Sponsored Post: Storage Auctions


Guest post by Gerard Mcdaniel

I logged onto http://www.direct.tv/ and updated our television package. I have started watching a show that I am absolutely, totally obsessed with. The show is called “Storage Wars”. Just last week they came out with another installment of the show, “Storage Wars: Texas”. Apparently, if you have a storage unit and you don’t pay your bill, or you abandon your unit for some reason or the other, the owner of the storage building has the right to auction off your things to the public. The show follows a group of people who are always going to “Storage Wars”. There are five colorful characters that all compete at the same storage auctions all over California. They do mean things to aggravate each other, like driving the prices up for bidding. The coolest thing about the show is that they when they do bid on a unit and win it, that you get to see them go through the unit and see what they find. Sometimes they find really great things that have really high resale value, but sometimes they also loose and buy a storage unit that is full of lots of junk. It being hit or miss is really part of the allure of the show.

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Disclosure:  This was a paid post.  Links were provided but opinions are that of the author.

Sponsored Post: Gifts from Become.com

Shopping online is fast becoming the top alternative to fighting crowds and aching feet, but shoppers need to know their way around.   Search engines come into play, but frequently send the shopper off in a dozen directions having nothing much to do at all with the original inquiry.  So what can a shopper do to find that most elusive but perfect gift in the least amount of time and clicks?  Surf on over to Become.com of course!

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Disclosure:  This was a paid post.  Links were provided but opinions are that of the author.

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