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The World is Ending, and Rich People Are Crying (Literally) Over the Four Seasons

Last week was my first, and last, time at the Four Seasons Restaurant. While I’m a born and bred New Yorker, I never had the fortune of eating at the preferred lunch venue of the city’s elite—the first to offer a seasonal menu and California wine when it opened in 1959—while it was still located inside the Seagram building.  685 more words


There’s Nothing Like Trying Something New

If you’ve been bidding for some time at DealDash you have a “style” of bidding, you like to bid that way and it’s worked for you.   544 more words


1000 Free Bids go to…

The best photo of the week goes to Jen. Congratulations! You just won 1000 free DealDash bids for posting this great photo of the KitchenAid Mixer (valued at $426) that you won for only $0.01 during our FREE Auction Wins promotion. 55 more words


Another Real BC Revolution

Another real revolution that has nothing to do … sadly … with Bernie Sanders and the presidential races. This one has to do with the real reach and promises of what I think of as the nodeular reach that underlies the building of our BlockChain Society. 69 more words


Auction Report: Mecum, Harrisburg PA, July 2016

Mecum Auctions came back to Harrisburg PA for the third consecutive year, and held its auction event at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex on July 21-23, 2016. 2,506 more words


Calm control trumps showmanship as Bronte Manuel wins REISA Auctioneering Championship second year in a row

Written by Rubik Roy

Rubik is a Master of Journalism graduate from the University of Queensland. He also has Law and Arts degrees from the Australian National University and is currently pursuing a PhD in Creative Writing from Flinders University. 779 more words

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Win, BIN or Walk Away

We all go into an auction to win it, some people even say that in their comment, “In it to win it”, well ok we’re all are here to win.   673 more words