Humans For Sale

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    >humans for sale

    Woohoo! The slave trade is back!

    j/k

    I am worth 2.5 million US dollars...mwaha
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    Originally posted by *
    Oh yeah, _way_ overinflated.

    If I were to drain the water out of you, any of you, you'd be worth about $15 (US) in chemicals & minerals-- higher if you have gold fillings.

    And, that's probably _high_ for most of you...
    That is like saying that a computer system is worth as much as it would be if it was scrap metal... Do you know how much a kidney is worth these days? One thing as well is that I don't believe we're all about the body either, there is the knowledge, IQ, etc.
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    in a good black market, you can get 10 grand for a good body easily!

    To *, This is EARTH, the 3RD planet From the SUN (it's a star). HUMAN bodies don't worth $15!!! They're worth a lot more!!! I don't know what planet ur from man, but looks like you didn't do enough research b4 u landed here!!! TSK-TSK-TSK
    oh i'm sorry! i didn;t realize my fist was rushing to meet ur face!

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    inflation ?? no i did quite honestly get an 8. yee of little faith.
    why don't you submit your piccie an see what u get !!!!
    By inflation, I actually meant that the scores were a bit high, in my opinion. There were some 7's and 8's on there that definitely did NOT merit the ranking.
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    Originally posted by fyodor

    By inflation, I actually meant that the scores were a bit high, in my opinion. There were some 7's and 8's on there that definitely did NOT merit the ranking.
    oh i see what you mean!! yes thats true, from my vote histogram, i got votes from 1 to 9 !! (shows how opinions vary, but i can't be a 1 , or a 9 tho), with a mean of 5.5......so they must have inflated it to an 8 so people aren't upset !!!

    so i really got about 5.5, and it was a flattering piccie - i'm uglier in real life

    good job women aint too fussy with looks !!
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    if you took out of the empty space in your body, you would ocupy the same space as a tip of a needle.

    You wouldn't be worth jack then.

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    ? Whatever do you mean? I don't think that all the matter we have in our body at its normal density would be equal to that of a needle tip... although if you take it up to say a black hole, then that kind of collapse is sure to happen

    Aran, where did you get this stat?
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    All right, I'll buy DavidP for 2.5 million. I can't wait... I've never had my very own human... I will love him, and play with him and......
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    Originally posted by Aran Elus
    if you took out of the empty space in your body, you would ocupy the same space as a tip of a needle.
    I bet he's right. If you think about it the whole universe really is mostly empty space....
    Last edited by JasonLikesJava; 05-24-2002 at 12:56 PM.
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