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These Instructions are within reach of your average 8 year old, or an eventual medieval time crook.

1) Take a bas-relief in gypsum or plaster
2) Cover with humid linen cloth to espouse all contours
3) Swab with gelatin and ferrous oxide (both used by medieval painters)
4) Add a few vermilion drips to represent blod
5) Let it dry
6) Spread the linen cloth

Sell on e-bay, in pieces, as the Shroud of Turin.

<font size = 1>Don't be a rat. A portion of the proceeds from these sales should be given to Frank to buy faster hardware and increase the pipe for this site.</font>

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I'm wondering if you could make more with carbon-dating test results (faked of course) ? On one hand it would be more convincing, thus worth more, to some, but these "tests" are known to be flawed as everyone knows all organic material on earth is only 5000 years old.

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I recently had an ingrown toenail removed. It was a new procedure in which the doctor removed the sides of the nail and applied a chemical that is supposed to permanantly stunt its growth on the sides. As the old nail is slowly giving away to the new one, it appears to have taken on the likeness of St. Telesphorus, Bishop of Rome from 125 to 136 ad. Do you think this would bring in enough money for me to purchase the Micheal Jackson toast?

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I'm wondering if you could make more with carbon-dating test results (faked of course) ? On one hand it would be more convincing, thus worth more, to some, but these "tests" are known to be flawed as everyone knows all organic material on earth is only 5000 years old.
What should the carbon dating result show, close to 2000 years as it should, or late 13th early 14th century as the flawed tests have concluded?

Although, as long as people are, as I, willing to buy length improvement balms from kvining, we should be able to make decent money regardless of C14 levels.

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I recently had an ingrown toenail removed. It was a new procedure in which the doctor removed the sides of the nail and applied a chemical that is supposed to permanantly stunt its growth on the sides. As the old nail is slowly giving away to the new one, it appears to have taken on the likeness of St. Telesphorus, Bishop of Rome from 125 to 136 ad. Do you think this would bring in enough money for me to purchase the Micheal Jackson toast?
You might be able to get <a href = "http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=1467&item=55893087 38&rd=1&ssPageName=WDVW" target="_blank">Eva Longoria's used piece of chewing gum!</a>

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