Everything is for Sale
Money can't buy happiness, but it can put you into a big car so you drive around looking for it. Most things online are on sale at our favorite auction site, eBay. Shop until your mouse wears out and the credit card company adopts you as a partner. It's easy and fun to find something on sale.
You are for sale
Everything about you is available online. Friendly thoughtful multinational corporations such as Google and Facebook consolidate your Internet activities into neat downloadable packages for sale to interested parties. Your computer bulges with cookies left behind each time you visit a site with a Facebook Like icon or a Google 1+ avatar. All of you is stored in a digital database.
We do not suggest hiding in the woods. Continue buying and selling online. Build up a rich history of web activity. Someone out there wants to know all about you and they need just a few more nuggets.
Car Parts are for Sale
Leaving your junker by the side of the road no longer qualifies as responsible stewardship of this little blue marble we call Earth. Engaged auto owners take the time to part out their unwanted vehicles. Spread the love by ordering up a few car parts for your very own. You never know when a dashboard from a 2000 Honda CR-V might become extremely valuable as a coffee table or a replacement dashboard for a 2000 Honda CR-V.
It's all here and it's all on sale. Bargains abound across the automotive spectrum.
Money is on Sale
Oddly enough, it is possible to exchange your money for other money. Your cash pales in comparison to offerings online through eBay. Deals on silver coins and even highly desirable paper money abound on a daily basis.
Jump in. Trade your electronic money for extremely desirable money by bidding into online auctions. Supplies renew constantly. Battle for collectible bucks with bidders around the world.
Wonderfully tasty snack food products inhabit online eBay auctions. Whoever imagined that 4 simple ingredients, salt, corn, oil, and more salt, could be combined into the world's perfect nutritional adjunct? The food engineers at the company that builds Frito's, that's who. We humbly benefit from their contribution to society.
Shop online for auctions. The deals rival any coupon-riddled midnight madness event at the local supermarket. No one cares if you bid in your pajamas. You don't need to look for a parking space or push around a potentially germ-riddled shopping cart. Frito
Pokemon is for sale
Not the real boy, but rather the trading cards and associated accoutrement are constantly bought and sold on eBay. One wonders why anyone would want to get rid of this stuff, but fortunately one can browse to eBay.com any time of the day or night to feast on cornucopias of Pokemon paraphernalia. Don't ask why, just enjoy the thrill of bidding on a Glompus Horned Battle Monster with Level 3 Spell Casting Powers or a Sally the Fierce Analog Beauty Doll. It's all here and it will all be gone shortly, when millions of 8th graders finally get their allowance.
Unimaginably Random Stuff is for Sale
You don't know you want it, but eBay already does. They hold if for you, encapsulated in online auctions engineered to enthrall. Simply search the eBay database for 'random' and 'sale'. Expect to be rewarded with veritable plethora.
Bid a little. You can always bid more later. Wait patiently by the mailbox until unknown sellers send you their unwanted merchandise so it can become wanted. Everything needs a home. Even the most worn-out reused second-hand noncollectable out-of-style generic thing would look great on your mantle, we think.
We all need something to dust.
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