By now, perhaps, you're aware that the Dallas Independent School District is using Lone Star Auctions to dispose of about 72 items former district secretary Gloria Orapello bought with her DISD-issued credit card. She was sentenced to a year in the joint and was court-ordered to pay back $100,000, though the sale of the items will knock off a few bucks from her bill. Here's the complete rundown -- and note, the computers and cameras are particularly hot items, but the purses are plentiful!
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Me, I've decided instead to spend my money on surplus Dallas County items. Because, look, I'm fairly sure in coming weeks I will need both a defibrillator and a tool box, and 10 bucks for both seems too good to pass up.