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    Re: Would You Buy a Rock?... from the Matterhorn

    Personally I wouldn't but considering there are like 200 people on the bidders list for the 50 they have available... some body wants them. I wanted the entry sign when they sold it. Only I didn't have the thousands of dollars it went for handy. I also would have bought one of the keel boats when they sold that if I could of figured out (a) where to come up with the money (b) How the heck to get it to my house and (c) what the heck to do with it when I got it here. Would of made a great gazabo I guess....




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    Re: Would You Buy a Rock?... from the Matterhorn

    I think it's fun to see some Disneyland memorabilia for sale... though things like Keel Boats can be a little melancholy. Chunks of discard concrete from a Matterhorn remodel, though, are just craven. What's next? Genuine Disneyland cigarette butts? Authentic dirty oil from Walt's Firetruck? Certified Main Street Trolley horse droppings? There's sometimes a fine line between souveniers and trash. These chunks of broken concrete, I think, cross that line. (Even in their official boxes.)
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    Re: Would You Buy a Rock?... from the Matterhorn

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Chaney
    I think it's fun to see some Disneyland memorabilia for sale... though things like Keel Boats can be a little melancholy. Chunks of discard concrete from a Matterhorn remodel, though, are just craven. What's next? Genuine Disneyland cigarette butts? Authentic dirty oil from Walt's Firetruck? Certified Main Street Trolley horse droppings? There's sometimes a fine line between souveniers and trash. These chunks of broken concrete, I think, cross that line. (Even in their official boxes.)
    Agree with everything but the horse droppings. Their worth some money if you use them in your garden.


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    Re: Would You Buy a Rock?... from the Matterhorn

    Well, that's one way to get rid of rubble...
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    Re: Would You Buy a Rock?... from the Matterhorn

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Chaney
    I think it's fun to see some Disneyland memorabilia for sale... though things like Keel Boats can be a little melancholy. Chunks of discard concrete from a Matterhorn remodel, though, are just craven. What's next? Genuine Disneyland cigarette butts? Authentic dirty oil from Walt's Firetruck? Certified Main Street Trolley horse droppings? There's sometimes a fine line between souveniers and trash. These chunks of broken concrete, I think, cross that line. (Even in their official boxes.)
    Oh good going... now youve given them ideas they dont need.

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    To keep it on topic, I totally agree with you. Though I wanna know why they didnt try and shape them into Mickeys at least.
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    Re: Would You Buy a Rock?... from the Matterhorn

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickeymus Prime
    ...I wanna know why they didnt try and shape them into Mickeys at least.
    There ya go... or little Matterhorns. Then they'd have some value maybe.
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