Hi, sports card forum. This is my first blog post.. woo!
Today was my largest Garnett mailday in quite awhile. I received two trades in, which totalled 29 different new additons, with alot of nice inserts! Highlighting the list would have to be these:
1995 Signature Rookies Red Hot Rookies
1996-97 Upper Deck Generation eXcitement (die-cut)
1997-98 Skybox Premium Rock N Fire
1998-99 Upper Deck Aerodynamics
1998-99 Upper Deck Forces
1999-00 Hoops Name Plates (this one is really cool...almost looks like a license
As most of you no doubt know by now, I collect Patrick Roy and Martin Brodeur. Although, to be honest, Martin is the number two guy and my first priority has always been Patrick...Why? Probably because he is the one I grew up idolizing and mimicking (from the butterfly style to the bad temper and even to that wink, I did it all).
I started collecting again two and a half years ago and try as I may, it is far from easy to be a completist when you collect a player who has that many
Updated 09-16-2009 at 03:46 AM by Pheebs888
Figured I may as well start using this again, and rather than chronicaling each Celtics game, I will use this to update additions to my Garnett collection (which currently stands at 724 different), and any news on Kevin Garnett himself!
First off, there was an article released a few days ago stating that Kevin is recovering from his surgery like originally thought, and he could be cleared for full-contact practices within the next few weeks. This is great news for the Celtics, as their
Lately there has been a rash of really bad decisions and really upset people because of their bad decisions. To that end I thought it might be a good idea to create a little "guide" on how to be a smart trader (and win disputes). These are the most common reasons that result in losing a dispute.
Keep Your Receipt!!
This is probably the single greatest "mistake" that i see. Something as simple as holding on to a postal receipt can mean the difference between
Updated 09-10-2009 at 10:14 AM by duane1969