Should we be impressed, sad, disgusted, shocked, or not surprised at all? At a minimum I think this shows some creativity, similar to Kyle MacDonald‘s “one red paperclip” scheme. I do think this is sad as well, however, but another example of commercialism in the web 2.0 world.
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