Jan 25, 2006


Whew! During the final seconds of a bidding war, we won!

In case you're hoping to be a part of the
costs or care package, I need you to send me stuff ASAP. It ended up being a bit pricey, but it's worth it to breathe some joy into this guy's life. Contact me via email for an address to send things to!

Also - we are in need of anyone in the Connecticut area who can help this guy find work. He has a web site -


the mad scientist said...

nice work, keep blogging! kezza.

The Cubicle Reverend said...

Can I get a photocopy of that man? I want to keep it for prosperity.

Logan Bennett said...

Sweet we won, nice job man, it is good that we have been able to touch somebody's life like that, and to think that we also have been able to learn that he needs work also, If i lived in conneticut I would hook him up, but I don't

my email address is logan.bennett.undiscovered@gmail.com please let me know what I can do to help this guy out

Ryan Nielsen said...


I am in. e-mail me and let me know what you need from me.

Ian said...

I'll give you $30 for it.

Tony Myles said...

Ian -

If you mean you'll donate $30 to this guy's care package, awesome!

If you mean you want to buy it, no way.

But that $30 could help him if you're willing to support him. Email me at tonymyles@hotmail.com for my mailing address.

Gman said...

Thanks for the update.


Amy said...


speaking of crazy auctions on eBay, just heard about this:

and a pastor's blog about it:

interesting...would love to hear your take on it.

Tony Myles said...

I caught that, too, Amy. The difference in that auction versus this one (in my opinion) is our guy is genuinely exhausted, whereas this new dude simply wants to make a holy buck.