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I still love cards

Posted on: June 11, 2020 at 13:37:08 CT
kcmizzou99 MU
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I have shared my passion with my 9 year old son. It is def. different than it was when i was a kid. You could trade cards for more money in a given season back when I was a kid. Frank Viola tearing it up? Trade em. Randy Johnson? Get em. You cant do that now and there are so many cards for all sports. My son only likes NFL cards for example. There are some many "common" cards in the NFL.

Edited by kcmizzou99 at 13:39:48 on 06/11/20
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Sports cards as an asset class... - Gyro MU - 6/11 08:36:48
     I still love cards - kcmizzou99 MU - 6/11 13:37:08
          Saved my dad's and uncle's and mine for my son but he isn't - TigerFan92 STL - 6/11 15:27:49
               Twinkies stuff probably not much since we had to cut them - Erwin Fletcher STL - 6/11 19:37:54
                    lol yup(nm) - TigerFan92 STL - 6/11 20:54:07
     This is really poor advice. Im sure you knew that. Nm - yy4u MU - 6/11 12:08:33
          RE: This is really poor advice. Im sure you knew that. Nm - Gyro MU - 6/11 13:18:10




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