New York Times of 21st January

Did you save the newspaper of 21st January 2009? This was the day that Obama became President of the United States. If you did not saved a mint condition newspaper of this historical day, no sweat, you can still buy these on eBay!

I bought two mint condition issues of 21st January of The New York Times. And while the NYtimes is selling these for over $25 a piece, I managed to get two for only $5.06.


So what shall I do with the one I have double?


Unopened Case of Michael Phelps Kellogg’s Corn Cereal

Anybody want to buy my Unopened Case of Michael Phelps Kellogg's Corn Flakes box? Oh did I say these are in MINT condition!


Poor Michael, he was the hero, now he is coming across as the looser. If only the photo was not printed, if only the photographer had not made the picture, if only...

Now, dry the tears, back to business. You can buy your collectors Unopened Case of Michael Phelps Kellogg's Corn Flakes on eBay lower than a new box of Kellogg's Flakes at Safeway now.

Rush, because the ultimate date these flakes can be eaten is coming rapidly!

I specifically like the almost last paragraph from a New York Times article:

Like it or not, by winning eight gold medals, Phelps automatically became a role model by virtue of being sent out there as a highly paid spokesman for multinational corporations. We like our sporting heroes to be perfect, but it’s hard to be perfect in the 24-hour electronic buzz where everybody is a blogger and has a cellphone camera within reach.

Zimbabwe Dollar worth something on eBay

The inflation in Zimbabwe is getting out of hand. Every day the prices are doubling, and the new notes, a bank note of 10 billion Zimbabwe dollars, is already worthless.

Unless you sell the note on eBay! The auction for a 100 billion dollar note is at a price of $5.69. Collectible bank note until Robert Mugabe is leaving office. After that it probably will get more in value.

Do you want to become a billionaire? Buy a 100 billion Zimbabwe dollars


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