X-Box Signed by Sarah Palin on EBay for $1.1M
Man tries for third time to unload weird, expensive souvenir
By Kevin Spak,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 7, 2009 2:03 PM CDT
Sarah Palin signs an X-Box, which can apparently be yours for the low, low price of $1,100,000.00, plus shipping and handling.
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(Newser) – In what can only be described as the deal of the century, eBay user dmorrill321, aka David Morrill, is currently selling an actual “60GB, perfect-condition” X-Box 360, signed by actual unemployed person Sarah Palin, for the low-low opening bid of $1,100,000—plus shipping and handling. It’s actually Morrill’s fourth attempt to list the thing; each of the previous three were taken down by eBay.

EBay cited various objections—lack of pictures, PayPal’s inability to handle the payments, wrong section—but in the end, for some crazy reason, didn’t believe Morrill was selling an actual product. Morrill insists that he is, and thinks he’s covered all his bases this time. On his second listing, he actually did draw one $1.1 million bid, Mashable notes, so maybe the fourth time’s the charm.