Tim from The Great Sports Name Hall Of Fame is a very easy guy to trade with. I just mention that I have some cards that he will like and pick a few off his extensive trade list and the deal is done. We exchange very few emails back and forth when trying to get a trade going. Very simple. Just the way I like things done at the Platter.
I also enjoyed a simpler time in my life. That simple time was my childhood. Mike Piazza was a Doyer. Pauley Shore was releasing movies. I also was easily entertained by the wrestling organization formerly known as the WWF.
I have mentioned on this blog several times about how much I love the 90s. Cards of Razor Ramon and Shawn Michaels is more proof that the 90s is the king of all decades. Razor Ramon was a favorite of mine as a child. He dominated opponents with his greasy hair and gold chains. Razor Ramon would then finish guys off with his signature move, the Razor's Edge.
Also, Shawn Michaels had a cool mullet.
This card is awesome. I am so happy to get a card of an actor that was robbed of a Best Supporting Actor nomination.
Pacific made some really innovative and shiny cards back in the day. I miss the creativity that the 90s card companies gave us. This card will be considered vintage someday. It is a lot different from what is considered vintage now. What will they call cards that are vintage now when a 1993 Pacific card becomes vintage? I say "they" because I may not be alive when a 1993 Pacific card becomes known as vintage. For the record, I am a heavy smoker and love red meat.
I have never seen this 1987 Topps set called Boardwalk and Baseball. Does anyone have any info on this set? Once again, I came unprepared with information for this post.
Thanks for the trade,Tim!