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Re: Can you spell 'hutzpa?'

It WILL get harder to increase the high bid again by another 600%, now that
we've crashed through that quardruple-digit invisible ceiling.  $10.00 and
climbing ever so SLOWLY!  Wowzer.  If you really want to get that price up
there, Chic, (and for what better cause?) you'll want to start talking
positively about the conversation you'll be offering.  Picking your brain has
GOT to be worth a few bucks.... Maybe you should just skip the chatter and
jump straight to a table dance--there may be more interest in something like

(Looks like Brace_u_self has jumped back into the hunt...)

How high a bid would you need to see in order to switch from offering
chit-chat over dinner to doing the hula with some Hosta queen?  Maybe when we
break through a hundy you'll put a challenge out there to help feed the hungry
Hosta coffers...  Get creative, you marketing wizard...

Maybe Carol B. knows the hula... Sounds like your wife's smart enough to stay
away so you won't have to worry about embarrassing the bejebbers out of her
...... So....well you know... get creative!

Andrew L.
Just trying to stir things up a bit...

> My dear Andrew.  First of all, my dear wife thinks hosta people are all
> weird, so I wouldn't count on her joining us.  Second, if you think you're
> going to pick my brain for ten bucks, I got a surprise for you.  For ten
> bucks, all you get is an evening of scorn and ridicule.   To pick my brain
> you better start thinking big bucks.  And to be honest, what's there ain't
> worth the price.
> And Kevin, don't even think about bidding.  The dancing part was a joke.
> And by the way,  for those of you bidding, my wife is right, you are weird.
> Chick
> Andrew Lietzow wrote:
> > And what is weird is that I made that bid BEFORE I started reading up
> > the email list (to see this hype about how cute he is!).  Shoot, I'm
> > good to go for a lot more for the privilege of being escorted about by
> > the likes of this awesome Hosta hunk and his sweetie.  Course it looks
> > like No_you_r_Mine and Niagara_nelly would kind of like to get to know
> > you better, too, Chick!  (You and I would be talking strickly business,
> > so that I can pick your marketing genious mind--but who knows what
> > No_you_r_Mine and Niagara_nelly are really up to?  A Hosta coup-de-etat
> > perhaps?)   Like they say in the Lotto Ads, let's have some fun already!
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