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RE: Cracking Open The Box - filamuraireborn - 03-18-2012 10:03 AM
I have some friends in UK but I only met them on a game called Sherwood Dungeon. Many are kids but the veteran players are adults or elderly. check this out: tkos.webs.com
RE: Cracking Open The Box - oljey - 03-18-2012 10:06 AM
Cool - I've been here at RAF Mildenhall this time since 07. Was here active duty 95-01 and after I retired came back in 02-03. We visit London a couple times a year.
(03-18-2012 09:59 AM)JeffreyQ Wrote: Oljey-
RE: Cracking Open The Box - JeffreyQ - 03-18-2012 10:21 AM
Well I miss Boston-- But not the weather.
Could use a little LA (West Coast) weather, but not the fact you need to drive everywhere.
I have not driven a car in 20 years!
Live in NYC now. Moving to Brooklyn next 12 months.
RE: Cracking Open The Box - filamuraireborn - 03-18-2012 10:31 AM
LA is nice but I don't like the city at all. Go further south, like Palm Springs. If you want a place near SF, go to Burlingame or Redwood City. CA is a nice place for people who didn't grew up in the US but for me, I kinda like Washington, TX or MA. NY is a big city and so crowded, not just the people but also vehicles and buildings. Europe is cool but I can't even afford some tix to go there. I'll just buy some tix to go back to my homeland and support our local tourism.
RE: Cracking Open The Box - jets18 - 03-27-2012 06:33 PM
i would want want to trade to some of the dups if u will. pm me if u will, thanks
RE: Cracking Open The Box - JeffreyQ - 03-28-2012 08:19 AM
RE: Cracking Open The Box - jonathani - 04-03-2012 03:31 PM
You haven't looked at them in 35 years? They look great to me!
RE: Cracking Open The Box - mickey871 - 07-04-2012 07:14 AM
Any idea what the NC is for #s 181 down in the price guide. I also have the set, and it didn't mentioned variations of these in years past. I was just wondering what the NC meant and when it became listed for these. Thanks,
RE: Cracking Open The Box - krykslr - 07-04-2012 11:21 AM
Bowmans are some of the nicest looking cards from that era (in my opinion)....I'm working (slowly) on 52 Bowman baseball.....I'd take any of the Bowman sets over 52 Topps any day (looks-wise)
RE: Cracking Open The Box - 208963 - 07-29-2012 05:53 PM
I love vintage cards
especially early bowman
i have been tinkering with putting together the 48 bowman set for the past 6 years
I will buy one here and their every once in a while
most likely never will finish the set
my dream card is either a 51 bowman willie mays or a 52 mays