Found October 24, 2012 on The Awesome Boston:
PLAYERS: Curt Schilling
WPRI: People lined up outside of the former headquarters of 38 Studios in Providence, where assets from Curt Schilling’s failed video company were being auctioned off to the highest bidder. A.B. From cubicles to replica weapons, 38 Studios was selling EVERYTHING from their former headquarters. As part of my civic duty as a part-time blogger, here is the condensed list of some of the stranger items… #10 – Themed Doorway I hired an interpreter to translate this sign for me. It says “38 Studios: We Spend Your Tax Dollars On Signs That Nobody Can Read”. #9 – Video Game Models What doesn’t fit in this picture? Yes, that would be the Boba Fett mask. Star Wars fans at a video game company? No way. #8 – Replica War Hammer . There was a guy in the office who told Curt Schilling that the bloody sock was a fake. Nobody has seen him since. #7 – Guy Holding War Hammer I know Curt needs the money but there must be a law against auctioning off former employees, especially Huey Lewis. #6 – Kitc...
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