32 posts categorized "EBAY"
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HOT RAGS: (Above) Gays, gays, gays!
BEEFCAKE 4 SALE: Get you some Trim, fellas.
PUTTING THE A-S-S IN ... : Colby Melvin is has a new job. (Work Unfriendly)
RAW RIDER: Lee Rider doffs his top for EastEnders.
MR. EVERYTHING: Ex-Mr. Brazil Jonas Sulzbach shows third leg. (Work Unfriendly)
BROKEN-HEARTED: Sad for gay-porn star Logan Moore, who is single. (Work Unfriendly)
THE COUPLE THAT STRIPS TOGETHER: John Cena & his fiancée got naked on YouTube.
LE COUPLE: Tom Daley & Dustin Lance Black show off their couplehood in Paris.
POETRY IN MOTION: Welp, that's one way to get me to read a poem:
How great is this? A check from Mae West for her annual Advocate subscription, dated the year she died.
Samantha Fox is pressing up just 300 copies of a special vinyl edition of “Touch Me 2016,” all of them individually signed and numbered, and offering them on eBay December 3.
Good luck, all you wild dames.
You can own the throne-like chair from which Madonna serenaded the ghost of Prince at the Billboard Music Awards—for a mere $5,000. (To start.)
This is a incredible item that there is only one of in the world, The Madonna "Prince tribute" purple & silver throne chair used during her performance in the 2016 Billboard Music Awards. Madonna fans - Prince fans this is thee ultimate collectors item featured in over 2 mins of her performance. When my wife and I saw the performance live and it turned around 180 and it was just Madonna and the chair, we were both screaming with joy that we missed most of her singing lol.
I own a small prop rental company in Orange Country (Modern Chair Rental) and was contacted a week prior to the award show not knowing exactly who would be using the chair but that it would be used by a artist during the award show. A couple days prior to the show airing one of Madonna's production guys called me and wanted to know if they could customize the chair by adding hundreds of crystals completely covering all of the silver wood trim to match her outfit. How Cool Is That? I at first wasn't interested I am attached to all my throne props and actually told the guy no, but I immediately called my wife and explained the situation and she told me to go for it. I then called them back and approved the modifications of the chair.
I don't have any feedback on here so please check out my company's Yelp page and know you can trust me 100% with this item I started this account just to sell this special piece. My business is everything to me and I want every person bidding to know you can trust me, you can call me and you can come see it if your a interested buyer. My cell is 714-595-2445 (Alex)
The chair is also a original design of mine from several years ago, there might be others out there that resemble this model but this specific one there are no others.The chair is 5ft 3" inches tall x 32" inches wide x 29" deep.
I wouldn't want this; it's too unwieldy to increase in value, and it's from an event most non-Madonna fans (and a distressingly high number of Madonna fans) don't remember fondly. Still, if you want to own something fabulous that touched Madonna's ass, it's still cheaper than Tony Ward.
Yeah, I have no idea who he is, either, but an eBay seller thinks his high school book of “dicks and poems” is worth $10K.
If the embarrassing journals of high-school gay boys are becoming the new Andy Warhol prints, hit me up—I got a million of 'em.
UPDATE: Pierre Omidyar, eBay founder, is backing Gawker in its appeal of the Hulk Hogan case.
Gawker CEO Nick Denton has challenged deranged billionaire Peter Thiel to a debate outside the courtroom, following the revelation that it was Thiel—long angry over Gawker's treatment of him—who has funded Hulk Hogan's so-far successful lawsuit against the site for publishing a portion of Hogan's sex tape.
Gawker insisted publication of a portion of the video was newsworthy, Hogan claimed it was a violation of privacy—and a trial ended with a ridiculous judgment: over $100 million for his embarrassment.
The case is interesting to me in that it goes to the limits of free press and free speech, and became much more interesting once Thiel's tyrannical touch was exposed. Do we really think it's okay that rich people should have the ability to squelch negative or unwelcome press? Are we becoming press-release junkies?
I tweeted about it and was alarmed to discover a highly regarded activist whose opinion is that Gawker could avoid being sued out of existence if they wouldn't out people. (Thiel was said to have been initially enraged by Gawker in 2007 when the site wrote about him being gay. It's worth noting that Thiel, an early Facebook investor who is still on its board, is a right-winger who has endorsed Trump, wants to create a Libertarian paradise, offers cash to kids who agree to drop out of school and various other charming things.)
This activist was shrugging off the battle between Denton and Thiel over her lack of support for outing, which implies that she believes people who publish information about public figures' sexual orientations should be vulnerable to lawsuits. I challenged her on this, but there was no budging; chillingly, she wrote (emphasis mine):
I don't believe there is any good in outing someone against their will. Especially people who can't impact policy
I actually don't think reports on celebrity marriages, divorces etc are news relevant to the wider public either.
I have actually talked about the problem with the idea that everyone that speaks in public deserves no privacy before today.
I'm sure a lot of people reading this would agree with some or even all of those statements, but consider what is being said by this writer and by those who continue to shrug off Thiel's thin-skinned meddling with the media, because this is how I wound up viewing the case through the lens of whether or not outing should be legal and acceptable in the press.