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Scoreboard! Or: This Texas Stadium Relic Would Look Great Above Your Bed.

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Seems like we'll never be done with Reunion Arena or Texas Stadium, which is still loaded with shit the city of Irving would love to sell you for pennies on the penny. Like, oh, this scoreboard -- which, believe it or not, can be yours for the low, low price (so far) of ... $25?!?! (Same goes for the Motorola scoreboard, and the Pepsi and Dr Pepper video monitors that once hung from the rafters.) Beats all kinda hell out of the tangle of telephones selling for five bucks. But, I dunno, it's hard to beat the 50 Cowboys coolers for $45. No, wait, here's something: 25,000 Texas Stadium seats for ... $1,050. Perfect for the media room.

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