Friday, December 28, 2007

dec 28 2007 new epier listing

The item I put up for sale this week is a 1993 Golden 100-piece puzzle with a picture of what I believe is the first in a series of Mermaid Barbie dolls.

Friday, December 21, 2007

dec 21 2007 new epier listing

This is my latest epier listing. It's for Barbie Loves Tweety from 1999.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

dec 15 2007 new epier listing

I add one new item to epier every Friday. This is the listing for this week:
It's Barbie's infamous blue and brown dress from 1977.
I was a little disappointed last night that nothing else sold. I had more lookers this past week than I've ever had before. I suspect it's because I finally figured out how to advertise my listings on other sites.

Saturday, December 8, 2007

epier items

I've been placing items for sale at for weeks now, but have only just today discovered how to put a link for all of my items. It is
This is what I have:
1969 Twist N Turn Francie original pink swimsuit
1999 Bubble Fairy Christie NRFB
Barbie Benetton Fashion #9474 NRFB from 1991
Barbie Fashion Fun #7902 from 1986
Hot Stuff Skipper original outfit from 1986
How Stella Got Her Groove Back press kit
MC Hammer fashion #1093 NRFB from 1992
red and white crocheted potholder from the 1950s
The Return of Starbuck VHS and some other Battlestar Galactica items
Skipper #9747 Red Set for When It's Wet raincoat from 1977

Friday, December 7, 2007

Dec 7 2007 November WCPO pre-emptions

WCPO pre-empted only one program in November. Of course, it was one I watch regularly, so I missed some things.
Thursday, Nov. 29, 8 p.m., Outta Control Christmas instead of Ugly Betty.
Meanwhile, WXIX had two pre-emptions:
Monday, Nov. 26, 8 p.m., college basketball instead of House and K-Ville. House aired at 11 p.m. that night and K-Ville at 11 p.m. Tuesday night.
I don't mind WXIX's pre-emptions because (1) I know it is something people actually watch and (2) the station shows the regular programming at 11 p.m., rather than at 2:30 a.m. the next morning like WCPO does.

Thursday, December 6, 2007

dec 6 2007 october pre-emptions

Since October was high season for the new TV series, there was only one set of pre-emptions that month.
The storm on Thursday night, Oct. 18, was infuriating for TV viewers. This is what was pre-empted:
1. WKRC/CBS. WKRC broke into Viva Laughlin! three different times for a few minutes each beginning about 10 p.m. Fortunately, the station had the common sense to return to the show after the announcements. Since I stayed up, I noticed that it also showed Late Night With David Letterman beginning at 11:30 p.m.
2. I am very glad that I wasn’t watching the programming on WCPO/ABC or WLWT/NBC. Both stations broke into their regular 10 p.m. programming and never did return. They showed the same weather map and talking meteorologist head for the rest of the night. As I was still up, I noticed that not only did they not show their regular 11 p.m. news, they didn’t show the NBC and ABC programming at 11:30 p.m. either.