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    What do you do with your "GARBAGE" cards

    My friend gave me a stack of 1000+ baseball cards and most of them are no-namers (only a good 100 cards, like Griffey Jr. Thomas rookies, a few Ryans and Sandbergs, 200 stars). What should I do with them???

    Punchline: Leave them at another friends house!

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    Donate them to Childrens Centers or hospitals that have childrens wards.

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    Originally posted by j.e.lew
    Donate them to Childrens Centers or hospitals that have childrens wards.
    I've thought about this, but I don't want my scrub cards, so why would some kid want them.

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    Originally posted by IggyWH
    I've thought about this, but I don't want my scrub cards, so why would some kid want them.
    I don't want no scrubs, scrubs aint gonna get no love from me! Hangin out the passenger side of his best friend's ride, trying to holla at me!

    :(

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    i've donated some cards to charities, sometimes those kids don't care if you're giving them a garbage pail kid card, they're just happy someone in the world cares about them

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    Smile

    Garbage Pail Kids.. I had some of those in 5th grade!! I think I traded them for McGwire Rookies!! He was the man in 87, but so was Canseco........

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    FineBrian69
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    I collected Garbage Pail Kids too. Those things kicked ! I wish I still had mine. I think my mom threw them away:(.

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    they stopped makeing them before i was born

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