So I am looking through some of the selection in different antique catergories and I discover an auction with an item that looks a lot like "Ivory" However it is described in the auction title and body as "Ox Bone" So I look up OX Bone in completed items to discover over 19,000+ items listed as OX Bone. A very large percentage of the several pages I scrolled through had many items that looked a lot like ivory. Now I am no expert at much of anything (well, there is sarcasm) but I am pretty sure there are a lot of folks not being 100% honest in the descriptions there.... So I guess eBay is going to thumb their nose at the international/intergalactic/interuniversal Ivory Ban in all known countries, planets, solar systems and galaxies by calling it OX Bone? However, you get caught trying to sneak in something really dangerous like a cap gun or an antique railroad lock and you are busted ! Things that make you go __________ (insert monsyllabic response)
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