“A California memorabilia company, Moments in Time, is shooting for a big sale with a custom-made Smith & Wesson revolver that Elvis Presley once gave to former Vice President Spiro Agnew. Agnew returned the gun when he was accused of bribery and later forced to resign from office.” I knew that Agnew was eventually forced to return $268,482 in bribes from Maryland construction companies, in what MD Attorney General Stephen H. Sachs called “the greatest deal since the Lord spared Isaac on the mountaintop.” Paving the way for one of the most unlikely not-to-say unqualified Presidents in this nation’s history (Chevy Chase. I mean Gerald R. Ford). But who told that nattering nabob of negativism to return this kitsch meisterwerk? Anyway, “in about 1976, Elvis presented the gun to then-Shelby County Sheriff Gene Barksdale who said Monday he gave it to his nephew, Thomas Morgan because he ‘didn’t want anything to happen to it.'” Moments in Time reckon they’ll get $275k for Elvis/Agnew/Barksdale’s inlaid handgun. Really?