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Autographed Photo of Jim Carrey Auctions on eBAY - So Seller Can Buy Gun!

By Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr. | March 26, 2013 | 4:22pm EDT

A seller on eBAY is auctioning off his autographed photo of Jim Carrey so that he can afford to buy a gun to protect his family.

The seller says in the auction description:

"I'm selling this Jim Carrey Autographed B&W 8X10 Photo (mint condition) in hopes that I sell it for enough to buy a GUN to protect my family.

Autographed Photo of Jim Carrey Auctioned on eBay

"I'm thinking of getting the Glock G30S .45 ACP Pistol which retails for $640 U.S.

"Hopefully I can get at least that much for the autographed photo. If it sells for more than I'll get a laser sight for it and take some gun safety classes and get my "concealed carry" permit."

The seller says he lost all respect for Carrey after watching his video which mocks Charlton Heston and gun owners.

"I lost all respect for Mr. Carrey after he released his 'Cold Dead Hands" video mocking responsible gun owners and Charlton Heston.

I believe in the 2nd Amendment and my rights shall not be infringed! From MY cold dead hands Mr. Carrey!"

At the time of this post, the current bid on the autographed photo is $182.50.

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