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GLENN: Also, I have to tell you something. This is real -- my wife just said to me, "Oh, my goodness," last night. We were laying in -- we were laying in bed and she asked me, you know, how is the U pillar thing going and I said, I don't know. I haven't checked it. I said, I think tomorrow is the last day. Today is the last day for U Pillar. We're selling all of the stuff at our house and she just says, oh, my goodness. I said, what? And she said, these two couches, they're from Lilly & August and they're these great couches, I guess, and they were in our living room for, you know, the last couple of years. They're going -- two of them are going for $900 and she told me how much they -- she told me how much they cost last night. I'm, like, we spent what on couches? It's insane. It's -- there's some really good deals on some really good furniture. This dining room table which I'm really regretting selling, because I think it's $900, too, the dining room table, I think, was, like, $6,000. It's old -- it was made by an old guy in England and it's fantastic. It's really beautiful. I love it. I don't know why we sold it, but I love it. And it's stuff from our house and all of the proceeds go to charity. So, I mean, you know, if you're looking for something, I mean, you could -- let's just say if you're really rich, it's really -- it's going to a good cause. If you're not really rich, the deals are really good. If you're looking for something nice, some of the stuff is really good. By the way, I haven't seen -- lost in transit someplace is one of my paintings. I sold one of my paintings and it's from a few years ago and it was the last one I painted, I think, before Peter Max and I didn't like any of my paintings. I never finished them. I didn't like any of them and then Peter Max, the artist, called me up one day. He was a fan of the show or -- I don't know -- maybe I was in prison and it was the only thing that he could listen to and he said, you know, you're having problems painting and stuff and he said, come over and he did and he just changed my whole perspective on painting and this is the last painting I painted before I met with him and I walked around the house and the kids didn't want to -- want me to sell any of the paintings and -- except that one. They were, like, yeah, that one can go, Dad. So, it might only be worth, like, $2, but I haven't seen it up there. So, we'll have to look for that, but today is the last day at U, the letter U, P I L L A R, Upillar.com and I guess everything comes with a certificate of authenticity which I don't even know what that means. I guess it's just a letter from me, signed by me that says, yep, it was in my house. Like that makes it -- that may decrease the value. Here's what you do. You go to U Pillar and you find something and you buy it for one of your liberal friends and then you give it to them and then they put it in the house and you get the ugliest thing you can think of, look for the worst thing you can think of it and make it into a very big deal that this was, like, give to you by your mother and it's really -- and that way they have to put it up and come over to their house a lot, so they have to put it someplace and then about halfway through the year, just say, By the way, that didn't come from my Mom. That was from Glenn Beck's house. You've got a little bit of Glenn Beck in you. Yeah.
PAT: That would be especially nice on, like, the ceramic rooster or something, you know, get something that might not -
GLENN: My wife hated that ceramic rooster. That's the first thing she said. I said, What do you think we get rid of some of the stuff in our house? She's like, the ceramic rooster? I said, Yeah. I hate that damn thing. It, like, spooks me in the middle of the night. Why is there a rooster?!
PAT: Do you know who gave it to you? Any idea?
GLENN: Like I'm going to say that?
PAT: Well --
GLENN: There are a couple of people -- I'm not going to say their name. There are a few people that have called and said, you got rid of -- yes, yes, we did, and it's -- but it's for charity. It's not that we didn't like it, unless you gave us the rooster. We hate that damn thing. But, anyway,
STU: $200 for that rooster, by the way. That's pretty impressive.
GLENN: It's a big rooster.
PAT: And ceramic.
GLENN: What? Come on. You don't --
STU: A big is a ceramic rooster.
PAT: Not paper mache or something. It's ceramic.
GLENN: So, what time does this thing end today? Do you know? Does it have a cutoff time?
STU: It ends 12-9, 2010, tomorrow, at 8:41 p.m.
GLENN: Oh. Tomorrow.
STU: Mountain time.
GLENN: 8:41 p.m.
STU: Mountain time.
GLENN: Mountain time.
GLENN: All right.
STU: And this has a chip on it. The --
GLENN: That's right. They all have chips.
STU: No. Just like --
GLENN: They all have chips. That way we can track --
STU: No, no. That's different. I'm talking about the actual ceramic rooster.
GLENN: Oh. What I'm saying is there is not a chip.
GLENN: Make sure you give the rooster to your most liberal friend.