Thursday, November 22, 2007

THANKSGIVING DAY SALE

Happy Thanksgiving Day everybody. At least all you Americans. The Canadians have it on a different day and those of you outside North America don't have it at all. Count yourselves lucky! I was never big on this particular holiday. Tomorrow is Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, as everyone scrambles to get X-mas presents at bargain prices. And here I am, as a truly compassionate Buddhist Master, giving you the chance to get a jump on the day.

I've put some items of mine up for sale on eBay. Here's the scoop.

This is my Peavey bass guitar as seen in the film Cleveland's Screaming! A piece of my history, up for grabs because I don't wanna move the sucker. It is a truly great bass.

This is the toy bug I wrote about in a long-ago piece on my webpage. I have no idea if the piece is still up there. But lots of people seem to remember that one and write me about it still. I gotta give up the little guy, though. So here's your chance to own him for yourself! Beware. He's an expensive sucker.

Here's a boxed set of the TV show SPECTREMAN. Everybody remembers Spectreman from the 70's and 80's, one of the coolest Ultraman imitators of all. In fact, I like it better than Ultraman myself.

Megalon and Jet Jaguar figures by Microman. Nuff said.

Gamera from the film Gamera 3: The Advent of Irys. This figure is too rare to even believe I'd sell it. But there ya go.

DVD boxed set of War of the Colossal Beast and a bunch of other movies with a limited edition Colossal Beast figure! God I hate to give this one up.

DVD boxed set of the film Valley of Gwangi also with a limited edition figure. I so love this one. The figure is sooooo fuckin' cool. Give it a good home (sniff).

Godzilla 1998 figure. Also super duper cool. Please give him a good home, too.

Figure of the giant walrus monster Todora, from Ultra Q who also appeared in the movie Gorath, in which he was named Magma. The Americans cut him out of the US prints of the film! Bastards.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I look around my home and I sure could rid myself of most of it....the tyranny of objects is what I call it--things that just want to be with me.

I think it is brave and wonderful of you to show us the way: let it go, let go,

I hope job and work come together in a place where music happens and where a 'human shown actual size' zen master can be appreciated.

The thought of your leaving is truly painful, in spite of my knowing it is the right thing to do, and in spite of my knowing that I, too, am coming up on the end of this stint in the city of angels....what's next? I haven't got a clue....I just know it's coming, and it's long overdue.....

>>cowpie

Blake said...

Are you going to retain visitation rights?

Anonymous said...

Brad you dumb ass.. Don't sell your bass.. You will surely regret it. Mail it to your dad and have him keep it for you or something. End the auction before you get a bid. If I wasn't poorer than you I would buy it and keep it for you.

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Erg said...

Jesus Brad its like watching someone auction there children!

Anonymous said...

from the: totally-off-the-subject dept.

cant wait for the next book brad. you've only casually mentioned it here and there. any possibility you could you give us a brief synopsis?

Please?!?

-anonyMouse

Anonymous said...

this is so sad.. it's like when I threw away all my star trek junk when I was 12.

Anonymous said...

Junk!