The Expelled auction is over

Someone, not yet identified, paid $201,000 for that piece of crap. It wasn't the Talk Origins Archive Foundation, either; they had nowhere near that sum to spend, nor would it have been worthwhile to cough up that much cash.

I'm hoping some creationist organization just got fleeced.

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