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May 31, 2005

IT'S ALL STARTING TO COME TOGETHER NOW

The end is very near.

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This is the 43th sign of the apocalypse.

"This is the ultimate collectors item for toast collectors."

I would normally try to say something witty, but in this case, OMGWTFBBQ seems so appropriate.

That piece of toast is worth more than her husband.

Dave, be careful about spending too much time on this 'ebay' thing . . .
;-)

Dave, be careful about spending too much time on this 'ebay' thing . . .
;-)

I wonder if Paris Hilton needs a wedding dress now?

I wonder if Paris Hilton needs a wedding dress now?

Dave,
Pay heed to MKJ. Too much E-bay causes double posting and in some cases blindness.

Hey MJK...be patient with your posting. If it takes too long, just hit stop. Your post will still show up.

TDPP: Okay, I'll try that one again . . .

(the ol' F5 button doesn't fix it anymore *sigh*)

TDPP: Okay, I'll try that one again . . .

(the ol' F5 button doesn't fix it anymore *sigh*)

MJK has been posting here since the beginning of time (well, since the beginning of comments anyway) and knows how to do this. There seems to be a few posters that can't exorcise the double post demon. Slyeyes has a theory, maybe she'll share it with you.

Why did they just show a picture of Britney and not the toast? I am disinclined to buy burnt toast sight unseen.

Thanks for posting that after the bidding has ENDED. I am a toast collector and that would have been the ultimate collector's item.

Interesting to note that it only went for $10.00.

Still, it's disturbing that someone would even be willing to pay that much for it.

D'Artagnan will be very upset when he finds out about this and that he can't buy it - unless of course, he WAS the final bidder!!????

"I have had offers of 500 dollars for this toast"

...so don't let the overwhleming evidence to the contrary fool you!

well, there are some people who shouldnt even be allowed to reproduce. this seller, for one. unfortunately, brittny is another.... it's e-Bay that's dangerous....

You know, sometimes I'm full of myself, but I'm not so full of myself as to believe that God is using my toaster to provide signs.

Harder still to imagine that anyone would pay anything for burnt toast. It really doesn't matter how much peanut butter you put on it, it'll still taste burnt.

queens: what makes you think ebay is dangerous?

MKJ - I see what you mean...potentially dangerous grammar.

"This item you are see my exquisite item,this is museums quality / good artwork."

Peri: I've been posting at this here blogfest for a while myself (I have many aliases...to protect the innocent). Just trying to lend a helping hand when I see fit.

*morphs back into little old lady*

Where I'm from, burnt toast is considered a mistake.

Peri, LOL.

The theory of which Peri speaks is that the server sometimes decides some posts are so good, they need to be doubled.

Of course, I developed that theory after a pesky double-posting day.

I don't hit the post button twice, I've closed out of the window as soon as I post and opened something completely different before returning, and it still happens from time to time. It's random.

The LOL was directed to Peri's comment that didn't show up when I copied it. It was:

I am disinclined to buy burnt toast sight unseen.

Apparently, the server didn't like it.

Sorry, Peri.

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