Among the many things for sale at the Fair Oaks Street Fair right now!
Ah well, that turned out as expected — bought nothing. I think that eBay has killed off the old-time garage sale in the cities; it’s so easy to throw up your good stuff online. All I could find were obvious eBay types hawking unbidded stuff, regular neighborhood residents still trying to get rid of obvious garbage that even the thrifts don’t want, and amateur tamale and cookie vendors. Oh, and one fortune teller.
Strangely, I was out this morning and stumbled on a random sidewalk sale where I found 4 old (as in ancient and rare) VHS tapes that I wanted for $1 each. I looked at a bazillion tapes yesterday without seeing anything older or odder than movies made after 1985.
That said, the “Fair Oaks Street Fair” is a wonderful place to admire other people’s dogs!
how long were you there before the urge set in to run home and comment on MissionMission?
Umm… Captain Douchebag, the Fair Oaks thing was yesterday.
i only know about a dozen or so my neighbors, but i think i was the only one from fair oaks to actually be selling stuff. most of the vendors seem to be the types who show up on sidewalks everywhere. there were a few nice things, but otherwise it’s getting more regular.
i tried to sell my marantz 2250, but no luck. i didn’t see any other stuff like that around.
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