Ted Nugent, Sully Erna (GODSMACK), Slash (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES) and Dave Navarro (JANE'S ADDICTION) are taking part in the world's first "live Internet autograph session" at www.LiveAutographs.com. This company guarantees the autographs you have purchased are 100% authentic. How? You're actually seeing the celebrities signing what you have purchesed in a video of the autograph session. But that's only half of the Live Autographs experiance. You can actually type a message/question that you would like to say to the celebrities in question and they will reply to your message in the video. You can also keep your video message and get a DVD of the autograph session. There's no driving to an event, waiting in line, it all happens right on your computer. Even if you can't make it for the webcast, the video of the it will be sent right to your computer. And if you use the coupon code "Celebrity" You will save 10% off your order.(Thanks: Justin Sprauer)
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