There are tons of ways to make money off "flipping", like fixing up old houses, or making reality shows about fixing up said houses, which people eventually can't pay the taxes on, and do they really need a climate-controlled gazebo? For guys prudently flipping "primitive iron wood-shearing combs", and more, check out Modern 50
HQ'd in a Sterling, VA workshop, 50's a sprawling collection of furniture, furnishings, and other heavily awesome randomness lovingly restored by two enterprising buds with a knack for finding and fixing undervalued junk, so maybe they can step in when you admit those pills don't work, cause face it, it has been four short weeks already. The entire catalog's available online, categorized under headings like "Light and Time" (w/ a bare 1940's wall clock taken from a train station), "Tables" (w/ everything from a stainless steel industrial worktable, to a "French wire bender's maple tea cart"), and "Wall and Mirrors", w/ a 1950's Mobil gas mirror taken from a mid-century filling station and a "1920s primitive saloon mantle", which is different from a 1960s advanced saloon Mantle, who loves baseball, but loves that saloon even more. Because those clearly aren't wack enough, there's the "Oddities" section, a fourth dimension of randomness containing everything from tiny, 1930's circus bikes originally peddled by (likely murderous) clowns, to a 1970's steel tricycle rickshaw that purportedly "rides like a Cadillac", hopefully a Brougham d'Elegance. Man, it better be a Brougham d'Elegance
Since not everyone can fully commit to the purchase of a 1940's X-Ray machine, all the junk is also available for rent, although you know anyone on Extreme Home Makeover is just gonna buy, after they're forced to rent out that four-season gazebo.