Granted, it was very early when they did the interview, so let's cut the man some slack! lol He starts dozing off at about 1:15 into it. It's still funny as hell, though.
34-year-old David Gonzalez recently bought an abandoned house in Elbow Lake, Minnesota for $10,100. David remodels and flips houses, and that was his plan here. The house had old newspaper instead of insulation, so he cracked into the walls to fix that. And sitting there with the old newspaper was a comic book . . . the most valuable comic book OF ALL TIME.
David found a copy of Action Comics Number One from 1938, which is the first appearance of SUPERMAN. In mint condition, it's worth at least $2 MILLION. But this one wasn't in mint condition . . . and its condition QUICKLY got worse after David found it. His in-laws saw it, got excited about it, and tried to grab it out of his hands. In the process, they TORE it . . . which knocked about $75,000 off its value.
The comic will still be EXTREMELY valuable though. It's being auctioned off online and the bidding is already up over $135,000 with about three weeks to go. That's ten times more than David paid for the house. Mr. Gonzalez is very happy.
There's a clip of a 14 year old girl absolutely shredding EVH's "Eruption" making the rounds on the web right now. It looks legit so I have no strong reason to doubt it. Her name is Tina and she lives in France. Here's a clip.