Posts Tagged ‘ebay’

Eye View Technology Update The 911 On The 404, Obamacare website cost more than FACEBOOKTWITTERLINKEDININSTAGRAM EyeView Recommendation

October 10, 2013

Speaker John Boehneron Wednesday criticized the first week of ObamaCare as a system that threatens to fine people for failing to buy health insurance on websites that don’t work.
“How can we tax people for not buying a product from a website that doesn’t work?” he asked on the House floor.
Eyeview recommends transferring Obamacare administration to Ebay. Competition without the 404.



The Force Is With Chewbacca Prevents Howard From Getting His Big Stick

June 9, 2013

The actor who played Chewbacca in the “Star Wars” movies said he was detained by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at the Denver Airport over his cane, which looks like a lightsaber, it was reported. Peter Mayhew, who is 7-foot-2, tweeted out a photo of TSA officials holding the cane, according to Yahoo News. Mayhew, 69, said that officials would not let him through security. According to NBC News, Mayhew was returning to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport from the Denver Comic Con earlier this week The station reported that he sat in a wheelchair, pleading with TSA agents, explaining he needed the cane to walk. He sent out a bunch of tweets about the ordeal and says that only after he started getting the public’s attention did TSA decide that he was safe to fly — cane and all.

The Twitter Force is with Peter Mayhew, helping to avoid embarrassing outcome with possible scummy  TSA confinscation and Ebay Classic Star Wars collection auction.. The Force is with Chewbaca stops Howard from getting a big stick..



Supreme Court Could Make Resale Illegal, Pawn Stars Crankier Than Usual

February 14, 2013

A case before the Supreme Court involving imported textbooks sold on eBay could have a significant impact on how goods are sold, and could put an end to all resale, including popular web sites like eBay and The case under consideration is Wiley v. Kirtsaeng, in which textbook publisher John Wiley and Sons sued Supap Kirtsaeng over the business Kirtsaeng ran selling imported textbooks on eBay.

The reason this case could have such broad implications is that it involves one of the primary limitations on copyright protections.

Based on copyright laws Supreme Court could put an end to Ebay, Craigslist, Pawn Stars crankier than usual.



No Inaugural Tickets Allowed On Craigslist, Kevin Federline Fans Upset

January 17, 2013

Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York announced Thursday that eBay and Craigslist have promised to try to stop scalpers from making a mint by reselling tickets to President Barack Obama’s inauguration this weekend. “eBay will enforce a policy not to allow these listings on their site, while Craigslist employees will monitor their site and remove these listings,” the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies said in a statement. Schumer is a co-chair.

Kevin Federline ticket collectors looking to add inaugural  tickets to their collection, are upset..