Is this a con?

  onionskin 23:50 15 Aug 10
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Found this on eBay -
click here

I'm a bit suspicious, I don't believe there's any such place as Magic City. Has anybody purchased one?

  Forum Editor 00:20 16 Aug 10

there are thunders and lightening out doors,
as if the sky is saying, "Human are not suppose to know this device."

That should tell you all you need to know.

  onionskin 00:25 16 Aug 10

I thought it were to goods to be true. Do you know where I can get a cheap flux-capacitor?

  wiz-king 05:42 16 Aug 10

Of course magic city exists - click here

  Kevscar1 06:35 16 Aug 10

wiz-king
there are 3 2 in Idaho 1 in texas, check google earth

  morddwyd 07:48 16 Aug 10

"because if the inventor pass away by any reason,

then we will not be ale to sell these machines again. "

Don't they know the reason why the inventor pass away?

If I had a time machine that's the first thing I'd check on!

I'll bet people still bid on it though!

  wiz-king 08:32 16 Aug 10

Here you are click here it wont work of course - if it did it would not be a real one.

  wiz-king 08:36 16 Aug 10

Only 3? Someone must have waved their wand some more click here

  Chris the Ancient 08:41 16 Aug 10

Looks rather like a cardboard box (you can see the flaps) coloured gold and photographed in an appealing manner.

BTW, will it guide the way to the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow as well?

  onthelimit 09:01 16 Aug 10

I really think you should get out more!

  Why wont it work 14:24 16 Aug 10

Excellent, I will purchase one immediately!

I'm guaranteed to get full marks my thesis now...

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