.14 Reposted on: 17.11.11 0855.06
Type "Virgin Mary Grilled Cheese" into the Ebay search bar, and you get a bunch of people who now have their own stuff listed as "NOT Virgin Mary Grilled Cheese". There's also a copy Virgin Mary Grilled Cheese sandwich, with just a happy face drawn on a sandwich.
Since: 2.1.02 From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary.
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#8 Posted on 17.11.04 1607.14 Reposted on: 17.11.11 1607.58
Originally posted by thefrasermanWell now its gone down to 70,000. I wonder if people retracted or what happened.
EBay will retract fake bid. A few people probably pushed the bidding into the millions and the bid will revert back to the price after the first fake.
RE: the "NOT" subject line. That is keyword phishing or keyword spamming. I can't remember what eBay calls it. One can not post what something isn't unless one has good reason. An auction like that is sure to be pulled.
Example. One can not have an auction titled "Toy bike, NOT honda, NOT kawasaki, NOT suzuki, NOT fatboy"
If someone searches for any of those keywords, it will pop up in their search. It can get quite annoying to have a search result of stuff that one is NOT searching for.
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#14 Posted on 21.11.04 0436.22 Reposted on: 21.11.11 0436.32
Originally posted by CRZ
Originally posted by IagoThere was a bite taken out... a bite was taken out of the Virgin Mary! You sacriligious bastard!
More like sacri-LICIOUS
This is yet another one of those "I wish I'D thought of that before they had" situations...maybe I can start cranking out some "bargain" sandwiches in a week.
Hm, Sacrilicious Cafe. Jesus Hotcakes, Virgin Mary Grilled Cheese, Last Supper Lasagna... It COULD work. Though the bigger question is that would this kind of sca- I mean free enterprise, well would this put you on the top of the "To be Smoten" list?
Originally posted by ArticleUntil now, the GoldenPalace was best known for its tattoos on the backs of boxers. But parent company CEO Steve Baker figures the sandwich was worth the price. He said at the bare minimum "we'd all get a laugh and a hoot about it."
Interesting follow-up, just thought I'd share. My apologies for resurrecting the thread (no pun intended).