Trade Me treats, as discussed by Marcus and Jon MacDonald on Tuesday 30th October.
A self-righting ex-Search & Rescue boat that used to belong to the Wellington Police is up for sale with an asking price of $400k.
The personal journey of Sir Edmund Hillary is set to become a film named “Beyond the Edge”, and filmmakers are conducting a nationwide search to find someone to play Sir Ed himself.
A cacti washing line that “you never thought you needed”. Almost 20,000 views under its belt, the auction is generating some good banter in the Q&A too.
A picture of ‘Osama Bin Laden’ graces the cover of a book of matches distributed by the US government in 2001 throughout the Middle East. With the phrase “You deliver. We pay. Reward”.
Grab 90 minutes of Shortland Street’s Mike Edward for an aerial silks lesson (NB: WTF is aerial silks? Wikipedia tells me it is “a type of performance in which one or more artists perform aerialbatic acrobatics while hanging from a special fabric.”)
Cool picture hand-drawn by All Black hooker and Test centurion Keven Mealamu, as used on the cover of kids’ book The Miracle at Gulls Bay
…plus Halloween is tomorrow (Wednesday) so there have been loads of scary-looking things including cute zombie stickers for the car and a really un-cute rat jawbone necklace