This Week's Feature: Scavenger Hunt 2010 results—with slideshows!
Albuquerque scavengers had 72 hours to locate more than 100 items—find out the victors in this year's hunt.
Found on Craigslist: Jesus knife ($175)
God bless Stefie for sending this to me.
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: Neutered O magazines ($25)
With Oprah’s show ending in 2011, experts predict this collection of ripped-up O back issues will skyrocket in value. Bonus: All quizzes, such as Dr. Phil’s popular “Are You Normal?” series, have been conveniently filled out for you, giving you countless hours of extra free time, which is just great.
Found on Craigslist: Anti-Semitic car salesman ($2950, Heights)
And here I thought this species of moron had died out.
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: Val Kilmer’s ranch (price reduced)
Even Madmartigan is sweating the economy. Val Kilmer’s real estate agent is listing the actor’s nearly 6,000-acre Pecos River property—including a 11,573-foot ranch compound with 10 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms—on Craigslist. They’re asking $23,000,000. That’s a $10 million dollar price reduction since it went on the market last year.
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: Free monkey
Alert! The vendor purporting to offer a monkey to a good home in the “free stuff” section is a SCAM ARTIST. Do not get caught up in his web of deception like this poor Craigslister did. File this one under Monkey Business. (The wrong kind, where you don’t actually get a monkey out of the deal.)
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: “Complete Book of Pregnancy” secret storage book safe
Stash your valuables in an out-of-date medical book with graphic pictures of the birthing process. It’ll work like a charm ... unless you get robbed by a gang of pregnant women.
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: Vintage Child’s Suede Lederhosen
Only $40! Einzig €31.58!
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: Antique Meiji Foot Warmer/Incenser ($2,500)
For the Asian antiques collector with cold, stinky feet and money to burn, may we suggest this gold-accented combination incense burner / foot warmer from Japan’s Meiji era?
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: The Estate of Ron Big Bear Church ($150,000)
Could this be some kind of new internet scam? But with deceased Native American art dealers instead of dead Nigerian land owners?
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