Wednesday, December 3, 2008

For Sale by State

Hot on the (hooker) heels of September's Platinum Plus auction, an auction of state-seized personal property from the Tunica Cabaret will happen tomorrow, December 4th, 10 a.m. at 5599 South 3rd St.

The doors open at 8 a.m. for the public to inspect the wares for sale.

I haven't seen any of the pictures for this auction, so I have no idea what might be sold. However, at the Platinum auction, they sold chairs (ugh), poles (yuck), and previously worn stripper costumes and shoes (ick). But you know, you might want some of those things. Who am I to say?

Just like the auction at the Mt. Moriah Performing Arts Center (or the Purple Church, if you prefer), the Tunica Cabaret building is owned by the federal government and will not be auctioned off tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

Hilarious, you go marycash!

polar donkey said...

Do you feel you have a fixation on Shake Joint auctions? You've written about these quite a few times already.

marycash said...

I know what sells. ... Did you read John Branston's column this week?

Allow me to quote him: "If we use those words, more people will see this on the Internet. In journalism this is called a BUSINESS PLAN."

polar donkey said...

If that's the excuse you're going to roll with, so be it.

I took the high road when I wrote about shake joints ;)