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February 21, 2004

Bargain of the Day: Passion Nail Pendant

by Feòrag

This bit of cheap metal on a string isn't overpriced at $25 (US) because it's Mel Gibson New Christ Passion Movie Memorabilia. Not that that means it was used in the film, nosiree.

Nail Pendant on 20" leather cord. Nail is 1-7/8" long, and oval tag near clasp engraved with The Passion of the Christ.

Posted in Religious Tat and The Passion of the Christ at 12:49. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:42.
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1: Posted by: Red Wolf | February 26, 2004 5:09 AM

Mark Morford has a good rant on the buckets of tacky merchandising attached to The Passion of The Christ. Interesting to note that the nail pendant is available for half the offered eBay price.

2: Posted by: Feòrag | February 26, 2004 5:14 AM

You know, someone cleverer than me should write a Movable Type plug-in that detects certain phrases, such as Protesting Gibson's Passion Lacks Moral Legitimacy, and adds a link to an appropriatly Good Website.

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