Interested Parties May Eat Me
Mike – I’m the guy who bought the creepy bilge baby on auction.
(Or, in the words of Warren Zevon, “Send Lawyers Guns and Money.”)
This mornings C.R.A.P is hard to look at and impossible to forget.
I’m not a food critic, but if I were, I’d suggest you visit Baltimore posthaste and dig into some Maryland Blue Crabs
UPDATE: SOLD $202.50! Mike’s very own “Mini-Mega-Colon” sold! Congratulations to the winning bidder. As always, proceeds benefit the mikeroweWORKS Scholarship Fund. Thanks to all who bid!
Stay Tuned for Our Next C.R.A.P. Auction!
I might be quietly hoping the C.R.A.P. that bears my name might somehow fetch a respectable sum for the Foundation
Bobblehead sold for $1876! Congratulations winner and thanks to all who bid.
1. Install new television in mikeroweWORKS Los Angeles office.
The time has come to once again bolster the dwindling coffers at The mikeroweWORKS Foundation by selling my personal crap to the highest bidder. This particular piece of CRAP, (Collectibles Rare And Precious,) has hung proudly on my wall for the last year. Now, it needs a new home, and I can think of no finer destination than your humble abode. Behold the attached video, and tell me you don’t agree. The money goes for work ethic scholarships, so bid high and recklessly. Thanks – Mike PS This AmazonSmile thing has been a huge help to the Foundation. If you Read More
I just got off the phone with my Dad. He asked me what was new, and I told him someone just bought the very first Mike Rowe Bobblehead.
Another big day in the wide, wide world of C.R.A.P. (Collectibles Rare And Precious). My good friend Johnathan Hillstrand of Deadliest Catch — captain of the F/V Time Bandit and lover of motorcycles, broncos and women (he’s been thrown from all three) — has written a book: “Crab boat captain turned children’s book author” Three books, in fact: The Adventures of Little Bird: Pirate Dreams, The Adventures of Joey and Andy Crab: Crab Day Afternoon and The Adventures of Joey, Andy and Little Bird: A Pirate’s Treasure. And not only did Johnathan write them, he illustrated them as well. Through Read More