An online yard sale sounds like an awesome idea.
With today's economy, going frugal is becoming popular and yard sales are always a way to find oddities, novelties, and useless doodads. Everyone knows that when having a yard sale, one needs good stuff and to make sure it's all organized, plus one would hope to earn a profit, right? Sadly, Yerdle didn't get that memo struck out all three times.
If you want anything worthwhile, you're going to have to sort through piles of trash, have extremely low standards, or be an expert at restoration. I rarely find generic blank tees or jeans, let alone anything I'd really want. There is no gardening equipment, electronics are all wires or broken, toys wouldn't even be played with by pets, and speaking of pets, there's nothing to get them unless you want them to eat books.
Organization is just done by keywords, not combination, nothing. Looking for basic clothes will get you purses, jewelry, shoes, and knicknacks. Searching for anything more specific will get you tons of books, mostly on irrelevant subjects. You'd think toys, books, clothes, jewelry, shoes, gardening stuff, etc would all be sorted out so you can find and guy stuff easily. You'd think, so, but not those at yerdle.
Last, but not least, you can't make a profit. Seriously, you can pay with money, but the seller gets none of it. All you get are yerdle points, which can't be redeemed for anything, but the contents of Yerdle's trashcan. At least with ebay you can earn a few pennies for your old actions figures or prom shoes.