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Lots of people have paid ridiculous amounts of money for bizarre things discovered on the Internet. Take William Shatner's kidney stone, for example, which sold for $25,000 on eBay in 2006. Or an Illinois-shaped cornflake, which was snapped up for more than $1,300. But a rectangular piece of used cardboard selling for more than $300,000? That seems beyond the point of reason -- even for the wacky world of Internet commerce. Nevertheless, on Tuesday, that's exactly what we discovered after a user on the social news site Reddit published a post entitled "A piece of cardboard on eBay has started a huge bidding war." And what a bidding war it was! By early Tuesday evening, the piece of cardboard -- said to be "shaped a bit like an iPhone 5" -- was selling for about $244,000, and according to CNET, that amount rose to more than $300,000. The item, which was being sold from London, garnered more than 100 bids.
Originally posted by MidnightSunshine
reply to post by kdog1982
Aw I'm sorry no one chit chatted with you kdog1982
Was this for charity or something...
I loved your little photo enhanced sentence. I'm going to figure out how to post pics like that soon. Are you downloading them, or copying somehow?
I like the blue guy, he's cute There is a bluish cashier at my grocery store. Some days she is bluer than others.
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