Showing posts from May, 2011

Toilet Seat Hat Sold for $131,000

The hat that looked like a toilet seat which was worn by Princess Beatrice to Britain's royal wedding a few weeks ago, was auctioned off on eBay and sold for $131,000. Proceeds will be donated to two charities, UNICEF and Children in Crisis.

$100,000 Beatles Photographs to be Auctioned

Photographs of the Beatles from their first US tour during 1964 are going to be auctioned by Christie's in New York on July 20. The pictures have never before been published. You can preview the photos in June at Christie's and Grosvernor House hotel in London. They are expected to be hammered for over $100,000.

$1000 for a Popsicle ... Made with Tequila ... and Gold Flakes

Now here is a popsicle that you do not want to give to the kids. Obviously designed for adults of drinking age, and wealthy ones at that, the popsicles served by the pool at the Marquis Los Cabos resort in Baja California sell for $1000 each . They are made with Tequilas Premium Clase Azul Ultra tequila and 24 ct. gold flakes. If you just want the tequila in its natural state, you only have to pay $500 for a shot.

First House for Billionaire Mark Zuckerberg

Maybe the real estate market has turned around. Mark Zuckerberg, the billionaire founder of Facebook, has purchased his first home , paying $7 million. The house, in Palo Alto, California, has five bedrooms and heated floors in the bathroom.

Great Grad Gift for Kids of Billionaires

Let the Music Stir You by A. Brown "People aren't hearing all the music. Artists and producers work hard in the studio perfecting their sound. But people can't really hear it with normal headphones. Most headphones can't handle the bass, the detail, the dynamics. Bottom line, the music doesn't move you,” Dr. Dre asserts. You too can use the sound/hearing equipment big name recording artists use in the studio. Beats by Dr. Dre High Performance Headphones from Monster are all the rage. Chances are your teenager wants a set. They are available in a variety of styles. An over-ear set, the Just Beats Solo inspired by Justin Beiber is $199.95. Desire a High Definition listening experience? The Solo HD Over-Ear set comes in at $229.95. This set is said to protect the bass sound and give the listener the full experience of their favorite music. Got a future recording artist in the family? They may prefer Beats Pro, which is set up particularly for use in the studio. Beats