"JessicaG" <***@jotjail.com> wrote in
>>>> Yeah, with three feedbacks, that guy's obviously a shill.
>>>> Somebody's getting ripped off bigtime. I was going to rat them out
>>>> to security, but when I got to the page, all the options assumed
>>>> that *I* was the one being cheated. Do you want to try to report
>>>> it, because that idiot is about to lose almost a hundred grand?
>>> He did it again to the next guy. Found out what his max bid was and
>>> made another quick $10000 in the final few minutes... not bad for
>>> somewhat dishonest work. This is what is making eBay suck lately.
>> Do you usually bid on these sorts of items?
> Do I? Ummm... no. Why?
Saying "They suck lately" suggests that you're involved in a pretty
> In any case, there's probably dozens more of these dorky soiled gloves
> molding away in soon-to-be-defaulted storage areas.
Neverland is his defaulted storage area.
> When those are
> eventually sold they will devalue this $100000 glove.
They're probably still making the damn things. Pretty soon you'll be
able to find them at any flea market for $1.50.
How could anybody be so obsessed with this guy? Is it just because he
was the first to make a music video? Do videos really have that much
control over us? Cripes, they don't even make the damn things any more.
It turns out they were just another fad.
> The thing that
> made this one particularly valuable was that it was Dick Clark's and
> is authenticated (supposedly).
Maybe Al Sharpton's Brotherhood of Islam thugs threatened the ailing
Clark into letting them use his name, to sell these items from the
Neverland auction that failed.