Over the holiday break, I was hanging out with my dad in his man cave when we started going through some very old collectibles of his. That got me thinking, what kind of Wyoming themed collection items could be roaming the internet these days. Could they actually be worth anything?
You can find a little bit of everything on eBay. With a little digging, you might even be able to stir up a little Wyoming flavor during your bidding - or leave the searching to us, and check these out.
I love 'Magic Erasers'. I have small children and they can get out most stains with ease. They're also great for cleaning grime on ovens and bathtubs. I recently learned that the material used to make 'Magic Erasers' is a super-cheap material that you can order 100 sponges for less than $10. That's right! If you're paying more than a few cents on an 'Magic Eraser', you're spending too much!
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
What is it with people who are trying to get others to clean up their mess?
First, there's the woman who is asking the internet to pay her daughter's medical bills after a viral video where she tried to jump off a roof into a pool went horribly wrong. Now comes this brazen fella in Britain.
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.