ST. PAUL (AP) -- A Minnesota woman who says she wants a fresh start is selling all her belongings on E-Bay.
Lisa Perry says she's been studying Buddhism, and wants to be free of an attachment to things.
So, the 45-year-old is selling everything but her pets, photo albums and some clothes. The rest is up for sale in a single lot on the Internet auction site. The top bidder gets a wide range of more than 300 items, including a futon, snowshoes and her Village People album.
As of this morning, the highest bid was 610 dollars.
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