Wednesday, May 03, 2006


If you're interested in cashing in on the forthcoming Da Vinci Code mania, dust off your PayPal account and get ready to bid. Family Forest is selling its Da Vinci Code kinship reports on eBay.

Opening bid for the entire collection of these 27 Adobe PDF reports is $10,000.

The successful bidder will own the exclusive publishing rights (we’ll remove availability from our site, and redirect visitors to your site) for surprising and thought-provoking Da Vinci Code content that is unavailable anywhere else. [Link]
As it turns out, most of the real people mentioned in The Da Vinci Code are actually related. Of course, most of the real people mentioned in my high-school yearbook are actually related, but no one will pay $10,000 for that information.
Da Vinci Code fans and critics alike will be surprised if not flabbergasted to discover the mystifying and highly interconnected web of generation-by-generation family ties (according to fully sourced recorded history) that actually connects most of the real people in Dan Brown’s phenomenal best-seller “The Da Vinci Code” to each other as relatives. [Link]

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