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    The record price at auction was established this week for a statue. Someone should be able to post a picture. Its about 6 feet tall and i wouldnt pay $500 for it. The buyer was not named, but rumour has it that Dez purchased the item and will be displaying it at the next Bash. This is not a joke, 104 million for a statue!

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    Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

    Originally posted by general counsel View Post
    The record price at auction was established this week for a statue. Someone should be able to post a picture. Its about 6 feet tall and i wouldnt pay $500 for it. The buyer was not named, but rumour has it that Dez purchased the item and will be displaying it at the next Bash. This is not a joke, 104 million for a statue!

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    Statue of what?
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      Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

      Its a statue of a man. Tall skinny thing.

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        Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

        See if this works...

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          Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

          THanks nick. Thats the statue. Does anyone out there think it looks like its worth 104 million?

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            Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

            Who is it Manute Bol?
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              Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

              Especially at this time where people are starvig and homeless, WTF?!
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                Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

                Originally posted by JPPT1974 View Post
                Especially at this time where people are starvig and homeless, WTF?!
                Obviously the statue isn't homeless anymore as someone laid out the big bucks to buy him. He has certainly been starving though.
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                • #9
                  Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

                  Ok. I'm dropping out of school. If someone can make a killing off of that, I sure as hell don't need a degree. haha

                  Nice work of art though.

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                    Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

                    GC, what culture made this? And how old is it?
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                    • #11
                      Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

                      Cast in bronze in 1961 by Albert Giacometti, who was swiss-italian. Its called Walking Man. Seller was a german bank.

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                        Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

                        I guess I'm not edumacated enough to understood this.

                        There is so much one can do with 104 million doll hairs.

                        Why would you buy an ugly statue? Why humanity? Why?

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                          Re: $104 million paid for a statue this week

                          wHY THE hELL WOULD someone pay 104 mill for that pos? wow people are retarded... if artists can make crap like that and get paid that much then i need to change my line of work..

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