Markets in Everything.com

A chronological index to Tyler Cowen & Alex Tabarrok's Markets in Everything posts at MarginalRevolution.com.

Books by Tyler Cowen

Books by Alex Tarrabok

September 2014

  1. Airline food at home (September 18)
  1. Grandfather prostitution (September 18)
  1. Blood from ebola survivors (September 15)
  1. Fake casts (September 10)
  1. Rental cats for closing a mortgage (September 3)
  1. Interracial Chinese marriages (September 1)
  1. Chinese insurance (September 1)

August 2014

  1. Anti-date rape fingernail polish (August 25)
  1. Super Bowl halftime show (August 24)
  1. Medical malpractice mobs (August 23)
  1. Japanese "Dutch wife" doll (August 14)
  1. Fair trade cocaine (August 12)
  1. Jetpack rides (August 9)
  1. Ransomware (August 7)
  1. Cappuccino potato chips (August 3)

July 2014

  1. Indian monkey costumes (July 31)
  1. In-game hitmen (July 29)
  1. Al Qaeda kidnappings (July 29)
  1. Golf insurance (July 26)
  1. Professional track pacers (July 25)
  1. Chinese army recruits (July 19)
  1. Pawn shop for athletes (July 18)
  1. Equine service job (July 16)
  1. Jeans designed by lions and tigers (July 11)
  1. Human props to sell real estate (July 9)
  1. Emotional auctions (July 6)
  1. Simulated zombie attacks (July 6)
  1. Canadian accent training (July 4)
  1. Electronic medical records (July 2)
  1. Fashion face masks (July 1)

June 2014

  1. Forced holidays (June 28)
  1. Biting at the World Cup (June 25)
  1. Executing arbitrary code (June 20)
  1. Time spent reading (June 18)
  1. Dollars in Venezuela (June 11)
  1. $8 ice cubes (June 7)
  1. Horse head pillows (June 5)

May 2014

  1. Packing for summer camp (May 26)
  1. Men's underwear with pockets (May 19)
  1. Call options for airline tickets (May 16)
  1. Acknowledgements in the preface of a book (May 15)
  1. Tyler visits a toilet-themed restaurant in Shanghai (May 13)
  1. Prison meditation (May 11)
  1. Parking spots and prom dates (May 9)
  1. License plates (May 6)
  1. Latrine odor judges (May 2)

April 2014

  1. Anti-loneliness cafes (April 28)
  1. Restaurants with tables for one (April 26)
  1. Turtle taxis (April 25)
  1. Powdered alcohol (April 24)
  1. Positive pregnancy tests (April 17)
  1. Jobs that exist only in one country (April 16)
  1. Restaurant that Googles its customers (April 14)
  1. Viagra ice cream (April 14)
  1. An Ayn Rand musical (April 11)
  1. Payment in selfies (April 6)
  1. International lobbying graduate degree (April 5)
  1. In-state tuition (April 1)

March 2014

  1. Ovulation discounts for conceiving on holiday (March 29)
  1. Cable bill negotiations (March 28)
  1. "Keep calm and read Mankiw" poster (March 26)
  1. Hotels for cadavers (March 24)
  1. Ski holiday (March 18)
  1. Selfish gene cafe (March 17)
  1. Horse head squirrel feeder (March 9)
  1. Heroin at support meetings for addicts (March 8)
  1. Prostitution training (March 5)

February 2014

  1. Olympic protest rights (February 25)
  1. Private bathrooms in New York (February 22)
  1. Vancouver crack pipes (February 10)
  1. Canadian House of Commons plants (February 9)
  1. Medical actors (February 5)

January 2014

  1. Spotify-enabled casket (January 28)
  1. Japanese "true love" bra (January 26)
  1. 3-D printed babies (January 18)
  1. Cafes that charge by the minute (January 10)
  1. Weird Japanese toothpates and Swiss nihilist toothpaste (January 9)
  1. Used lottery tickets (January 7)

December 2013

  1. Ashes preserved as a vinyl record (December 19)
  1. Coat checks in airports (December 15)
  1. Private investigators to spy on family members (December 8)
  1. Rental jeans (December 2)

November 2013

  1. Reverse shoplifting (November 29)
  1. Fake slums for luxury tourists (November 26)
  1. Testicle car (November 24)
  1. Nanny education (November 14)
  1. Squats for train tickets (November 13)
  1. Paid friends (November 12)
  1. Monetizing website traffic via bitcoin mining (November 12)
  1. USPS Sunday package deliveries (November 11)
  1. Burger wrapper (November 7)
  1. Joyce Zhou (November 6)
  1. Cologne for cows (November 4)
  1. ifonly.com (November 1)

October 2013

  1. Owl friendly cafes (October 30)
  1. Black rhino hunting permit (October 28)
  1. Private wooden bridges (October 27)
  1. Winston Churchill martini (October 26)
  1. Receptionists (October 25)
  1. Somali piracy (October 23)
  1. Japanese living wallet (October 20)
  1. Japanese wine for cats (October 18)
  1. Raw milk vending machines (October 17)
  1. Course in Applied Homelessness (October 8)
  1. Upscale porta-potties (October 7)
  1. Betting market in how long the shutdown will last (October 3)
  1. Dating website with paid options to filter out fat and ugly people (October 3)
  1. Roadkill (October 2)

September 2013

  1. Fake articles in journals (September 30)
  1. Designer American babies for the Chinese elite (September 26)
  1. University classes (September 22)
  1. Artisanal pencil sharpening (September 20)
  1. Homeless using bitcoin (September 20)
  1. Bank notes with interesting serial numbers (September 19)
  1. Danish freegan restaurant (September 19)
  1. Martian mineral water (September 14)
  1. Toilet themed restaurants and a computer fit for the Amish (September 11)

August 2013

  1. Hospital-themed restaurant (August 29)
  1. Full moon insurance (August 27)
  1. Korean faeces wine and modern toilet restaurant (August 25)
  1. Chinese meal delivery parties (August 19)
  1. Personal drones (August 18)
  1. Bunny cafes & a guide to getting accepted into an Economics Ph.d. program (August 17)
  1. Politicians driving cabs (August 13)
  1. iPad training for pets (August 13)
  1. Parkour (August 10)
  1. Click farms (August 4)

July 2013

  1. Mayan-language telenovelas (July 28)
  1. Gold for weight loss and Japanese shouting vase, etc. (July 22)
  1. Driving across bridge (July 20)
  1. Hunting licenses for drones (July 18)
  1. Visiting your parents (July 14)
  1. Palm reading plastic surgery (July 12)
  1. Paying soccer fans to not yell profane chants (July 12)
  1. Japanese mob magazine (July 11)
  1. Nazi-themed Thai fried chicken (July 5)
  1. Adult wet nurses (July 4)

June 2013

  1. Professional liars (June 27)
  1. Fur coat made out of chest hair (June 26)
  1. Pork coated bullets (June 25)
  1. Electronic gaming headset (June 22)
  1. Guinea pig armor and seasteading (June 16)
  1. Czech corruption bus safari (June 14)
  1. Court fool (June 13)
  1. LBJ tweet (June 10)
  1. Gravy candy (June 6)

May 2013

  1. Watching streaming video to see if doctor's wash their hands (May 30)
  1. AER Publication (May 30)
  1. Ugly Christmas sweaters (May 27)
  1. Bea Arthur painting (May 16)
  1. Disabled guides at Disneyland (May 14)
  1. Nearly extinct fish (May 14)
  1. Methadone vomit (May 9)
  1. Company logo tattoes (May 3)
  1. Womens underwear for men (May 1)

April 2013

  1. Rhode Island breast milk jewelry (April 25)
  1. Milton Berle's joke files (April 24)
  1. Reading rights for library books (April 23)
  1. Press credentials for German neo-Nazi trial (April 19)
  1. 10% of future income (April 15)
  1. Professionally photographed vacations (April 11)
  1. Coffee cups for squirrels (April 10)
  1. Foreign correspondents phone numbers (April 9)
  1. Anti-rape lingerie (April 7)
  1. Cougar cruises (April 3)
  1. Kidnappings (April 2)

March 2013

  1. Bitcoin ATM (March 27)
  1. Celiac questions (March 27)
  1. Athiest-branded packaging tape (March 27)
  1. Ambulance taxis (March 24)
  1. Rocketry golf (March 18)
  1. Safety belt clothing (March 15)
  1. Cadavers (March 14)
  1. Useless machines (March 13)
  1. Paying rice farmers not to farm rice (March 7)
  1. Tumeric futures (March 6)
  1. Seedbombs (March 5)
  1. University steak (March 3)
  1. Great Famine spud (March 2)

February 2013

  1. Nanny consultant (February 28)
  1. Austerity wine (February 28)
  1. Personalized gummy figurines (February 26)
  1. Superhero window washers and Japanese leg advertising (February 21)
  1. Baby dolls "reborn" (February 20)
  1. Eyelid stickers (February 15)
  1. Used LEGO blocks (February 7)
  1. Child potty with built-in iPad stand (February 6)
  1. Divorced with children ring (February 5)
  1. Whale vomit (February 2)

January 2013

  1. A kiss (January 29)
  1. Stair racing (January 26)
  1. Opera based on tweets (January 17)
  1. Ayatollah air freshener (January 13)
  1. Hollywood diners (January 12)
  1. Dead mice (January 9)
  1. Money for not voting (January 7)
  1. Fashion braces (January 6)
  1. Fishing spots (January 6)
  1. Training to become a Jewish prophet (January 1)

December 2012

  1. Cell phone buy back ATM (December 24)
  1. Coffin therapy (December 24)
  1. Credit card size gold bars (December 22)
  1. Bullet proof backpacks (December 20)
  1. Prison snitches (December 15)
  1. Hugging kindergarteners (December 14)
  1. Vastu Shastra consultancy (December 14)
  1. High-frequency trading opera (December 12)
  1. East German pharmaceutical testing (December 9)
  1. Diamonds from cremated pet remains (December 6)
  1. Bad Yelp reviews (December 5)
  1. Mustache implants (December 4)
  1. Online poker site account balances (December 4)

November 2012

  1. Caviar vending machine (November 27)
  1. Breast milk barter exchange (November 21)
  1. Prison space (November 19)
  1. Airsoft combat training (November 17)
  1. Credits to play ball (November 16)
  1. Brazilian dog motels (November 12)
  1. 3D photo printing booth (November 11)
  1. Klein bottles and other gifts for science geeks (November 6)
  1. Gas for sex (November 6)
  1. Rabbinic ordination tests (November 5)
  1. Picking up report cards and attending parent-teacher conferences (November 1)

October 2012

  1. Using Siri to find hookers in China (October 30)
  1. Thai face-slapping (October 26)
  1. Virginity (October 25)
  1. Fictional standard loneliness package (October 24)
  1. Klingon wedding ceremony (October 20)
  1. Short term car loans from airport parking lots (October 17)
  1. Canceled weddings (October 11)
  1. Anti-Gangnam merchandise (October 8)

September 2012

  1. Lady Gaga's parent's restaraunt (September 28)
  1. Malaysian car wash and massage parlor (September 27)
  1. Aerial dogfights (September 17)
  1. Ice cream shadow bank (September 15)
  1. Monthly Polish exorcism magazine (September 15)
  1. RFID-enabled garbage cans (September 14)
  1. Nobel prize winner as advertiser (September 6)
  1. Welsh prison restaurant (September 1)

August 2012

  1. Sun-safe swimwear and anti-date rape straws (August 24)
  1. Paternity testing truck (August 19)
  1. Spells, prayers, and hexes on eBay (August 17)
  1. 19th-century anti-masturbation device (August 10)
  1. Cardboard bicycles (August 9)
  1. Blurry glasses (August 8)

July 2012

  1. Human hair (July 31)
  1. Indonesian traffic jockeys (July 28)
  1. Dog friendly fine dining (July 27)
  1. Fiat with a built-in espresso machine (July 25)
  1. Romney look alikes (July 18)
  1. Burnable flags (July 17)
  1. World's most expensive hamburger (July 15)
  1. Books printed in disappearing ink (July 6)
  1. Wedding gift insurance (July 3)

June 2012

  1. Premarital investigations (June 30)
  1. A Tuscan village (June 28)
  1. Condoms to get you pregnate and DNA sterilisation teams (June 26)
  1. Money cologne (June 23)
  1. Canine training aids for the detection of corpses (June 20)
  1. Horror story toilet paper (June 19)
  1. Euro 2012 fans (June 18)
  1. Karl Marx credit card (June 16)
  1. Conflict cuisine (June 16)
  1. Shipwrecked champagne (June 10)
  1. Wealth of Nations booze book (June 8)
  1. Friends for mass killer in prison (June 5)

May 2012

  1. Radio call-in actors, unused parking meter time and hurricane simulation videos (May 31)
  1. Powdered human flesh (May 25)
  1. Urinating monkeys (May 24)
  1. Cooked genitals (May 22)
  1. Torturer wanted (May 21)
  1. Hangers that count Facebook likes (May 14)
  1. Banned baseball player autographs (May 13)
  1. Gang vodka (May 11)
  1. Spoons, patriotic kitchen skillets and evil-child stalking clowns (May 8)
  1. Recipes in Singapore (May 4)

April 2012

  1. Eco-friendly shopping bag/helmet (April 26)
  1. Concealed carry apparel (April 25)
  1. Black box car insurance (April 20)
  1. Prison consultants (April 9)
  1. $5 services (April 7)
  1. Callboy service for female students (April 5)
  1. Chinese press coverage (April 4)

March 2012

  1. Car horns in India (March 31)
  1. Twitter feeds printed on toilet paper (March 29)
  1. Prisons in El Salvador (March 25)
  1. Electricity generating soccer ball (March 21)
  1. European drugs resold in other european countries (March 15)
  1. Homeless hotspots (March 13)
  1. Syrian weapons (March 11)
  1. American high school exchanges (March 10)
  1. NFL hits (March 5)
  1. "Face time" facelift (March 1)

February 2012

  1. Providers bid on providing health care to patients (February 29)
  1. Levitating homes (February 29)
  1. French and Italian villages (February 28)
  1. Odd book titles (February 26)
  1. For hire pet-cat catcher (February 24)
  1. Fake iPhone signature (February 24)
  1. Negative Greek salaries (February 22)
  1. Dog TV (February 22)
  1. A mug which keeps your moustache dry. (February 20)
  1. Extra credit for voting (February 19)
  1. Male honey-trapper (February 19)
  1. White supremacists and black gang members collaborating to make meth (February 18)
  1. Show-jumping rabbits (February 11)
  1. Pigeon racing (February 6)
  1. Naming rights to bathrooms (February 6)
  1. Nigerian brides (February 3)
  1. Pennsylvania porcupines (February 2)
  1. Blood and love letter transcriptions (February 2)

January 2012

  1. Life coaches (January 29)
  1. Hotel for dead bodies (January 26)
  1. Obama's State of the Union clich&eacute (January 24)
  1. Forged Talibian death threats (January 19)
  1. Toy drones (January 17)
  1. Japanese face cream made from nightingale droppings (January 14)
  1. Mashmallow flavored vodka (January 12)
  1. Altar bread (January 10)
  1. Scottish whiskey (January 9)
  1. The ancient chiense ritual of "da siu yan" (January 8)
  1. Zombie apocalypse store (January 2)

December 2011

  1. Property not [yet?] for sale (December 30)
  1. Taliban ringtones (December 28)
  1. Company insiders (December 24)
  1. Heebster bar (December 24)
  1. Brainy bibs for baby (December 22)
  1. Black market student lunches (December 21)
  1. Dogs dyed to look like pandas (December 19)
  1. Irish debt burden (December 18)
  1. Tumbleweeds (December 18)
  1. Students pay to stop listening to Justin Bieber (December 16)
  1. Sheep botanists, dolphin-whale cooperation and Taxi auctions (December 16)
  1. Japanese ski resort toilets and Irish betting odds on wooly mammoth cloning (December 13)
  1. Magic tricks (December 10)
  1. Occupy San Francisco tent rental (December 9)
  1. British dating site for royals, peers, aristocrats and eligible commoners (December 7)
  1. American horror theatre (December 6)
  1. Ron Paul cookbook, Bin Laden bread, and Crematorium generated electricity (December 1)

November 2011

  1. Three player chess (November 30)
  1. Farming out chores (November 29)
  1. Masochist videos (November 23)
  1. Italian love songs (November 22)
  1. "World's best economics department" (November 20)
  1. Employer who offers to pay trainees to quit (November 19)
  1. Erotic novels from religious publishers (November 17)
  1. Hostage data (November 15)
  1. Publishing nude photos (November 15)
  1. Victoria's Secret angels (November 12)
  1. Parking in Naples (November 3)

October 2011

  1. Chebureki filled with human flesh (October 29)
  1. Cell phone storage trucks and Endangered species vomit remains (October 28)
  1. Chrome trout (October 26)
  1. Hallmark card for a job loss (October 25)
  1. Shalit shirts (October 24)
  1. Disarranged teeth (October 23)
  1. Physical bitcoins and guns bartered for exotic animals (October 23)
  1. Israeli signaling (October 17)
  1. JSTOR for life (October 17)
  1. Police lineups (October 16)
  1. Cosmetic gynaecology (October 16)
  1. Economist Nouriel Roubini's firm (October 12)
  1. Cremated human ash shotgun shells (October 3)
  1. Airplane evacuation training (October 1)
  1. Human eggs (October 1)

September 2011

  1. Professional baseball (September 25)
  1. Twitter-enabled alarm alarm clock (September 24)
  1. Judicial clerkships (September 24)
  1. Guinea pig rentals (September 21)
  1. Greenwich time (September 19)
  1. Eel spa treatements (September 18)
  1. Japanese corpse hotel (September 14)
  1. Wimbledon bonds (September 12)
  1. Church furnishings (September 9)
  1. Bathroom rental app (September 5)
  1. Mermaids (September 3)
  1. Cash as art (September 1)

August 2011

  1. Chinese eco-tourism resort in Iceland (August 30)
  1. Han Solo in carbonite ice cube tray (August 26)
  1. Rent a backyard by the hour (August 19)
  1. Brand name Korean paper bags and designer umbrellas (August 18)
  1. Mosque.com, Muhammad.com and Allah.com (August 17)
  1. Celebrity anti-endorsements (August 17)
  1. Japanese property rights (August 13)
  1. iPad covers made from Bernie Madoff's pants, iPad parking space auction app, and fungi (August 12)
  1. Aluminum baseball bats (August 9)
  1. Bonds that pay higher if the CEO is appointed to a government position (August 7)
  1. Waterproof books (August 6)
  1. Economy designer (August 5)
  1. Sports numbers (August 3)

July 2011

  1. Dancing squid dish (July 31)
  1. Tanning concierges (July 30)
  1. Hitler-themed beer (July 29)
  1. Nigerian traffic (July 28)
  1. Gold for dog poo (July 28)
  1. Police selling victims contact information (July 24)
  1. Snore absorption rooms (July 23)
  1. Express pass for buying gasoline during a hurricane (July 22)
  1. Invisible art (July 21)
  1. Funeral strippers (July 17)
  1. Fat woman eating (July 14)
  1. Telegram writing service (July 13)
  1. Rubber glove with horse spit (July 12)
  1. Drunken puppy-buying banned (July 10)
  1. Murphy-Krugman debate (July 9)
  1. Peruvian frog juice (July 8)
  1. Suicide bombers (July 4)
  1. Back yard and indoor camping (July 3)
  1. Intentionally flawed goods (July 1)
  1. Naming a character in Harry Potter (July 1)

June 2011

  1. Paying citizens to move elsewhere (June 29)
  1. Petting zoo with lions, tigers and bears, etc. (June 28)
  1. Gender pedagogues (June 27)
  1. Helping people stay in the closet (June 24)
  1. Brothel for women (June 21)
  1. "Mommy Tummy" suite (June 18)
  1. Spam ebooks (June 17)
  1. Muderabilia (June 16)
  1. Hangmen in India (June 14)
  1. Right to use the name "Andrew" on MR (June 11)
  1. Czech Elephant dung (June 11)
  1. Alibis (June 7)
  1. Treadmills for dogs, animal wipes, pet shampoos, candles for dogs and gourmet dog food (June 6)
  1. Playing in the dirt with bulldozers (June 6)

May 2011

  1. Used parking tickets (May 31)
  1. Chinese prisoners farm gold (May 27)
  1. Denmark bans Marmite (May 25)
  1. Barbara's Bakery Peanut Butter Puffin Cereal (May 14)
  1. Sicilian businesses that don't pay protection money to the Mafia (May 9)
  1. Watches that let you adjust the speed of time (May 6)
  1. Children paid for kicked balls (May 3)
  1. Treehouses for grown-ups (May 1)

April 2011

  1. Perfumes you can't even smell (April 28)
  1. Dating auction site and earthworms (April 27)
  1. Royal wedding themed cheese board and other foods and beverages (April 26)
  1. Betting on the color of the Queen's hat (April 24)
  1. The spermbike (April 20)
  1. 2-D glasses (April 20)
  1. Newspaper rentals (April 19)
  1. Inflatable crowds (April 16)
  1. Houses as painted billboards (April 14)
  1. Videos of women beating homeless men (April 13)
  1. Ping pong paddle hotel and burning paper iPads to honor the dead (April 8)

March 2011

  1. Kidney for cricket ticket (March 28)
  1. Creative pencil sharpeners (March 26)
  1. Asperger's comedy troupe (March 25)
  1. Paid to stop demonstrating (March 24)
  1. Surrogate fatherhood (March 23)
  1. Radiation gauges at restaurants and hoof shoes (March 21)
  1. Hook Chas up (March 18)
  1. McWeddings (March 17)
  1. Friendship advice from Dilbert (March 17)
  1. North Korean food in Virginia (March 14)
  1. Earthquake and tsunami bonds (March 11)
  1. Variable-priced airline tickets (March 10)
  1. Japanese elder porn (March 10)
  1. Elfoid homunculus cellphone (March 10)
  1. North Korean food and Study abroad in North Korea (March 9)
  1. Pet dogs herd sheep (March 5)
  1. Portable baptismal pools (March 4)
  1. Breast milk ice cream banned in Britain (March 2)

February 2011

  1. Breast milk ice cream (February 25)
  1. Turtlecalls (February 24)
  1. New Zeland horse semen (February 22)
  1. Kung Fu (February 18)
  1. Full price designer clothes (February 16)
  1. Interest rates tied to weight loss (February 16)
  1. Spouse's laundry (February 14)
  1. Sensorial tableware (February 10)
  1. Increasingly valuable twitter followers (February 6)
  1. Rental pandas (February 2)

January 2011

  1. Royal wedding commemorative condoms (January 29)
  1. DEA rubber ducks (January 27)
  1. Human cheese (January 22)
  1. Metro station naming rights (January 21)
  1. Fake marijuana plants (January 13)
  1. Escaping traffic jams in China (January 9)
  1. Open doors with your foot (January 8)
  1. Stolen iTunes accounts (January 7)
  1. Undeveloped Ecuadorian oil field (January 5)
  1. Human manure, skinny jeans, blue crabs, and pig-intestine rolls in North Korea (January 3)
  1. Selected Nuclear Systems eBook (January 2)

December 2010

  1. Prison release in exchange for kidney donation (December 30)
  1. Guns in Mexico (December 29)
  1. Luxury yacht controllable via an iPad (December 28)
  1. Abusive Bank of America domains (December 23)
  1. Doctor paid to diagnose fantasy jocks (December 20)
  1. Drinking buddies (December 16)
  1. Smaller than usual Swiss condoms (December 15)
  1. World babies (December 11)
  1. Gloves for texting (December 10)
  1. Name your very own mathematical theorem (December 7)
  1. Irish IMF-protest boxer shorts (December 7)
  1. 4th amendment underclothes and Pet's eye view cameras (December 5)
  1. Investing in lawsuits (December 4)
  1. Permits to let dogs run off-leash in parks (December 3)
  1. Greenland ice cubes (December 1)

November 2010

  1. Diplomatic ties with China (November 27)
  1. A bookstore for banned books (November 24)
  1. Experimental medical research protocols (November 23)
  1. Dealing with your health insurance paperwork (November 23)
  1. Betting on the royal wedding (November 19)
  1. Latin American baseball players (November 18)
  1. Gay coffins & gay Christmas trees (November 18)
  1. Career paper mill writer (November 16)
  1. Brand disgrace insurance (November 16)
  1. Million dollar advent calendar (November 14)
  1. Tours for stuffed animals (November 13)
  1. Lending goats (November 10)
  1. Baby foreskins (November 9)
  1. Monkey snuggles (November 9)
  1. Paying for red lights to go green and cell phone storage for high school students (November 9)
  1. Pee-wee Herman wrestling and Jeff Koons skin-care products (November 4)

October 2010

  1. Bring your own restaurant gatherings & vending machines with live crabs (October 22)
  1. Extinct and endangered species chess sets (October 21)
  1. Icelandic perfume (October 19)
  1. Pearl necklace (October 18)
  1. Paying bands to go into early retirement (October 17)
  1. Diplomatic relations between the Republic of China and El Salvador (October 15)
  1. Rights to the trapped Chilean miners story (October 11)
  1. Island holiday resort staffed only by blondes (October 9)
  1. One year supply of food (October 7)
  1. Lockup prison restaurant (October 5)
  1. Credit card cosigners (October 2)

September 2010

  1. DUI scooters and lingerie football league (September 30)
  1. Wildfire defense service (September 24)
  1. "Date Check" mobile app (September 23)
  1. KFC apparel adveritising and Chess Grandmasters as clothing models (September 23)
  1. Essays with bad grammar (September 20)
  1. Afghan votes (September 18)
  1. Library scented perfume and nothing (literally) (September 18)
  1. Celebrity twitter followers charity auction (September 17)
  1. Religious search engines (September 14)
  1. Tweet-based pricing (September 13)
  1. Tyler on Henry on Hayek on "markets in everything" and strange Japanese toys (September 13)
  1. Speeding up to 90 MPH for one day (September 10)
  1. Chicago Climate Exchange (September 5)
  1. Deep-fried beer (September 4)
  1. Breast implamnts as a political fundraising tool (September 1)

August 2010

  1. Cremated ashes baked into vinyl records (August 31)
  1. Faux oil cleanup stained shoes (August 28)
  1. Virtual assistants on online dating sites (August 28)
  1. Subliminal statistical physics CD (August 27)
  1. Central American sour cream (August 26)
  1. Energy drinks and edible guns (August 24)
  1. News merchant (August 23)
  1. Awesomeness reminders (August 22)
  1. Dating site catering to 'ugly' people (August 22)
  1. Babies rented to beggars (August 19)
  1. Albino body parts (August 19)
  1. Artisanal toothpicks (August 17)
  1. Reciprocal paper citations (August 14)
  1. Artisanal pencil sharpening (August 12)
  1. Gambling on grades (August 10)
  1. Divorce insurance (August 8)
  1. Insect sushi (August 7)
  1. Managing a share sale for 4 cents (August 6)
  1. Speeding ticket insurance (August 3)

July 2010

  1. Dead animals as bottles and assorted lies (July 28)
  1. Confessionals (July 26)
  1. Ice cream truck for dogs (July 21)
  1. Sachin's blood (July 20)
  1. Seat savers (July 18)
  1. Neanderthal DNA test (July 14)
  1. Heroin users blood (July 12)
  1. Vent your frustrations by breaking other people's things (July 9)
  1. Betting markets on betting markets (July 7)
  1. Renting the entire nation of Liechtenstein for a music video (July 3)

June 2010

  1. Ash from Eyjafjallajokull (June 24)
  1. Chinatown shoplifters (June 23)
  1. Hand made mattresses (June 16)
  1. Discounts for finishing your meal (June 14)
  1. Rent a white guy (in China) (June 14)
  1. 900-numbers (June 8)
  1. Common marauding monkey guards (June 6)
  1. French industrial tourism (June 4)
  1. Rock concert for dogs (June 3)
  1. Scouting reports in online gaming (June 3)
  1. Unsold baseball tickets (June 1)

May 2010

  1. Chinese manufacturing suicides (May 29)
  1. Bonds that pay chocolate returns (May 26)
  1. Whistle-blower futures (May 21)
  1. Marijuana crop insurance (May 18)
  1. The "splitter-uppers" (May 12)
  1. Lice eggs (May 11)
  1. Kimchee refrigerator (May 11)
  1. Cat cafes (May 5)
  1. Fare-jumping insurance (May 4)
  1. Cow smuggling (May 3)
  1. Glasses to prevent a gorilla attack (May 2)

April 2010

  1. Princess Leia charity car wash (April 29)
  1. Anti-camera infrared lasers (April 27)
  1. Advertising on urns and small towns on eBay (April 26)
  1. A (faux) children's book on raising your clone as your kid (April 24)
  1. Exercise to generate electricity for food (April 22)
  1. Online shoppers unknowingly sold their souls (April 20)
  1. Oslo to Brussels taxi cab (April 18)
  1. International taxi cab rides (April 17)
  1. Evil clowns (April 15)
  1. Braile porn magazine, hockey night in Liberia, Sarah Palin speaking engagement, and zoos not helping animals (April 14)
  1. Outsourced grades (April 7)
  1. Electronic underpants that send text messages when wet (April 4)
  1. Job references? (April 1)

March 2010

  1. Stroop test toilet paper (March 30)
  1. Pompeii snack bar (March 28)
  1. Restaurant pricing (March 26)
  1. Girl video game players (March 24)
  1. Five dollar jobs (March 21)
  1. Mood signaling lipstick (March 21)
  1. Pre-owned cryogenic equipment (March 18)
  1. Bachelorette barf buckets (March 17)
  1. Opera for babies (March 16)
  1. Experimental philosophy (March 13)
  1. Gnome-be-gone gnomes and pee-pee teepees (March 12)
  1. pencils from human cremains (March 11)
  1. Politically incorrect chess sets (March 11)
  1. Men's underwear subscriptions (March 10)
  1. Right to fix potholes (March 5)
  1. Authentic Japanese Airline outfits (March 3)

February 2010

  1. Abandoned missle sites (February 25)
  1. Haitian sewage disposal (February 20)
  1. Bio-cremation (February 18)
  1. Data on alleged tax evaders (February 17)
  1. Annuities for terminally ill patients (February 16)
  1. Lamps intended to be immediately broken (February 15)
  1. ChatRoulette (February 5)
  1. Anti-theft lunch bags (February 4)

January 2010

  1. Butt covers for pets (January 27)
  1. "Miracle on Hudson" plane (January 24)
  1. Uncollectible artwork (January 20)
  1. Stab vests (January 18)
  1. Cruises to Haiti (January 18)
  1. Life of an artist (January 11)
  1. Fake South Korean funerals (January 4)
  1. Malware anti-virus coverage (January 2)
  1. Placebos (January 1)

December 2009

  1. "Pour chiens" (December 27)
  1. Live-in protestors (December 26)
  1. Chemotherapy cooking classes (December 26)
  1. Australian breast milk (December 21)
  1. Divorce vouchers (December 19)
  1. Tiger and Elin's divorce settlement betting market (December 17)
  1. Android doubles (December 16)
  1. Laptop steering wheel desk (December 12)
  1. Randomized pizza prices (December 10)
  1. Chinese contractual beating limits (December 6)
  1. Leased celebrity wife (December 4)
  1. Chocolate phones (December 2)

November 2009

  1. Thanksgiving dinner dog food (November 26)
  1. Detroit real estate (November 25)
  1. Gang violence as entertainment (November 23)
  1. Human fat (November 20)
  1. MIE vocabulary definition (November 19)
  1. Upscale McDonalds restaurants (November 19)
  1. Personalized music (November 17)
  1. Auctioning cash (November 14)
  1. Teachers paying to be suspended (November 13)
  1. Historical gold price chart jewelry (November 13)
  1. Fine art for custody (November 12)
  1. Twitter-enabled scale (November 10)
  1. Dolphin food (November 4)
  1. Waiting in line for flu shots (November 4)
  1. Newwspapers corruption coverage (November 2)

October 2009

  1. Jesus vs. germs (October 27)
  1. Fake babies (October 24)
  1. German vans (October 23)
  1. Customized cupcake cars (October 22)
  1. Russian armoured cars (October 21)
  1. Canada as the "Irishman's Prize" (October 17)
  1. Unfinished Gershwin songs (October 11)
  1. Betting on college grades (October 8)
  1. Fish in a squirrel suit (October 6)
  1. Essays on Derek Parfit's "On What Matters" (October 5)
  1. Newspaper marijuana critic (October 5)
  1. Advanced invitations for Google Wave (October 4)
  1. "I'll have what he ordered" (October 3)
  1. Throwing up in taxis (October 2)

September 2009

  1. Curved barrel machine gun (September 30)
  1. Psycho donuts (September 28)
  1. South African saliva (September 18)
  1. Llamas as golf caddies (September 17)
  1. Road kill toys (September 15)
  1. New York City garbage cube (September 12)
  1. Sexual misconduct by prison guards (September 11)
  1. The office kid (September 8)
  1. Lingerie football (September 7)
  1. Facebook friends and Twitter followers (September 5)
  1. Sponsored college classes (September 5)
  1. Non-published book reviews (September 5)
  1. Syphoning Venezuelan gasoline in Colombia (September 1)

August 2009

  1. Revenge flyers (August 27)
  1. More pet rapture insurance (August 24)
  1. Post-rapture pet insurance (August 24)
  1. Fantasy Sports Insurance (August 23)
  1. North Korean restaurants in New York City (August 22)
  1. Dual view cameras (August 14)
  1. Twitter opera (August 11)
  1. Indian celebrity culture (August 9)
  1. Iraqi mixed marriages (August 6)
  1. Creative writing consultations (August 6)
  1. Notes from professional readers? (August 4)

July 2009

  1. Pigeon blood virginity restoration (July 31)
  1. Purified New York City tap water (July 30)
  1. Product placement in commencement speeches (July 28)
  1. Holy treasures (July 26)
  1. De-baptism (July 22)
  1. Reincarnation Bank and advertising on the moon (July 21)
  1. Human carpet (July 16)
  1. Chinese electric shock therapy for internet addicts (ban) (July 16)
  1. New album on 8-track (July 15)
  1. Japanese 'marriage hunting' (July 14)
  1. Limiting the growth of Medicare reimbursements (July 11)
  1. Dead serfs souls (July 9)
  1. Do stuff for money (July 8)
  1. Australian navy 'sex games' (July 6)
  1. Reality TV: converting atheists (July 5)
  1. Chessboxing (July 2)
  1. Washington Post access (July 2)
  1. Foldable shoe vending machine (July 1)

June 2009

  1. Medical-themed restaurants (June 29)
  1. Pirate hunting cruises (June 27)
  1. Managing multiple girlfriends (June 26)
  1. Souls as collateral for loans (June 25)
  1. Ghost-written Facebook status messages (June 25)
  1. University valet parking (June 24)
  1. Paying teenage girls not to get pregnant (June 24)
  1. Making solicitors pay and iPhone vibrator (June 19)
  1. Gold ATMs (June 18)
  1. Disappearing tips (June 15)
  1. Fake engagement rings (June 15)
  1. Strange beds (June 14)
  1. Monkey-digested coffee (June 13)
  1. Clothing made of meat (June 11)
  1. Hamas matchmaking service (June 8)
  1. Khmer Rouge artifacts (June 5)
  1. Corrupted files (June 3)
  1. Labor hoarding (June 3)

May 2009

  1. Betting on surviving cancer (May 31)
  1. Antibacterial ballpoint pen (May 25)
  1. Online life after death (May 24)
  1. Pet doors, dog tags and treadmills (May 22)
  1. Chinese theme park closed (May 21)
  1. Twitter followers (May 20)
  1. Smart memory bras (May 17)
  1. NBA trades (May 15)
  1. Colleges (May 6)
  1. Diamonds from your dead loved ones ashes and funerals by motorcycle (May 5)
  1. Felony franks (May 4)
  1. Nightmare inducing furniture (May 2)

April 2009

  1. Chess betting markets (April 29)
  1. Chinese real-estate matchmaking (April 26)
  1. Books not on Kindle (April 25)
  1. Microbial photographs (April 24)
  1. Authenticated sports memorabilia (April 22)
  1. Airline for pets (April 21)
  1. Fake TV (April 21)
  1. Bouncers, ex-soldiers and former police officers as substitute teachers (April 16)
  1. Simulated bathroom crime scene (April 15)
  1. Fake drug ad (April 8)
  1. Chimpanzees trade food for sex (April 8)
  1. Prohibited Passover foods (April 7)
  1. Dial-an-Insult (April 7)
  1. Information Age Prayer (April 6)
  1. A pro al Qaeda magazine (from North Carolina) (April 6)
  1. Anatomie-Bettwsche (April 5)
  1. Advertising supported funerals (April 4)
  1. "A market in prices" (April 1)

March 2009

  1. Mile High Club and anonymous giving (March 29)
  1. KFC pothole covers (March 28)
  1. Gypsy threats (March 27)
  1. Suit buying job loss insurance (March 22)
  1. Passive aggressive anger release machine (March 20)
  1. Futures contract on Mr. Geithner's continued employment (March 18)
  1. North Korean pizza (March 17)
  1. Topless coffee shop (March 16)
  1. Israeli arms ad (March 14)
  1. Closetool Burst Destructor (March 13)
  1. Federal stimulus fund swaps (March 12)
  1. Chinese stage adaptation of "Das Kapital" (March 12)
  1. Home tending (March 11)
  1. Cut a deal with anyone (March 10)
  1. Car buying job loss insurance (March 8)
  1. Mattress with built-in safe (March 7)
  1. Taiwan's toilet restaurant (March 6)
  1. Frozen bank accounts (March 2)
  1. Economic disaster tours in Ireland (March 1)

February 2009

  1. Jewish families paid to relocate to Dothan, Alabama (February 28)
  1. Clean bathrooms in New Orleans (February 28)
  1. Pork brains in milk gravy (canned) (February 27)
  1. Endangered speceis derivative securities (February 26)
  1. Get paid to close your credit card account (February 24)
  1. Foreclosure bus tours (February 20)
  1. Bartering stocks for Helisking (February 19)
  1. Bald head billboards (February 18)
  1. Youth hostel made out of a jumbo jet (February 17)
  1. Recycled Chinese condoms (February 15)
  1. Island caretaker (February 14)
  1. Cow urine soft drink (February 12)
  1. Japanese subway groping (February 12)
  1. All stimulus, every day (February 3)
  1. Burned out light bulbs (February 3)

January 2009

  1. Chemical Shifts and Coupling Constants for Silicon-29 (January 31)
  1. Chav-free holidays (January 28)
  1. Canada's do-not-call registry (January 27)
  1. Clothes made out of your pet's fur (January 26)
  1. Professional pets (January 13)
  1. Bet on your own grades (January 12)
  1. Student auctions off virginity to pay for graduate school (January 12)
  1. Delete facebook friends for food (January 9)

December 2008

  1. SD RAM (December 29)
  1. Gift cards (December 28)
  1. World of Warcraft-themed restaurants (December 23)
  1. Hurling shoes (December 20)
  1. Burger King's Flame body spray (December 19)
  1. Seating for TV viewing on Boxing Day (December 17)
  1. Petroleum industry delegates (December 16)
  1. Shoddy Christmas gift-wrap (December 16)
  1. Classical music (December 14)
  1. Wearable air bags for the elderly (December 12)
  1. Childhood immunizations (December 12)
  1. Armed robbery decoys (December 4)
  1. Insurance insurance (December 3)
  1. Advertisements on high school tests (December 2)

November 2008

  1. London tunnels (November 29)
  1. InTrade betting markets on InTrade (November 27)
  1. Woolly mammoth regeneration (November 20)
  1. Pizza baked in cupcake form (November 18)
  1. 19th-century vampire killing kit (November 17)
  1. Restaurants for dogs with Hall of Fame baseball players as waiters (November 15)
  1. Chinese surrogacy (November 7)
  1. Betting on God's existence (November 7)

October 2008

  1. Lethal drugs (October 27)
  1. Foreign currencies in Iceland (October 22)
  1. Bulgarian decoy lawyers and votes (October 20)
  1. Jamaican sand (October 19)
  1. Teaching jobs (October 18)
  1. Nobel Prize betting markets (October 8)
  1. Kiwi song videos about chess boxing (October 3)

September 2008

  1. Betting on the bail-out (September 24)
  1. Voters in India (September 22)
  1. Good behavior of authors (September 20)
  1. AIG insures Lehman's London landlord (September 16)
  1. Professional Chinese wailers (September 16)
  1. Stir Fried Wikipedia (September 8)
  1. Hugo Chavez's email (September 6)
  1. Political National Enquirer (September 4)
  1. Free Danish gyms (September 2)

August 2008

  1. Robert Burns's poetry (August 27)
  1. Fake [friends] following (August 26)
  1. Panhandling (August 25)
  1. Arranged marriages (August 20)
  1. Bullet-proof fashion (August 18)
  1. Medical marijuana vending machines (August 14)
  1. Exotic Chinese fast food (August 11)
  1. Decorator bandages (August 8)

July 2008

  1. Japanese drinks (July 30)
  1. Playboy magazine in Braille (July 29)
  1. Japanese anti-shyness DVD (July 27)
  1. Chinese parental silence (July 24)
  1. Brazilian soccer players (July 20)
  1. Death tourism (July 20)
  1. Gresham's Law inverted (July 19)
  1. A restaurant with a menu for dogs (July 15)
  1. Meta insurance (July 12)
  1. Government pays citizens to use toilets (July 9)
  1. Hostage ransom? (July 4)
  1. Dead mosquitoes (July 1)

June 2008

  1. Cultural diplomacy (June 30)
  1. Japanese toy alarm clock (June 25)
  1. Ukranian coffin restaurant (June 24)
  1. Lives for sale (June 22)
  1. Google bidding games (June 15)
  1. Japanese shouting vases (June 11)
  1. Tanzanian albino body parts (June 8)
  1. Pay to stay jails (June 5)
  1. Japanese maid cafes (June 3)

May 2008

  1. Yugoslavian prisoners and graves (May 31)
  1. French fry tempura (May 28)
  1. Pearl Harbor playing cards (May 25)
  1. Mobs in Japan (May 17)
  1. Adult industry M&A hedge fund (May 12)
  1. Watches that don't tell time (May 2)

April 2008

  1. Coprolite (fossilized dinosaur turds) (April 30)
  1. "Free Tibet" flags made in China (April 29)
  1. Reverse prostitution (April 28)
  1. Want ads for hit men (April 27)
  1. Non-profit prediction markets (April 19)
  1. Twitter accounts (April 14)
  1. Tyler seeks a market in Second Life tutors (April 10)
  1. Facebook "friends" (April 1)

March 2008

  1. Black markets in candy (March 24)
  1. "Tenure" the movie (March 18)
  1. "Client 9" radio (March 16)
  1. The Philosopher's Hotel (March 14)
  1. Adam Smith's house (March 13)
  1. Wigs for cats (March 5)

February 2008

  1. Pre-paid restaurant dinners (February 28)
  1. Express 7-11's (February 25)
  1. Songs only dogs can hear (February 18)
  1. Charging for job interviews (February 4)
  1. Super Bowl betting markets (February 3)

January 2008

  1. Cheeseburger in a can (January 31)
  1. Nude flights in Germany (January 29)
  1. Relief pitcher earnings (January 23)
  1. Put options for your gadgets (January 19)
  1. MarketsInEverything.com (January 18)
  1. Police patronage protects prostitutes (January 14)
  1. School officials offer students cash to snitch (January 12)
  1. Student sells spot in Steve Levitt's Economics of Crime class (January 8)
  1. An alarm clock that spends your money when you oversleep (January 7)

December 2007

  1. Luxury handbag rentals (December 25)
  1. Investing in lawsuits (December 24)
  1. Three tramuatizing postcards from Poland (December 19)
  1. I Love Greg Mankiw T-Shirts (December 6)

November 2007

  1. Tumbleweeds (November 27)
  1. Bay Area Center for Voting for sale (November 23)
  1. Supervised commitment bonds (November 19)
  1. Cigarette vending machines with facial recognition (November 14)
  1. Bookstores where you can go to watch TV (November 12)
  1. Exploding piggy banks (November 8)
  1. Cheat Neutral (November 8)
  1. Fake ATM receipts (November 3)
  1. Kosher cell phone service (November 2)

October 2007

  1. Low cost Indian airline that never flies anywhere (October 9)
  1. Demilitarized ICBM silos (October 4)
  1. American Indian shoes (October 4)

September 2007

  1. Retirement package for Zmbabwean President Robert Mugabe (September 19)
  1. Bus trip from London to Sydney (September 18)

August 2007

  1. Never worn wedding apparel (August 25)
  1. Fake receipts (August 20)
  1. Ten movies not made (August 14)
  1. 100 unusual ice-cream flavors (August 12)
  1. Random number generators (August 6)
  1. Ticket insurance (August 1)

July 2007

  1. Non-Union Union protestors (July 25)
  1. Lawn care from Bikini-clad women (July 23)
  1. Trading driver's license points (July 12)
  1. Replacement drivers (July 10)
  1. Telekinesis (July 8)
  1. The Reading Cave (July 6)

June 2007

  1. Bet on someone being trampled to get an iPhone on June 29th (June 25)
  1. Pretend cakes (June 17)
  1. Rentable goats (June 15)
  1. Dutch powdered alcohol (June 7)
  1. Bounty for prostitutes to out congressional customers (June 5)

May 2007

  1. Hieronymous Bosch action figures (May 31)
  1. Details on cooperating witnesses (May 23)
  1. Discounted funeral costs for organ donors (May 16)
  1. MBA in corporate social responsibility (May 15)
  1. Pasadena, CA newspaper reporting outsourced to India (May 11)
  1. Keys to the Iowa State Penitentiary (May 7)
  1. Mexican coke at Costco (May 4)
  1. Search engine keywords for breaking news (May 4)
  1. Baghdad corpse kidnappings (May 1)

April 2007

  1. Five-star jail (April 29)
  1. Eddie Cumberbatch CDs (April 25)
  1. Civil jury trials declining (April 22)
  1. Dividing a family estate via intra-family auctions (April 19)
  1. Professional athletes (April 18)
  1. Roman Empire (April 16)
  1. Artificial jobs? (April 14)
  1. Schoenberg t-shirts, pencils, mousepads and postcards (April 13)
  1. Last minute reservations at top NYC restaurants (April 11)
  1. Asia's smelliest fruit (April 9)
  1. Online flirting (April 6)

March 2007

  1. $4,000 extra for used hybrids with California state carpool stickers (March 27)
  1. Kosher gasoline (March 19)
  1. Podcast with Russ Roberts (March 12)

February 2007

  1. Tank chairs (February 27)
  1. Pay via cell-phone to have street lights turned on (February 25)
  1. NBA deals (February 24)
  1. $75 to feed a sheep to a tiger (February 19)
  1. Diamons grown with DNA from Beethoven's hair (February 16)
  1. Global Warming Bonds (February 14)
  1. Indonesia looking to sell straings of bird flu virus (February 7)
  1. Doctors leaving Germany (February 7)

January 2007

  1. Lindsay Lohan's frozen appendix (January 30)
  1. Betting on historical horse races (January 29)
  1. Private Israeli moon plots (January 28)
  1. Illinois lottery for sale (January 25)
  1. Rent a Protestor (January 24)
  1. Silent ringtone (January 22)
  1. First fragrance automotive tire (January 21)
  1. Become an Australian surfer dude (January 18)
  1. Hot Coke with ginger (January 17)

December 2006

  1. Shoe lace cinch for long-distance runners (December 27)
  1. South Korean males compensated for vowing to abstain (December 26)
  1. Marijuana may be America's biggest cash crop (December 19)
  1. Carnivorous Plant of the Month Club (December 17)
  1. Border fence (December 15)
  1. Bibles for porn stars (December 14)
  1. Serial killer busts (December 9)
  1. Bathe in pure crude oil in Azerbaijan (December 4)
  1. At-home drug tests (December 4)
  1. Have cards sent to atheists after the rapture (December 3)
  1. Bid for meals at restaurants (December 1)

November 2006

  1. Pet ashes as art (November 30)
  1. Britney Spears junior high school notebook (November 28)
  1. Polonium (November 26)
  1. O.J. Simpson's "If I Did It" on eBay (November 23)
  1. Contact information for someone who bought an extra PS3 (November 21)
  1. Street naming (November 20)
  1. Spelling mistake arbitrage on eBay (November 16)

October 2006

  1. Cash incentives for African dictators (October 26)
  1. Major League Baseball caskets (October 20)
  1. Ice cream sandwiches for dogs (October 16)
  1. Japanese inventions (October 13)
  1. Betting markets in CEO tenure (October 13)
  1. Starting time of Chicago White Sox home games (October 11)
  1. Monty Python argument clinic (October 11)
  1. Danish animal bordellos (October 3)

September 2006

  1. Deaf embryos (September 29)
  1. Hypoallegenic cats (September 21)
  1. Slimming cameras (September 19)
  1. Prisoners looking for pen pals (September 19)
  1. CIA counterrorism officers purchasing private liability insurance (September 13)
  1. Join the Mile High Club (September 9)
  1. Hurricane damage futures (September 5)
  1. Skip phone trees while calling companies (September 4)

August 2006

  1. Spend a night as an illegal immigrant crossing the Rio Grande (August 24)
  1. Japanese mud balls (August 24)
  1. Serbian police for rent (August 16)
  1. Best friends and anonymous hating (August 16)
  1. Paris Hilton appearances (August 10)
  1. Betting on Castro's death (August 5)
  1. Indian doctors caught amputating the healthy limbs of beggars (August 2)

July 2006

  1. Body doubles (July 29)
  1. Japanese gameshows (July 29)
  1. Betting markets in everything (July 27)
  1. $3,200 for a Taxi out of Lebanon (July 21)
  1. Fake vacations (July 11)
  1. Afghanistanian child brides (July 9)
  1. Online Nigerian movie rentals (July 6)
  1. Lunch with Warren Buffett (July 2)

June 2006

  1. Teachers selling lectures, outlines, and study guides (June 30)
  1. Ten weirdest items sold on eBay (June 28)
  1. Buy out Bush (June 21)
  1. Wife leasing in India (June 20)
  1. Get paid to vacate a parking spot (June 16)
  1. Chinese restaraunts banned from serving sushi off the bodies of naked women (June 14)
  1. Insurance for immaculate conception, alien abduction, and sports disappointment (June 13)
  1. Betting markets in spelling bees (June 1)

May 2006

  1. Cell phone ringtones at frequencies only teenagers can hear (May 28)
  1. Future Social Security checks (May 24)
  1. Buy the right to write a page in a novel (May 18)
  1. $500+ khaki pants (May 17)
  1. New Zeland is NOT for sale (May 12)
  1. Betting on Taliban ambassador's admission to Yale (May 10)

April 2006

  1. Bag of junk (April 20)
  1. Virtual reality games your pets can play with and against you (April 17)
  1. Fragance enhanced movie theaters (April 16)
  1. Prom date rental sought (April 8)
  1. Missing markets? (April 5)
  1. Outsourcing surrogacy to India (April 4)

March 2006

  1. Larry Summers' half-eaten dinner roll (March 22)
  1. Flushable toddler urinals (March 21)
  1. Torso for $3,000 (March 17)
  1. Congressional bribe menu (March 1)

February 2006

  1. Exotic horse meat (February 26)
  1. Hasidic reggae (February 23)
  1. Soul rental (February 17)
  1. Exercise discipline (February 15)
  1. Magazines for everything (February 14)

January 2006

  1. Pay an athiest to attend mass daily (January 31)
  1. Excessively large foodstuffs (January 29)
  1. Optimal sleep alarm clock (January 27)
  1. How to hide things in public places (January 21)
  1. Kidney stones (January 18)
  1. Include incarcerated relatives in family vacation photos (January 8)

December 2005

  1. Breast paintings (December 22)
  1. Hymen reattachment surgery (December 15)
  1. Charity (December 9)
  1. Cell phones for dogs (December 7)

November 2005

  1. Air rights (November 30)
  1. Texas BBQ for Thanksgiving (November 24)
  1. Bollywood films (November 22)
  1. Funeral guests (November 16)
  1. Organic cigarettes (November 4)

October 2005

  1. Unclear: 404—dead link (October 18)
  1. Arabic version of the "Simpsons" (October 14)

September 2005

  1. Homeless advertising (September 26)
  1. Stephen King will kill you in an upcoming book (September 18)
  1. Kidnapping and humiliation (September 15)

August 2005

  1. Bottled air from Wales (August 31)
  1. Dutch "living library" (August 25)
  1. Fake wedding guests (August 24)
  1. Monsoon vacations (August 22)
  1. X3 accountability software (August 17)
  1. SUV carbon offsets (August 16)
  1. Wallpaper (August 1)

July 2005

  1. Garbage tours (July 27)
  1. Virtual sweatshops (July 24)
  1. Greeting cards for people having affairs (July 13)
  1. Used murder weapons and crime scene cleaners (July 12)
  1. Dancing lessons for dogs (July 11)
  1. Information via text messaging (July 10)
  1. Foreheads as billboards (July 2)

June 2005

  1. Pre-sale passwords (June 20)
  1. Equity in pop musicians (June 18)
  1. Pay to reveal bunny eater (June 15)
  1. Spray-on mud (June 11)
  1. Toilet bowl rice (June 6)
  1. Mosquito racket (June 6)
  1. Dr. Seuss meets Ayn Rand (June 4)
  1. Whose so vain? (June 3)
  1. Astronauts hair (June 1)

May 2005

  1. Rent-a-Son (May 25)
  1. Hufu: the healthy human flesh alternative (May 23)
  1. Payment with severed finger to settle a debt (May 18)
  1. Popemobile (May 7)
  1. Banana guards (May 5)
  1. Buy space for your article in scholarly journals (May 3)

April 2005

  1. Raves for deaf people (April 27)
  1. Papal betting markets (April 18)
  1. 70-85 year old prostitutes (April 11)
  1. The Whizzinator (April 3)

March 2005

  1. 15-year old horse manure (March 30)
  1. Supper blogging (March 29)
  1. German labor contracts (March 19)
  1. Donate to save a bunny's life (March 18)
  1. Deer feet (March 17)
  1. Bottled water for dogs and cats (March 12)
  1. Broadcasting phone calls into space (March 11)

February 2005

  1. Clean dorm rooms (February 28)
  1. Canine yarn (February 21)
  1. Candy blackmarkets in school (February 20)
  1. Cryogenics (February 15)
  1. Valentine's Day black markets in Saudi Arabia (February 14)
  1. Elvis memorabilia (February 12)
  1. Reservations for dinner on Valentine's Day (February 11)
  1. Name a monkey species (February 9)
  1. Discovering uncontacted native tribes (February 4)

January 2005

  1. Monkeys buying monkey porn (January 30)
  1. Party buddys (January 19)
  1. Clothes with tiny sensors & other electronics (January 16)

December 2004

  1. Women's laps (December 16)
  1. $300 to drop a class (December 15)
  1. Empty Tiffany's ring box (December 15)
  1. Blacklist cell phone numbers before heading out for a night on the town (December 1)

November 2004

  1. Pretend to be a political prisoner (November 20)
  1. Shoot at real animals online (November 19)
  1. Testicular implants for pets (November 15)
  1. Sex in-lieu of rent (November 13)

October 2004

  1. Election prediction market arbitrage (October 31)
  1. Bathroom attendants (October 31)
  1. Unwanted wedding invitations (October 21)
  1. Auctioning off cameo appearances in future novels (October 17)
  1. Wing Women (October 12)
  1. Arm-shaped pillows (October 8)
  1. Riot stones (October 7)
  1. Mismatched socks (October 4)

September 2004

  1. Loans to pay for breast elargements (September 23)
  1. Chechen terrorists bribe to fly (September 18)
  1. Celebrity body part & immaculate conception insurance (September 7)

August 2004

  1. Men with really big feet (August 18)
  1. Personalized postage stamps (August 12)
  1. Patent for paying people to watch commercials (August 4)
  1. Country music Olympic fundraiser (August 3)

July 2004

  1. Coffin alarms (in case of premature burial) (July 29)
  1. Iraqi stock market (July 20)
  1. Killing houseflys (July 16)
  1. Spring water with fluoride (July 11)
  1. Simulated dating (July 5)

June 2004

  1. Auctioning off virginity (June 24)
  1. Marital odds (June 17)
  1. Outsourcing Mass to India (June 14)
  1. Print-on-Demand copies of your favorite newspapers delivered to your hotel (June 6)

May 2004

  1. Hotels selling the accessories and furnishings in their rooms (May 29)
  1. North Korean wives for Chinese men (May 26)
  1. Dental appliance to help dieters eat less (May 20)
  1. Patents for everything (May 17)
  1. Market in predicting Google's eventual IPO price (May 17)
  1. Shopping cart as exercise equipment (May 15)
  1. British soldiers swap photos showing brutality against captive Iraqis (May 3)

April 2004

  1. Imaginary girlfriends (April 28)
  1. Web dating photo certifications and background checks (April 22)
  1. Erdos number (April 21)
  1. Pay for "sexual anxieties" diagnosis to avoid Italian military service (April 18)
  1. Bribe your way into some of the best US restaurants (April 11)
  1. Drive-in movie theater for snowmobiles (April 10)
  1. Authors auctioning off names of characters in forthcoming books (April 8)

March 2004

  1. Organizing peer groups using GPS tracking (March 11)
  1. Get paid to hear ads and receive telemarketing calls (March 10)
  1. Add background sounds to any incoming or outgoing call (March 7)
  1. Consensual sex consent forms (March 1)

February 2004

  1. Contest parking tickets online (February 20)
  1. Online break-up service (February 11)
  1. Personalized romance novels (February 6)
  1. Chinese students borrowing points to improve their test scores (February 6)
  1. Predictions (February 2)

January 2004

  1. Minimum price for an alibi for an adulterer's absence: $34 (January 17)

September 2003

  1. Programmable credit cards (September 24)