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Old 05-19-2017, 01:29 PM
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Raymond Culpepper
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Originally Posted by Bill77 View Post
Another pet peeve I have is getting a card taped up inside of a top loader taped between cardboard and taped to the inside of the envelope as if the seller owns stock in 3M.

I agree - Far too much tape is used to secure cards being shipped. While I do use tape when I pack cards, the tape goes on the bubble wrap which I put over the top loader the card is in...that way, tape never comes close to the card.
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Old 05-19-2017, 02:33 PM
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Hey Raymond,

I love your profile picture! The guy that fake article (April Fool's Day in Sports Illustrated, 1984 or 85?) was on was my arts & crafts teacher in junior high school. I was in 8th grade when the article was written, what was his name in the article? Sid Finch? Oh, memory is shot from too many days at Woodstock. Anyhow, I remember being a kid and talking with him (I forgot his name too, too many peace pipes with Kicking Bear) and thinking it was so friggen' cool! The funniest thing of it was my teacher didn't even play baseball, he just knew the writer of the article who wanted him (real tall and lanky) to be in the pictures.
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