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  1. Good Night Tonight

    I had a very good night tonight. We took our boys to the Angels/Mariners game. I was my 2 year old's first baseball game ever and he loved it! He had a great time and I think he is going to be my sports fanatic. While my 5 year old seems to enjoy sports, he isn't overly enthusiastic. The only down side was having to leave the game early. The Angels were up 1-0, ended up going up 3-0 then the Mariners tied it up in the ninth. As I am typing, the M's are up by 1 in the 10th. Used to say that ...
  2. Card Collection


    High end RCs:

    05 topps chrome aaron rodgers RC


    07 national treasures brady quinn RC reebok patch /10


    08 classics darren mcfadden school colors auto /50
    09 contenders shonn greene auto rc
    09 ultimate matt stafford rc auto /99
    07 spa brady quinn patch auto /399
    07 spa brady quinn auto /25
    07 ultimate brady quinn auto /99
    10 exquisite rolando mcclain rc auto ...

    Updated 11-18-2012 at 01:59 PM by raiderfan679

  3. They're finally here, one more TTM and a show I went to last night!

    I did make a post about the past few mail days, but I love it so much I'm going to post it again!


    Updated 05-28-2009 at 07:39 PM by quiet-things

  4. Day 1 Send-Offs!

    So I sent the 4 that I had prepared last night off this morning, and I decided to do 6 more this afternoon!

    Ian Snell (C/O Pirates, 1 Card)
    Jim Leyland (C/O Tigers, 1 Card)
    Eric Wedge (C/O Indians, 1 Card)
    Aaron Miles (C/O Cubs, 1 Card)
    Joe Mather (C/O Memphis, 1 Card)
    John Russell (C/O Pirates, 2 Cards)

    10 out on day 1! Lets see how it goes!
  5. Reality gets the last laugh

    PT Barnum once said that "a sucker is born every minute". Apparently, not enough of them were watching Monday Night Raw from Los Angeles on Memorial Day.

    Determined to embarass the NBA at all costs, WWE owner Vince McMahon hired actors to impersonate NBA commissioner David Stern, Lakers owner Jerry Buss, and movie legend/Lakers superfan Jack Nicholson, and local ring announcer Troy Stone was recruited to masquerade as Denver Nuggets owner E. (for Enos) Stanley Kroenke. ...