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Rachel Marsden in Jimmy WalesHe was the founder of Wikipedia. She was a right-wing TV commentator. Then he dumped her via Wikipedia. So now she’s selling his clothes on eBay. The sweater and t-shirt (with two small white stains) have apparently been washed twice in extra-strength detergent, “otherwise they would not be in salable condition”. Ms Marsden models both garments herself, and apologises for her hair being in a mess: “I’m in break-up mode right now”. With the sweater currently standing at more than $200 with 9 days left to go, it seems she may get the last laugh.

If you want the whole lowdown on this rather sorry tale, Gawker has it.

9 Responses

  1. “Marsden subsequently told friends that Wales gave her feedback on her website design — is that what kids are calling it these days? — for 24 hours straight in a D.C. hotel.”

    😯

    That must be that course in xxxhtml between the stylesheets.

  2. Buyers with more money than sense, Lynne? I think we’d all welcome a few more of them

    yeeeess, of course, but the ones I have had who have paid over the odds have often also had more nuisance value than sense too…. 😥

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