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  1. The Chase

    "Why I am Drawn to Set Collecting in Basketball (The Short Answer)."

    As many in the basketball forum have come to know, I love parrallel sets in basketball. When I was was a child, the first parallel set I tried and failed to collect was a Baseball Topps Gold set in the mid-nineties. After this failure, I continued to collect non-sports sets as a child and in high school. While I was in college, the obession subsided.

    A magical year happened in basketball though, ...

    Updated 06-03-2009 at 04:27 PM by drtom2005

  2. BV & SV? Baloney

    I personally think BV and SV are stupid. A card is worth what someone will pay for it. There is no basic value of a card. If someone on ebay buys some Mark Teixeira GU for $3 then that shouldn't become it's value. To the person who bought it that's what he would pay for it. Nothing can have a stated value. If you want to join my group for Beckett haters click this link: [URL][/URL]
    I agree a bit more with Sale Value because someone actually ...
  3. TTM success

    Doing a quick post with some more TTM success. I've read that he isn't a good signer, so I was surprised and happy to see this one int he mail today!

    Thanks for the look
  4. I Miss Trading!!!

    For the last month or so I have been so busy that I havent really made any trades, well none that involved going to the post office anyways as I honestly dont have the time...Why you ask? Well, I work full time and study part-time converting my law degree into one that will be valid in good old England. It's not too hard to cope during most of the year but when the finals are approaching, it gets absolutely crazy...This weekend alone, I killed (or emptied whatever you want to call it) 3 brand new ...
  5. Stanley cup games not sold out in Detroit


    The economy in Michigan is so bad that people can't afford to attend Joe Louis arena to watch the Wings play in round 4. Residents are very worried about losing their jobs. The unemployment rate within the city is above
    12%, a rate not seen since 1973.