Friday, January 30, 2015

Free?... Um, OK I guess...

From Craigslist Jax:

"I just had a colonoscopy today and have enough stuff left over for another person to do the prep and not have to buy anything. The Miralax is not even half gone and there are 4 Dulcolax tablets left. In my prep instructions, all you need is 238g of the stuff and I have 272gs. Oh ya, and I have this butter dish thing I'm not useing. Just trying to not throw this stuff away. All you have to do is text me and I'll give you my address and you can drive by and get it out of my mailbox, we don't need to meet up or anything."

Um... OK.

What's the butter dish for again? No wait, nevermind. I don't think I want that question answered. 

Good thing he doesn't want to "meet up." Instead I can just boost a half-used bottle of Miralax from the mailbox.

There's also a free goat out there today. I sent Heifer International $75 bucks to send some poor family a damn goat for Christmas when I could have just sent one myself?

In this free crate, maybe?

God Bless America.

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Somebody Neused in it!

"Save the Neuse" Riverkeeper pint glass. On the flea now. Buy now and save!

Keep the pig poop out of it, North Carolina. 

Saturday, December 20, 2014

TPC does it again!

More flea-age from The Pro's Closet... $276. Nice frame

Tuesday, December 16, 2014


 I'm decorating the garage. After my head injury the doctor says I should stay busy. Just kidding.


1931 Gulf Oil road map of Florida.

Dig the hat. On both of them.

And this illustrated map. Also from Gulf, and Rand McNally.

Nice boat. And Stogie.

From the auction listing:

"Wonderful old map from Gulf Oil with beautiful graphics.  
I'm unable to find a date on this map but there are references to the 
"new Overseas Highway connecting Key West with the mainland"  and 
"if you wish to go on to Cuba, transportation by ferry is available".  
The speed limit in Florida was 45 MPH (in Alabama the speed limit was 
"reasonable and proper").   A Resident County Game license was $1.25 and 
you could bag 15 squirrels, 25 coots and 15 Wilson's Snipes per day.  
The population of Miami was 127,600 and Kissimmee was 3,379.  
The map is copyrighted by Rand McNally."

And it aint an SDG, but still...

I lost them all. Drat.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Wednesday, November 5, 2014


As is the case in America ('murica!) We here in the gleaming towers of One Utahdog Center, World Congress of the 'Murica's (America!) have, and shall always remain, vigilantly on the lookout for worthless and freakish bits shamelessly flogged on the interwebs for penny and pence.

Always a set of Alteks out there, always.

A delightfully gaudy Seiko 7s26, complete with a delightfully gaudy NATO strap. Hide in the bushes from your ISIS enemies with this pig on your arm. What could go wrong?

S.E.V. Marchal fog light covers....

...for your Marchal lamps, because hey, automobile accessories from defunkt French companies are always a good idea. At least as good an idea as your 1986 SVO Mustang with its 200hp turbocharged 4 cylinder truck engine and Fairmont "Quadrashock" solid rear axle, anyway. 

Me? I just always liked the cat face logo.


at least you did until you bought the patch for 12 bucks, or this Yeti PRO FRO.

I bought the patch. I'll wear it on Hawaiian Shirt Day for the irony.

Guts, Guns and God!

Thursday, October 2, 2014

$57! and oh yeah, shipping from FRANCE!

Only 57 bones for these mildly and admittedly twisted Altek levers! That and shipping...

...from another continent.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014


Cool old crap! Old crap is the best! I know this because I am crap and I'm old and I'm pretty damn cool! Or so they tell me, my sweaty lathered employees, full of fear and reverence, during their yearly evaluations here in the gleaming towers of One Utahdog Center, World Congress of the America's. Grovel as they do...


In the 80's this steering wheel and the block shaped dash passed as ergonomics. Today we know so much more about designing for the human body. Take our new marble-lined long bar and hookah lounge here in the Gleaming Towers of blah blah blah. Our brass poles are aligned by the grace of God.

Oh, and some other poor sap paid a cool $90 for these pretty bits.

I heart pretty bits.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

A Kevlar Lapse in Judgement

This mildly tatty, yet enthrallingly red SDG, had a price of $100 before it evaporated from the interwebbage without a trace. For $100 there are many lapses in judgement here. Can you count them?

Bizarre arm tats that creep (Lapse 1)...

...onto the hand (Lapse 2). Note trash can #1 above the region of the saddle where your plump nibblets and scrumpus bones would nestle.

Holiest of holies (Lapse 3...$100?!?) on the nose of the saddle where your plump nibblets and scrumpus bones would definitely not nestle. Body piercing erosion of the normally quite durable Kevlar saddle cover perhaps? The tats suggest it.

The smarmy under belly, showing a twisted and random array of sloppily applied glues and adhesives (Lapse 4). And yes, trash can #2 creeps into view (Lapse 5). This is a clean kitchen obviously. Cleaner anyway, than my holiest of holies, plump nibblets, or scrumpus bones.


Saturday, September 13, 2014

Flea - Wanga

$199. When VooDoo mattered.