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GoldenPalace.com Invests in Time-Travel through eBay Auction
No longer limited to the realm of science fiction, a real, live (albeit non-functioning) time machine was auctioned off on eBay. While remodeling his bathroom, a home owner discovered the machine hidden under the house in an old, rotting wooden chest along with photos and letters that may be related to it and its past owner.
The machine, according to a metal plate affixed to its front, was built in the year 2239 and apparently sustained some damage from what appears to have been a fire. This unfortunate accident caused the previous owner to be trapped in the past. "Trapped" might be the wrong word when you consider that he appears to be "trapped" in Southern California where he made friends (maybe fellow time-travelers?) and found a girlfriend.
Fortunately for GoldenPalace.com (and perhaps the world), the man who recently re-discovered the time-machine failed to get it to work (even after getting his buddy, who worked on cars, to take a look at it). A time-machine that doesn't work is of no interest to its present owner other than a means of getting "a little extra money".
Although it might be one of the most important discoveries of all time, this incredible item was put up for auction so that the owner could finish remodeling his bathroom.
What plans does the Online Casino have for this item? Will they be able to get it going? Will GoldenPalace.com go to the past to avoid some of its less worthwhile eBay buys? Only the future will tell.
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On September 15th, 2005 at 6:42 PM nic said:
if i had that thing... i would go back in time and buy it before golden palace did.
On September 16th, 2005 at 9:39 PM Wilbur said:
GP, for your own good, I'm advising you to sell this machine without delay. Nobody is telling you this, but they are now afraid to play in your casino. I don't gamble, so I will divulge the secret: EVERYBODYThey're afraid that if they win $1,000,000, you will simply pay someone a couple thousand bucks to repair the machine, and then you will go back in time to before they won the $1,000,000 and refuse to let them into your casino...
On September 30th, 2005 at 3:04 PM by a person said:
I also wish i had that thing, it's amazing
On March 03rd, 2006 at 4:52 PM concerned citizen said:
I could actually suggest a good psychiatrist if anyone is interested?
On April 28th, 2006 at 8:54 PM Levon said:
I wish i found that in MY house
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