Buy low, sell high applies to garage sales and eBay, too|Claudia Mullins, local columnist

Last week we discussed the Annual Spring Trash Pick-Up, or ASTPU, and the potential treasures that await the savvy scavenger along the fair streets of Norwalk. But with ASTPU in the air, can garage sales be far behind? No. So in preparation of this joyous season, I'm cleaning out my closets and brushing up on my eBay selling skills. That's right. I'm going to buy interesting junk for next to nothing, or better yet, find it along the street while cleverly disguised in the dead of night, then turn around and make a killing on eBay. In theory, this is a brilliant scheme. But in reality, I've had only limited success.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

Last week we discussed the Annual Spring Trash Pick-Up, or ASTPU, and the potential treasures that await the savvy scavenger along the fair streets of Norwalk. But with ASTPU in the air, can garage sales be far behind? No.

So in preparation of this joyous season, I'm cleaning out my closets and brushing up on my eBay selling skills. That's right. I'm going to buy interesting junk for next to nothing, or better yet, find it along the street while cleverly disguised in the dead of night, then turn around and make a killing on eBay. In theory, this is a brilliant scheme. But in reality, I've had only limited success.

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