five fave offers for the cube van

My five fave offers for the cube van, in no particular order: -I will give you a trailor house it is 80x20 feet it is a 2000 model the interior is pretty nice it has a blue kitchen with dishwasher it still is on wheels so you can move it. -I believe I have an offer that several people might be interested in. Do you sing in the shower? Chances are that if you do, you have once dreamed of being a famous musician. Unfortunately, not everyone gets the chance to be a rock star, only a handful of people actually have the opportunity to get into the spotlight. This is your chance to be in that spotlight. I am currently working on the audio for a movie to be filmed in Alberta this spring (www.sixreasonswhy.com), the only problem is that a lot of our equipment will have to make it's way from Ontario to Alberta and then back. It would be a lot less expensive to drive myself and the equipment in say a cube van, than it would be to have it shipped. For this cube van I am offering a recording contract. I will record and produce an entire album worth of material at MetalWorks Studios in Mississauga, Ontario (www.metalworksstudios.com) a professional recording studio, the best in Canada. I will have it professionally mixed, mastered, and pressed, ready for HMV. Most importantly, I will then take your album to Sony-BMG and pitch it to the executives through my contacts in the industry. And finally, since you have agreed to take trades internationally, I will throw in airfare and hotel accommodations if necessary. Personally, I can't wait until you get that house. Let me know what you think, this is a serious opportunity that would normally only be available to professional artists and usually costs record labels a lot of money. Not only that, but it just might be the break somebody was waiting for and it was all because of this web site. -i have a 4 bedroom house in newfoundland canada lot ruffly 60 x 200 would be interestd in trade for the cube van. the house about 400feet fro the ocean i wesleyville township north east side with view of ocean. It neds some work like roof and re drywall in side to live in it but if you interested i would trade. i don't need it i just bought another house in ontario. -Hey Kyle, Cool story. How far would you really go for your home? Out of town? Out of state? Out of the country? Out of the continent? Will you come to the Middle East? I am an American, moved to Israel a few years ago. Through different channels, I now own a small apartment. It's a nice place, about 7 minutes bike from the city (Tel Aviv, that is....). Would you move to Israel for a free home? Yours, scott free. it's a cute little studio in a small town, not far from Tel Aviv. Good neighborhood. Needs a bit of minor repair work. Due to certain clauses, I can't sell it. Or at least not without having to pay more money than I'd be making off the sale. I could live in it, but as I plan to sudy in the northern region of Israel (the IIT, in Haifa), I would really like to live in the dorms and if I own my own apartment, my chance of gettting a dorm would shrink drastically. I can give it away. It would be yours - your name on the title deed. You'd pay property taxes, water and electric bills. -Dream Maritime Getaway (Discover our secret) Airfare for two (From anywhere in North America) 5 Days 4 Nights (One of a kind, Beautiful Waterfront house...private patio touching the ocean), Historic St Andrews, New Brunswick http://www.standrewsnb.ca/ Included: -Guided Whale Watching tour on the beautiful bay of fundy -Overnight Trip in a Chauffeured Hummer to Saint John including accommodations in a Model Suite in an Exclusive Downtown Executive Loft. (www.grannanhospitalitygroup.com www.saintjohnalehouse.com) The day trip will include a guided excursion through the majestic Saint John River system aboard fresh water Kayaks. Dinner for two at your choice of the following restaurants...Grannans Seafood Restaurant, Steamers Lobster company, Saint John Ale House. Finishing the night in a premier night club on the waterfront in Saint John at Cougars Lounge, featuring VIP treatment including cover charge, coat check and complementary drinks. The remainder of the trip will include opportunities of relaxing days breathing in the fresh sea air and complimentary golfing in the premier Algonquin Golf Resort as well as small town shopping and fresh Atlantic lobster dinners!Trip Value $12,000 Understanding many offers come through, we would appreciate a response if you are interested as many of these options are time sensitive.

25 comments:

greywulf said...

Wow. Just....... wow!

I suggest you ask for pictures of the house in Newfoundland and the apartment in Tel Aviv.

Heck, /I'm/ interested in the apartment in Tel Aviv :)

Jonny Chance said...

Go for the recording contract!

Arden said...

Dude. Go with #2. That would make someone very, very happy.

patcheswfb said...

i would go with the recording contract. thats a hefty deal!

Anonymous said...

Definitely the recording contract. Although a nice apartment in Tel Aviv would be great to have...sigh...decisions decisions...But, I'd have to say that there are more people onthe planet who want to be rock stars than who want a small apartment in Tel Aviv.

StingIndigo said...

LOL... Oh my God. what a dilemma.

Well if i were you, i'd do the same than the other guys, i'd go for the recording contract. In fact, i love music, and i write songlyrics and poems, but i don't know how to play intruments so i do my compositions imagining tunes on my head.

Well, unfortunately i am not you, kyle, and even if i get the record deal, it wont be for me... it'll be for another one with the chance to trade anything that could be worth the record contract...

In a second and quick thought... there are (i think) lots of people who wants a house to live in....not necessarily in Israel, but at least in America.

Mmmm...i think that the record deal would give more temptation to the people to offer things for it... even they'd offer money and with that money you could "buy" another thing to keep the trading spirit on and on until you get the house... and maybe save some of that money to prevent any problem that could happen.

Saludos From Mexico Kyle. xD And Muchas Gracias to you.

StingIndigo

Anonymous said...

Kyle, you are getting some amazing offers!! The house in Newfoundland and the recording contract are fantastic. I'd be a litte concerned as to the apt in Tel Aviv, the Middle East is a rather rough spot for Americans these days so it might hinder some people from posting offers to you (just a thought).....Anywho, best wishes to you my friend, this has been one helluva journey that I've been following you on!

devin tomaney said...

i'd go for the recording contract too. everything else sounds a little more sketchy and a little less good.

sara_keenan said...

I would go for the house in Canada although moving abroad would be quite cool!

good luck with your trades!!!

love sara x

Anonymous said...

go for the recording contract thats wort big money.....i would pay you for it!!

Anonymous said...

Hey man, Ive been following your story and have been reading your web page regularly. I say go with the recording contract. Its your kind of trade, by that I mean unexpected. Good luck.

Anonymous said...

Tel-Aviv the most hectic lively city in the world, no one ever sleeps there, all the resteraunts, coffee shops, bars, pubs are full all week all day all night... people don't sleep there...

glogo said...

Hi Kyle,
have been following your story. would suggest to you to make a choice and move promptly. otherwise the energy will wind down. besides, it only remains of interest if the story is showing development (of any kind).
regarding the trade, what happened to the WWI plane? and why not shoot for something bigger than a house. in your shoes I would be tempted to go for a plane and trade up to a lear jet.
greetings from india.

Ivan Dubois from quebec said...

Hey good job kyle! you should really take the contract then trade it for a good house. not that those alreadyoffered aren't good but you can always have more. Obviously some kind of wanabe singer will trader his or her house for a shot at being a star, i mean who would'nt want to be a star? anyways if you dont want the contracts well you should take the Newfoundland house and trade it for a better house. trade the better house for an even better house an so on until you get an appartment building then trade for better things until you own a city...the list continues and you can stop at anytime but if you dont you'll end up very rich wich is a good thing...

Anonymous said...

go for the trailer house or the house in Newfoundland (may cost a lot to fix it up)!
I'd do the trailer house and keep trading.
-Kimberly

k.j. lemesurier said...

newfy or not a house is a house, you did it man, a house for a paper clip, thats cool

Joel said...

I would go with the recording contract. It's just the kind of thing my rock band (A Sheep at the Wheel) would be interested in. I'm not sure what we could trade for it though... I don't think any of us have any spare houses lying around. :)

Shwadinger said...

To be completely honest, the newfoundland house doesn't sound that great. Yeah, a house for a paperclip is good, but really... you have to re-do the drywalling and roof to live in it?

You've got someone offering you an apartment in Tel Aviv (which is a nice place, when there isn't gunfire and such), and that would be good too, but it all depends on how international you want to be and how you feel about the situation in the Middle East.

To be honest, the recording contract sounds exactly like the kind of trade that this blog represents - something unorthodox, unexpected and surprisingly valuable. There are people who would trade more than one house for that recording contract.

So, the way I sees it, you can either take the easy way out (Tel Aviv/Newfoundland) or keep the dream going and shooting for the moon. You may end up getting something better than a house.

Tim said...

The recording contract is the most impressive trade to make so far. I am sure that when it comes to getting a house at the end of your journey, repairs and extreme long distance removal to another country are not a very good deal. Just make sure you geet everything in writing (and notarizing isn't to bad of an idea either).

Ian said...

The apartment in Tel Aviv sounds awesome, although you have to check out the legal implications of owning property as a non-citizen. Many countries are very restrictive.

Way to go on your trades. The curse of Yahk is lifted.

Anonymous said...

The trailer is probably your easiest jump to another level.
Can you sing?
A recoeding contract is no good unless you have talent to start with.
The apartment idea sucks unless you want to get kidnapped.
The house in Nefie land sounds intresting.

Anonymous said...

take the house trailer, Good job man red

Anonymous said...

Good job Kyle, Take the house trailer

Anonymous said...

Hey, I've been following this site for a while. Very interesting, all of this started by one little paper clip!

I'd defiantly go for either the house in Canada or the record deal. The house, because, well, thats what you were going for, right?
And the record deal because you would defiantly get some good offers for that. Good luck with this, i hope you get a house soon! :)

ToXlab said...

My vote is for the record deal. Get famous before you get your house.

I'd buy a copy of "One Red Paperclip: The musical."