Lou Pearlman item No. 2

I saw this on Craigslist, where I totally wasn't browsing the "Casual Encounters" section: "Whomever is doing the aution today STOLE personal items belonging to former employees and is auctioning them off right now! Beware, if you make a purchase, you'll hear from attorneys to get those items back. If someone else's name is on the merchandise, be real careful!!"

Indeed, there was a lot of miscellaneous shit there: Pictures of people's kids, five-year-old head shots, CDs from wannabes of all makes and models. And it all went to auction, because the office seriously looked like everyone walked out yesterday and all this shit was just left behind.


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