The Postal Service is losing millions a year to help you buy cheap stuff from China
You can get anything you want at Harry “Skip” McGrath’s 21st century digital storefront.
Steak rub. Crochet needles. Paella pans. Concealed-carry pistol holsters. Moisturizer.
McGrath was an executive for a Fortune 500 company before his son showed him eBay. The first thing he sold there was a set of 19th century brass candlesticks, the kind his wife would list for $100 at her antiques store. Someone on the Internet bought them for $169.