AMOUNT SPENT ON 2012 TOPPS BASEBALL: $0.00

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Dear Topps,

No one gives a shit anymore.



Sincerely,
The Hobby

(h/t Ballcard Mania via Cardboard Junkie)

5 comments:

dayf said...

Project '62 got it first, but I didn't see it there first so Ballcard Mania got the h/t. So belated h/t to Project '62. But I stoled the image from the eBay auction I got from Ballcard Mania so they keep the original h/t. I think what I'm trying to say is

HA HA FUCK YOU EBAY I CAN TAKE ANY IMAGE OFF YOUR SITE I WANT AIN'T YOU DUMBASSES HEARD OF SCREENSHOT YOU STUPID NON RIGHT CLICK ALLOWING MOTHERFUCKERS HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

paulie3jobs said...

This is really awful. The kid's off to a great start and this is the kind of card they create for him.

Yea, this monopoly is going to work out real good.



word verification : mendy. Mindy's sister who can sew.

Joe S. said...

First things first: Paulie, this is just a short printed variation of his base card. Besides, he's already got a bunch of other cards produced.

Second: I'd love to pull one (or more!) of these in my hobby box, they're easy money on ebay. Keep 'em coming! Just because I don't particularly like them doesn't mean I don't like selling them!

paulie3jobs said...

I'm usually a year or two behind on buying product, so by the time I get to this, the novelty hopefully will have worn off.

I detest shortprints, especially in what would be considered an entry level set.

As a Yankee team set collector, I'm torn with those stupid "pie" cards, I would like to include them in my base set and my Yankee team set, but I'm not going to spend a fortune on them.

The Drizz said...

dear stale gum...

people buy these cards. collectors love variations. i'd rather have this than a minor league superfractor that goes for a stupid sum of money,

sincerely,
people.