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How this idea came about

How this idea came about

In an effort to quell the insane amount of financial difficulties of the state, Ahnuld and company are setting up a 2-day auction.  I really wish I was making this up. From ABC News:
As part of the "Great California Garage Sale," the state of California is selling off hundreds of items the state doesn't need anymore -- computers, old desks, office supplies, used cars -- and confiscated items, including jewelry, a racing bike, a surfboard, and an antique piano. The main auction itself, featuring some 500 cars and a vast quantity of knickknacks and accessories of assorted value, will take place this Friday and Saturday in Sacramento. But the state is getting the bidding -- and the online buzz -- rolling by listing some items early on Craig's List and eBay.
This is just fucking embarrassing.  The rest of the country already thinks Californians are a bunch of hippies, and handling our financial problems just like a college doper would is sure to only help that stereotype.  If Arnold starts calling winning bidders with "bro, that lampshade's worth at least 25", I'm moving.


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