Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by HubArkishh, Jul 15, 2013.
I still have all mine
I have a ton of cards. Mostly basketball and football.
Lots from 80's & 90's baseball also.
attic. my son just came down with my Thurmon munson card asking what it was worth
Still got em.
Any one interested in an unopened case of 1990 skybox basketball cards?
Il trade you a Bruce Kulick for a Mark St. John
I have most of mine in a box in the garage - my parents sent them after they moved out of their old house. All are from the 70s, so they could have been worth something if they were in good condition.
I still have a bunch of Garbage Pail Kids.
I have 2 1987 fleer Michael Jordan rookie cards
basket ball cards, I have a Jordan rookie, also when he was training with the white sox, a ton of other good ones...
I have the billy Ripken fleer fuck face bat card.
you know the bleeding heart crybaby liberals would get these pulled of the market. Born in 1980 we are the last of the badasses.
I store mine like this:
Left them at my parents. Parents wanted me to get them and I let my dad know I was only going to donate them. He kept them. So they are his problem now.
I think it's the dumbest fucking thing in the world, baseball card collecting. Stupid. If I could tell my childhood self one thing it would be to not waste time on that bullshit.
Go get Skittles and Watermelon drink and mix it with codeine or something. Anything but that stupid card collecting bullshit.
I never had a baseball card collection, but I did have Barbie dolls and tons of clothes. My creepy evil sister stole them and sold them on ebay.
I threw away the baseball card collections, but I kept the "Wacky Package" cards.
Still have mine. Mostly baseball from the early 70's. But this is probably the best one.
I remember getting this griffey jr rookie in a pack and this happened: