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Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by JeffD, Oct 11, 2005.
Gotta love those Ebay folks....
So over the years I have been pouring a fortune down the drain.
Actually those are Google sponser links that just insert your search text. Try some other words, it will provide hours of amusment!
Google always puts that "shop for new or used" tag on ebay and some other advertizing links.
Notice that unblinkingeye.com's article on appreciating Rodinal is the top ranked page for "rodinal". We need to start talking about Rodinal more here and steal that first spot for APUG.
Yes, I am aware of that. Usually, their adds are just silly. I had to post this screenshot because it was downright absurd!
What's the world coming to? Next thing ya know it'll be new & used toilet paper!
I didn't we could possibly talk more about Rodinal. Perhaps a section with cocktail recipes from Morten.
Apparently, ebay thinks I should "buy it, sell it, love it", are interested in selling me new and used toenails and they have a "big selection" of snot...
I think I just found another way to amuse myself for hours...
Not used, but... I might have to buy friom these guys, at least once.
After seeing that ad come up for everything that I searched for, one time I figured I'd search on the term "Dog Poop" just to stump it.
The laugh was on me. When I clicked on the Google "Dog Poop Sale" link it produced several Ebay auctions selling phoney novelty dog poop.
I've been told, (no verification) that they sell shellacked moose turds as novelty items in Alaska..
Maybe we will buy anything.
The Sh.. Begone is good.
Ya, I usually have a bunch of used Rodinal after I have a big cup of java LOL.
Well at least he`s not trying to sell used oats from the farm!
They do sell shellacked moose droppings in Alaksa, i've seen it. You can also buy "oil spill in a bottle."
My grandfather used to sell shellacked deer droppings at is bar in northern Michigan. He called them deer drop necklaces, earings, you name it. The messed up thing was people bought them.
It used to be that if you input "Ed is the Man" into google, the first link that came up said, "You're brilliant! Google is hiring" with a link to the google jobs listings.
It just so happend that one of the guys who set up the ads was named "Ed".
Good trombone player, that Ed.
There used to be plenty where that Rodinal came from. See: http://www.dvorak.org/blog/?p=1445
Google must have cleaned up a bit.
Same here in Sweden: