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Another thing was brought to my attention, Timing Of Shipping and Feedback... will be edited into the OP!

Randi
Another edit thrown in there... which I should have done a while ago. Thanks to Walt (pen1fan) for the great insight!

Randi
More great insight from our un-official Marvelous MOD and his sidekick Walt!!

jk Great edit !! Thanks guy!! It would be official unless I added one of my smart_ss remarks!!

GREAT JOB! why this isnt a STICKY yet is BEYOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOND me!
(03-09-2012, 11:01 PM)pens fan addict Wrote: [ -> ]More great insight from our un-official Marvelous MOD and his sidekick Walt!!

jk Great edit !! Thanks guy!! It would be official unless I added one of my smart_ss remarks!!

GREAT JOB! why this isnt a STICKY yet is BEYOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOND me!
Haha! I like the remark about smart_ss remarks! It's remarks like that that are remarkable! How do you like this remark? Tongue

Randi

P.S. Thank you for yet another compliment! Haha!

RAY
A bump for those who would like to read!

Randi
I see there are a lot of new traders in our Hockey Community, so I thought that I would breathe some life back into this thread to see if anyone can get some needed information from it. Best wishes, and welcome to the Beckett Community to the new members!

Randi
Thank you Randi for reposting this information for all the new traders on here.....You are definately the most active and informing MOD around!

Thansk bud! :-)
glad to see this bumped back up. I have notice a jump in new traders recently. glad to have them and im sure they will enjoy reading this thread.
I don't know if it's been mentioned yet, but when I'm putting cards in to penny sleeves I fold two scraps of paper and put them inside the edges and sticking out of the sleeve first. I can then use the paper to guide the card in to the penny sleeve, preventing the corners from catching. Pull the paper out and you're done.
(06-13-2012, 10:06 PM)pens fan addict Wrote: [ -> ]Thank you Randi for reposting this information for all the new traders on here.....You are definately the most active and informing MOD around!

Thansk bud! :-)
Keep it up... just keep it up! Tongue
(06-14-2012, 12:37 AM)rczubaty Wrote: [ -> ]glad to see this bumped back up. I have notice a jump in new traders recently. glad to have them and im sure they will enjoy reading this thread.
That is exactly why I re-posted this! Glad to see the community bolstering, but it seems like there is less activity nowadays. Wonder what is going on? Thanks for the comment, Ryan!
(06-14-2012, 10:10 AM)varial Wrote: [ -> ]I don't know if it's been mentioned yet, but when I'm putting cards in to penny sleeves I fold two scraps of paper and put them inside the edges and sticking out of the sleeve first. I can then use the paper to guide the card in to the penny sleeve, preventing the corners from catching. Pull the paper out and you're done.
THIS is a huge innovation, and so simple! Thank you for putting this insight into the thread! I have added it to the original post under Protection. Thank you for your great input!

Randi
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