An anonymous buyer spent $10,000 on 20-year-old ‘McJordan’ barbeque sauce

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An anonymous buyer spent $10,000 on 20-year-old ‘McJordan’ barbeque sauce

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Go figure! It's amazing what people will pay for things that grab them. Unlike the seller, I would never have anticipated the potential future value of an obsolete jug of BBQ sauce. Good for him though for having the foresight and congratulations to the buyer for his successful bid. I don't even remember the "McJordan Burgers"! :thinking:

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An anonymous buyer spent $10,000 on 20-year-old ‘McJordan’ barbeque sauce

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And that's what is wrong with america today.



That idiot couldn't think of anything better to do with that much money?



Let's help them out...



Remodel my kitchen.

Nice little car.

Local food pantry.

Presidential Campaign contribution..:sneaky:

Family vacation in a motel that changes sheets.

Privacy fence to block the annoying neighbors..:wah:
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An anonymous buyer spent $10,000 on 20-year-old ‘McJordan’ barbeque sauce

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Sock it away toward retirement...
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An anonymous buyer spent $10,000 on 20-year-old ‘McJordan’ barbeque sauce

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flopstock;1408384 wrote: And that's what is wrong with america today.



That idiot couldn't think of anything better to do with that much money?



Let's help them out...



Remodel my kitchen.

Nice little car.

Local food pantry.

Presidential Campaign contribution..:sneaky:

Family vacation in a motel that changes sheets.

Privacy fence to block the annoying neighbors..:wah:
The neighbors might be willing to chip in..:sneaky::wah:
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An anonymous buyer spent $10,000 on 20-year-old ‘McJordan’ barbeque sauce

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tabby;1408376 wrote: Go figure! It's amazing what people will pay for things that grab them. Unlike the seller, I would never have anticipated the potential future value of an obsolete jug of BBQ sauce. Good for him though for having the foresight and congratulations to the buyer for his successful bid. I don't even remember the "McJordan Burgers"! :thinking:

An anonymous buyer spent $10,000 on 20-year-old ‘McJordan’ barbecue sauce | NBA | Sports | National Post My instinct tells me this being was either a male or animals have broken through the barrier of inductive reasoning in their attempt to get their claws on some BBQ sauce

Anyway,..I doubt very much this person thought of it as spending $10,000 any more than you'd thought about the economical consequences of placing a penny in cup next to a cash register.
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An anonymous buyer spent $10,000 on 20-year-old ‘McJordan’ barbeque sauce

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Here's some more......



The 10 Most Outrageous Purchases Rich People Bought In August - Business Insider



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Obviously, SOME people have the money. :wah:
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