EDIT: don't click on this hillariously dumb man's invention. Explanation at end of thread.
Originally posted by thebombs12
I tried building one and i question the validity of it. I attempted to build one and it seemed to work. Who has tried it?
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for those of you who don't believe: Immortality Ring (no refferal)
I'll have to see. His stuff is quite pricey. I trying it anyway as an experiment. I don't think I'm gonna pay $25 for two rings.Originally posted by quantumcarl
The only way to prove this "works" is to live forever and study someone wearing the ring. Any volunteers? Its a tough job, unless you're a vampire. \
well this sounds interesting: http://www.thekeep.org/~kunoichi/kunoichi/themestream/rings.htmlOriginally posted by Tyger
They transfer money from the buyer to the seller, that's what they're supposed to do.
i have enough to get the rings. i'll post a follow up on how things "go". i'll be back...Originally posted by Maverick
Egads! Those things are an Insult to real science. So that I might criticize them better, I once read the explanation for them on some Internet site. It was to say the least total nonsense.
....in 110 years?Originally posted by thebombs12
i have enough to get the rings. i'll post a follow up on how things "go". i'll be back...
:-( i dunno. we'll see. i'll keep updating.Originally posted by russ_watters
....in 110 years?
Don't sweat it - I'm a benevolent highlander.Originally posted by The Grimmus
actualy putting one on can be very hazordos...there can only be one highlander
ROFL, proven testimonials ? im sorry if this has been posted, i didnt read it all :POriginally posted by thebombs12
:( hm... any of you guys know people who have something similar? the website "claims" to have been around since 1989 and have many proven testimonials.