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Fictional Commerce

I just bid on a fictional character's tweed jacket on eBay.

After watching episode 2 of the new season of Chasing Windmills, Lori and I rushed to eBay to see if the jacket was really there. Search on Adolofo...click... there it is! We clapped and cheered. Totally brilliant.

September 28, 2006 at 09:08 PM in Videoblogging | Permalink


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Wow - I just watched that yesteday, hadn't thought of checking ebay. Well, I just put in my bid - don't want him to have to go through that satanic ritual... looks like he's already in it though.

Awesome stuff!

Posted by: Chris Ritke at Sep 28, 2006 9:23:47 PM

by the way, you should be able to comment now. there was a nasty wave of spam that had to be stopped. comments are held for approval though, so you won't see comments right away. unless you say something like "wow chuck, you're such a fucking rock dude."

Posted by: chuck at Sep 28, 2006 9:29:49 PM

Chris - sweet! I don't know if the coat would fit me or not, but that would just be a bonus. I just think it's cool, and also I want to financially support Chasing Windmills. :-)

They should keep doing this -- I smell a bidness model.

Posted by: chuck at Sep 28, 2006 9:33:30 PM

Exactly. I love their show - and they are great people.

I don't know if the jacket will fit me - but it's fun to be a part of something like this, a way to support Chasing Windmills and maybe it is the start of a 'bidness model' - that would be cool!

Thanks for posting this and actually having the smarts to go and check Ebay.

Posted by: Chris Ritke at Sep 29, 2006 9:57:08 AM