ebay grab bag number one

Our rent is due in ten days, so I figured an eBay auction of some real HIGH quality stuff from my office might help make ends meet. VIDEO of what's in the auction:
CLICK HERE to bid on the auction. The auction ends Fri Jan 27th. It starts at one cent, has no reserve and I will ship it FREE anywhere in the world. Happy bidding, Kyle PS In the video I say that everything up for auction is "junk", and by "junk", I mean "really good". All the stuff in the auction is really, really good, but the CD by Colin Pearson (http://www.colinpearson.com/) is the goodest. Go check out his blog and download all of his music. If we all work hard enough, we can slaughter his monthly bandwidth allowance. He'll like that. Seriously. PPS If you're still reading this, you're definitely a prime candidate for somebody who'll find the following interesting: You see, I've got this sitemeter thingy at the very bottom of the page that tells me all about who comes to this website. You can check it out too. It's really cool, especially the "By Referrals" section. I'm continually amazed at how people end up on this website. Yes Pontiac, that's gonna be a hard one to top.

10 comments:

Snailians said...

i heard you one the radio the other day. i liked you to my blog. link me. www.sailians.blogspot.com

AM said...

I just (re)discovered you blog and I know the house that would fit your needs perfectly: it's a "red paperclip house" in Mexico, try to get this one.

http://www.arcspace.com/architects/rojkind/caspr34/caspr34.html

Good luck

Colin said...

you rock my corn flakes alarm clock Mac-D!

hannah said...

rockin'

Chaz said...

Hey man Can I use your video and auction as an example on my webiste??

Peace, Chaz

www.chazdavis.blogspot.com

L.Bo Marie said...

no joke.. I check my site meter at least 4 times a day... obsessive... YES.
I've even started writing random phrases hoping I'll get hits thru google... and yes, it's working

Jill said...

Such a strange concept. You want to trade that truck for an outhouse? Cause I have one. It's a quaint fixer upper.

Palette said...

The French are in love with paperclips. They call them trombones and often they are very official looking, rarely circular like North American paperclips, but thinner and more squarish. Also apprently some middle school in the Apalachian Mountains strung together 6 million in order to understand the magnitude of the Holocaust. But I don't think any of them were red.

Air Time said...

I somehow clicked over here through my site meter. Just wanted to tell you I think the video ebay thing is awesome.

Lotte said...

i won a red paperclip for coming first in history, so when I saw your blog it made me slightly proud.
Thank you.