The Hendrick’s Gin children’s lunchbox, available exclusively on eBay.
You are bidding on a relic from my incredibly brief career as a soap opera actor.
The winner of the Drive Someone Insane with Postcards auction was kind enough to give me permission to post the cards that went out.
From the Didn’t Expect That department: I found myself standing outside in the freezing dark of rural Poland, chatting on my BlackBerry with NPR’s Linda Wertheimer about the Drive Someone Insane with Postcards auction. I’d forgotten how familiar I was with her voice. Back in the days when I had a car I was a…
The Drive Someone Insane With Postcards auction got some airtime on Glenn Beck’s radio show yesterday. We chatted briefly about the tiny Polish village I’m going to, and I mentioned the auction’s title, which resulted in a rapid increase in visits to eBay. But not too crazy or anything.
And then he put it in his daily newsletter to his fans, and WHUMP.
You are bidding on a rare chance to traumatize a treasured friend or relative with baffling, mind-numbing correspondence from abroad.
It used to be that if you wanted perfectly sliced meats and cheeses you had to go to a restaurant and pay some “professional” to expertly slice them and assemble them in a nice pattern on a plate for you. Not any more.
Some people might ask what good a 14″ Apple iBook with no hard drive and a faulty motherboard is. Those people lack imagination.
It would be my pleasure to sell you the aforementioned apple. No questions. No judgments. Just two consenting adults engaging in a perfectly legal transaction centered around see-through fruit.
WOW! Mint condition partridge in pear tree **NO RESERVE**
It’s Playboy. And it’s in Braille.
The story of the pants heard ’round the world.
There is an explanation.
You are bidding on a SAG/AFTRA Strike 2000 pin, a very historical piece which celebrates both the profession of acting and organized labor’s ability to implode.
Your chance to own a collector’s item.
It’s white because it’s made with white sheep wool. It’s thick, so it’s great for cold weather or Bikram yoga. If you wear it with a pair of Ray Ban tortoise shell sunglasses you’ll look like Mickey Rourke in “A Prayer For The Dying”, a horrible film.
There are many reasons you might wish to purchase the 75-piece set of amazingly heinous gold-plated Versace flatware I’ve recently come to possess through no fault of my own.