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Gilbert's Magnets

So Gilbert is selling magnets featuring quotes from his own blog? And not only that, but Gilbert is selling magnets featuring slightly altered quotes, changing "just give me season tickets to any arena and let me sit there with 20,000 other 'crazy' AND 'quirky' people" to 'crazy' OR 'quirky' people." Among NBA stars, I'm guessing only Gilbert would incorrectly quote himself while selling his words for $5 on the Internet.

(As a caveat, I would guess that these magnets have been available for months, that someone else has already blogged about them, and possibly that if you order them you instead receive in the mail a stuffed glider monkey.)

And I don't want to pick nits here, but jeez, now that he's actually selling (or has actually been selling for months) items slapped with the "Agent Zero" moniker, you'd think he could at least send some gameworn undershirts to the Wizznutzz, who coined that name lo so many years ago.

Other magnets available for purchase: "Hibachi," "My Swag was Phenomenal," "The People's Champ" and "Quality Shot." And yeah, I'm thinking I should sell magnets quoting my own blog. Figure "As a caveat, I would guess that these magnets have been available for months," would be a big seller.

By Dan Steinberg  |  May 27, 2008; 4:13 PM ET
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I want a "Today's Top 5" magnet to put above the grocery list I keep on my fridge but never update.

Posted by: MDT | May 27, 2008 4:39 PM | Report abuse

Fine! I'll make your t-shirts already. Just tell me what you want it to say.

(it better have cheese references, or I'm not doing it.)

Posted by: Dan Levy | May 27, 2008 4:53 PM | Report abuse

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