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    Wink Someone Please Tell Me Why...

    Someone please tell me why I just pulled a Keith Olberman autograph card?

    Seriously... is this a joke? DAMN TOPPS!

    1:1835 packs, LMAO!

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    <In Bill Walton's voice>

    "He is possibly the best tv anchor in the history of all television in the world. Throw it down big fella!"

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    For some odd reason the card is selling on ebay for like $50. I think mine is going to see the light of ebay real soon... unless someone here wants tot rade for it :D

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    Re: Someone Please Tell Me Why...

    Originally posted by IggyWH
    Someone please tell me why I just pulled a Keith Olberman autograph card?

    Seriously... is this a joke? DAMN TOPPS!

    1:1835 packs, LMAO!
    Thants a keeper. :D Is it in the book?

    NVM you pretty much answerd my question lol

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    who is that may i ask.. thats prolly a stupid question.. but i would like to know... lol.. but if its going on ebay for 50 bux ... get yourself a box or somehting if u sell it for that much.. or a nice card for 50 bux :)

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    Old ESPN sportscenter anchor now hes on MSNBC. He should have stayed on ESPN

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    why would someone want an autograph of an ESPN autograph? i can't believe someone would pay $50 for it

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    Well, I guess if you're putting a set together, you need it for your set. Also, even though it's of someone who isn't a superstar, it's still the most rare card of the set.

    How many times have you pulled a card that rare?

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