I wouldn't want the current owner of soul #1 to feel insulted, so I won't top that bid. However, for a celebrity, I'll put all feelings aside, and whip out my twenty dollar bills.
Just pay with those Bellagio chips you found in your drawer. Look at all the souls you can buy with those.
Contrary to what you might think from Die Hard II, I don't think the resolution is good enough to get a read on that fingerprint. However, if a name surfaces, I could be in big trouble.
What is this, soul deflation? Faust got a lot more than a measly $20 for his soul.
Of course, Homer Simpson got a donut :P
And to do this right I should mention there's a reserve price. If that's not met, the sale does not proceed. I will reveal the price at the close of the auction, for now let's agree it can't exceed 50% of the initial bid (or US $150). Let's set a date of February 1st at 11:59 PST for endinng the auction.
Alas there were no bids. This means the Wizard is free to collect, should there be no safety in next Sunday's Super Bowl.