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(08-14-2013 01:28 AM)washjeff Wrote: awful lot of card drama on various sites lately...it's almost funny until you realize these are mainly adults going back and forth.
(08-14-2013 01:17 AM)snobles Wrote: Wow, very intense thread there. I guess it is like anything, you can only take the word of the person selling the product. I have to believe that Panini did their job to make sure it was as "real" as they can. The place they bought it from did the same. I am sure there are lots of fake GU cards out there now either from companies or after market "Kenny's" who change the patches to sell for higher profit.
I would think Bruce would be on the side of the guys from that site in that cutting up a jersey is the worst thing in the world. I agree to a point that I would love to have a Roy gamer in my collection but I can't afford a collection of his actual game gear so cards are the closest I can get.
(08-14-2013 01:44 AM)wickabee Wrote: Which is when it becomes tragically hilarious. I don't know about you guys, but I collect cards. If one I would collect has a piece of fabrics shoved in it or some pen marks on it, it doesn't matter if it was event worn or even a replica or (god forbid) a sticker auto!
If that's how it was made I want it. I'm a card collector. I collect cards.
(08-14-2013 08:34 AM)phildo37 Wrote: it was revolutionary in 96-97... it's mundane in 2013..
maybe we can move on to something else now?
(08-14-2013 08:44 AM)snobles Wrote: I get what you are saying but where do they go from here? I am all for inserts and base but the "video" cards were rough and I am not a fan of 3D.
I am not saying it is a bad idea just not sure what they would do to keep people interested.