[meteorite-list] Re: Beanies and Meteorites

From: John Gwilliam <jkg_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:50:28 2004
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This isn't the first time a meteorite has been sold in a package deal with
a beanie baby on Ebay. Some of you may remember one of our list members
selling a Vaca Muerta specimen along with a beanie baby cow a couple of
years ago. I can't remember who the seller was, but I do remember the
highest bidder.



At 11:50 PM 4/19/02 -0400, Meteoriteman_at_aol.com wrote:
> Beanie Baby's and meteorites...my nine year old collects BOTH! GREAT
>IDEA Mark! Neat!
> ANYTHING that will pique the interest, especially for younsters, is just
> Now granted, my son does not search ebay alone...but he DOES make me show
>him whats on there...and had he saw it, he would have MADE me buy one...even
>though I have several hundred kilo's right here that he gets into
>constantly...not to mention he is after me to get him over to Al and Iris
>Langs, so he can "shake down" Al for some new material! Al takes him back to
>the fossil quarry, and they have a blast!
> Too bad there is not a Eurypterid Beanie...Al and my son would both want
> I think you are "on to something" here!
> Keep up the good work Mark...and hope all is well!
> Best regards; Jake
>Jake Delgaudio
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Received on Sat 20 Apr 2002 02:10:30 PM PDT

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