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BIG NEWS! Most of the 2006 Strangercrombie acutions close at 5:00 pm on Friday, but the following 10 auctions have been extended an extra day (until Saturday afternoon)! Wawawee! Jump in there!

Merry Kwaanzukkah,
The Stranger

 

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A Goddamned Brand New Vespa

A wonderful, beautiful, shiny new Vespa with all the trimmings, courtesy of Vespa Seattle. The package includes one sky-blue Vespa LX 50 cc model, shipping, set-up and prep, plates, tabs, and license fees, two Vespa Soft Touch helmets, two riding jackets, shoulder bags by Chrome, a front rack, and more! The winner is legally obligated to pay vehicle sales tax! (Good-looking passenger not—necessarily—included.) Valued at more than $5,198.45! Opening bid: $1.99!

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Mystery Bag of T-shirts

From bands like the Kills, Journey(!), Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, and others. Priceless! Opening bid: $1.99

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Harvey Danger Cover the Song of Your Choice

Priceless! Opening bid: $1.99

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Buy a CD Review

Buy an enthusiastic review of the CD of your choice for The Stranger’s January 25 issue. Priceless! Opening bid: $1.99

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So You Wanna Be Orson Welles

For the aspiring filmmaker on your list, the greatest gift package imaginable: a year's pass to the Northwest Film Forum, a membership to WigglyWorld (giving access to their workshops and equipment rental), a $250 credit toward a class at WigglyWorld, eight hours of editing at 911 Media Arts Center (where the Stranger Genius Award-winning filmmaker James Longley edited Iraq in Fragments), a consultation with local filmmaker Lynn Shelton (We Go Way Back), and a year's subscription to TheWarrenReport. And, just to get you in the mood, we're throwing in an Orson Welles mask made by longtime Stranger artist Kathryn Rathke, a gift certificate to booze-and-food emporium Rosebud, and a case of champagne! Double-reverse-backflip priceless! Opening bid: a shamefully low $1.99!

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Poster Package #1—Pearl Jam

Last year’s Pearl Jam package sold for an eye-popping $6,500. Thanks to the big-hearted band, we’re back for round two. This year’s package includes a framed, limited-edition silk-screened poster of Pearl Jam’s 2006 Washington, D.C., show signed by artist Brad Klausen, a framed photo of Pearl Jam and Neil Young (circa 1992), snapped and signed by Lance Mercer (which retails for $1,000), plus a copy of 5x1, Mercer’s book of photos of the early Pearl Jam years. (Framing courtesy of Northwest Art & Frame.) Pee-riceless! Opening bid: $1.99!

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A Copy of the Shortbus Screenplay Signed by Director John Cameron Mitchell

Screenplay Signed by Director John Cameron Mitchell Own a piece of cinema history—the script for this year’s finest sex comedy (with unsimulated sex!), signed by director (and director and star of Hedwig and the Angry Inch) John Cameron Mitchell. PLUS 123 Shortbus condoms and a movie soundtrack. Priceless! Opening bid: $1.99!

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Triple Door

A $50 gift certificate. Opening bid: $1.99

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Date for One

Not one, not two, but sixteen (!) boxes of heterosexual pornography, from the original Debbie Does Dallas to Specs Appeal: Girls with Glasses to the disconcertingly named Anabolic Initiations IV. This vast collection of preowned but nonsticky wankspiration is spread over DVDs, VHS tapes, and even a few laserdiscs (?!?), and comes with a complimentary package of tube socks. Priceless! Opening bid: $1.99!

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Silver Platters

Two $25 gift certificates. Opening bid: $1.99

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Here's how the auction works:

• Check out the following pages and pick the items you like best. You can use the shortcuts on the right to jump to any item.

• Locate your preferred item, and click the link below it. This will take you to the item's home on eBay.

• Bid on eBay, and check in regularly to make sure you still have the highest bid.

• Bidding ends Friday, December 15 at 5 pm.

• Winners will be notified immediately, and you can pick up your prizes in plenty of time for Christmas!

 

 

 

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