If you’ve simply got to have an Xbox 360 signed by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, there’s one on Ebay right now.
It will set you back a few bucks, though. The bid is currently at US$1.1 million. Oh, and 75 bucks for shipping.
The Anchorage Daily News reports that Canadian David Morrill (left, with the ex-Guv) drove for three days to meet Palin at a picnic in Alaska:
[Morrill] said he pushed to the front of the greeting line and asked Palin to sign the Xbox as proof he met her. It was "one of the greatest thrills of my life…"
He has received one anonymous bid for his Xbox, for which he’s asking at least $1.1 million. The bidder ID has just one "feedback" rating on eBay, and there’s no guarantee Morrill will get his money.
Here’s the Ebay listing…
UPDATE: The Ebay listing has been removed for reasons unknown at this time…
UPDATE 2: An auction for a "replica" of the Sarah Palin Xbox 360 has been posted on Ebay with an opening price of $1,100. In the listing, the seller pokes a bit of fun at the former Guv:
This replica has been painstakingly recrafted using:
* Detailed photographs of the original signed Xbox 360
* Imagery of Palin’s signature on the infamous "helicopter-wolf-hunting" bill from 2003
…Furthermore, this item (unlike others) is "Guaranteed Not To Quit For Two Years" …
Own the only Palin related item truly prepared to serve half a gubernatorial or presidential term!