Michael Jackson Signed PlayStation Up For eBay Auction
It figures that absolutely anything related to Michael Jackson is huge these days, and that includes the PlayStation he signed. ...supposedly.
If you need a chuckle and would like to make a bogus/legit decision for yourself, head on over to eBay and examine the goods: it's not only signed, "I love you, Michael Jackson," but it's also the 1,000,001st PlayStation to come off the assembly line. ...again, supposedly. The current bid is $580 dollars but if you don't want to wait, you can just buy it right now for the low, low price of $1.5 million. And if you do, we assume you have more money than brains, and you automatically believe that the article in IFA Today, which evidently proves the legitimacy of this item, is 100% honest and factual. Well now, this has given us an idea: we're gonna locate a copy of Michael Jackson's Moonwalker, write "It's MY game, Michael Jackson" on it, and toss it up for a real bargain at $1 million. What are the chances that it sells, and why do we get the feeling that somebody really would buy it; if not for a million bucks but for at least a few hundred...? You know, even if this is legit, we fail to see how it's all that great a collectible, even for die-hard MJ fans.
But hey, it's worth a look. We've seen plenty of crazy stuff on eBay in the past, so this is hardly surprising. We just hope this MJ memorabilia thing doesn't get too out of control...
7/21/2009 Ben Dutka