Now, I know what you're thinking, dear blog reader, "Kyle, what are you thinking? A KISS snowglobe for an afternoon with Alice Cooper? Are you crazy?"
Well, I'm not exactly sure if I'm in a position to plead for my sanity here - after all, I am trying to trade one red paperclip for a house. But I must re-inforce what I believe the one red paperclip project is all about: relative value. What's more important to a man dying of thirst in the desert - one million dollars or a glass of water? So all I gotta do now is find somebody who needs a "drink". (The KISS snowglobe is filled with water - well, a water-ish substance, at least.) What I'm trying to say here is that I strongly believe that one person's trash is another person's treasure. Sure, to you, a KISS snow globe might be worth a lot less than an afternoon with Alice Cooper, but what about somebody who really likes snow globes? I think I'll be able to flip this snow globe for something much bigger and better on my quest to get to that house. What's it going to be? Well, I guess we'll just have to wait and find out how this turns out!
Remember, this isn't just a regular old KISS snowglobe - it's a motorized KISS snowglobe with multi-colored lights, and above all else, a variable speed dial. Yes, you read that right - a variable speed dial.
I know, I know. Variable. So good. Stay tuned. I feel good about this one. And hey, if you want a KISS snowglobe, send me your offer! - Kyle
Wanna see if I traded this snowglobe?
...but why not have a little read
through them comments on this post first?
Here's what happend with the KISS Snowglobe.