What would you do with 12 tons of rock salt? Scratch that—what will you do with 12 tons of rock salt when you purchase it for the eminently reasonable price of $750? Will you season the world's largest steak? Will you dump it into the McCarren Park pool and tell tourists it's the Dead Sea and they're actually in Israel? Will you pour it into that empty vault you've just had lying around forever and dive on in, Scrooge McDuck style? Will you do this?

It doesn't matter! It doesn't matter what you do with it, because you can do anything with it. You can make Salt Angels. You can package it in tiny baggies and distribute them around the city, sending shock waves of panic through the DEA. You can shove piles of it off of roofs and onto the heads of unsuspecting pedestrians. The salt, in case you care about such details, is leftover from an exhibit by Jonathan Schipper at the Williamsburg art gallery Pierogi. It looked like a wonderful exhibit, but it's over now. All that's left is 12 tons of salt.

The owners of the salt note that it is "very clean" and "just needs to be loaded and taken out of the gallery." The price is negotiable.

If you do buy the salt, it is incumbent on you to tell us what you do with it.