No Sale on Palin-Signed Xbox

Stephen Blackwell :: Thursday, October 29th, 2009 9:00 am

Believe it or not, there is an Xbox on sale right now for $1.1 million, reports Politico. It does the same thing as most every other Xbox, except it doesn’t come with controllers, bringing your total expense to $1,100,100 after throwing down for two of them. So, what do you get for the additional million dollars you’re spending? Sarah Palin’s autograph. Unsurprisingly, the item has yielded no bids.

A Canadian named David Morill put the allegedly signed Xbox up on the block, which he says was autographed by Palin on July 24, two days before Palin resigned her post as governor of Alaska in what was absolutely the most unpoetic resignation speech in any nation’s history. She should have thrown in “You don’t have Sarah Palin to kick around anymore” for good measure.

I would value Sarah Palin’s autograph close to a drawing my nephew did yesterday, which I looked at for maybe 5 seconds before tossing into the trash. I do have an autographed photo of Captain Lou Albano kicking around somewhere, which I would be willing to trade for said Xbox, Mr. Morill. He’s dead, you know. There’s money in that.


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