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February 23, 2021


Why an Animated Flying Cat With a Pop-Tart Body Sold for Almost $600,000

(Thanks to Le Petomane, who says "My budget can only afford to duct tape a banana to the wall.")


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As if watching eighteen hours of streaming documentaries wasn't painful enough.

Way too much money and not enough (any?) brains.

Makes sense. Using money that doesn't exist to buy art that doesn't exist, either.

Is there an animated flying dog version ? I have a few million I'd like to piss away.


Where does one purchase the room with the lights that blink on and off? I'm asking for a friend.

A friend claims the auctioneer told him that of the $580,000 sale price, the frame accounted for $579,999.

Somehow this MUST be covid related, perhaps to halucinations resulting from high fever?

I think the guy who just set the 'walking on Lego in bare feet' bought it.

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