An occasional visit to eBay and one never knows what one may find. I'll often check to see if somebody else has some old artifact that I've been hoarding for years, and almost always, they do. Nothing unique under the sun for sure.
I'm a huge fan of eBay. I can find items from my childhood, get parts for something I'm fixing or import items we don't have available in America all in one place. Although eBay has changed the landscape on how we bid in auctions and, in some cases, changed the value of rare items like baseball cards and antiques, there are hundreds of thousands of eBay listings that nobody buys all because someon
The video itself isn’t all that great, but the story behind it is pretty funny.
The guy in the video uses his YouTube account normally to show off the antiques he sells on eBay. What he didn’t realize is he has about 300 subscribers to his YouTube account.
Hilarity ensued when he made a very private video intended for just one person.
The Super Nintendo is one of my most favorite video game systems of all time. When someone told me that there was someone trying to sell every game ever released in the United States on eBay, I had to check it out for myself.
Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe returned home to the States after spending five long weeks in a Czech Republic prison, but his legal battle is just getting started. With manslaughter charges still looming from a 2010 concert incident, Blythe will likely have to return to Prague to stand trial and as the battle rages on, Blythe’s legal bills continue to build.
A rare test pressing of Green Day‘s 1990 debut album ’39/Smooth’ sold on eBay last week for $1,336.99. The record proved to be a popular item on the online auction site, where it garnered 21 bids over the course of a week.