If You love Xbox and adore Sarah Palin, for a little more than $1 million (that little more is $100.000), your life can finally be complete.
David Morrill, a resident of Alberta, Canada, is selling his prized Xbox machine on eBay for the whopping price – and it’s not the first time. He tried to sell the autographed gaming system three times before and now Morrill believes that he’s finally satisfied eBay’s requirements.
First time it was bumped out because of “insufficient description of the item or no photos of the item.” The second time, it was because PayPal could not “process a payment” of $1.1 million. The third time was because it wasn’t categorized correctly and listings are not supposed to express “the seller’s personal views.”
To comply with eBay restrictions, Morrill’s completely reworked the listing with more photos, changed payment processing companies, altered the category, and even added a disclaimer to satisfy eBay’s terms.
The description, as posted by the lister, is as follows: The infamous Sarah Palin XBOX 360 was autographed at the governors picnic on July 24, 2009, in Wasilla, Alaska, just two days before her resignation as governor of that state. You can own this 60GB, perfect-condition, one-of-a-kind item before her expected run for president of the United States of America in 2012.
At the moment there are no bids and it really boggles the mind that somehow hasn’t picked up this monumental item yet.