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Originally posted by cottonjim:
Scored an 18, I am not older than dirt but my parents are older so I was raised in an "old Fashion" home.

Most parents are older....
here's the story RD, I am in my mid thirties, my parents are in their mid seventies. That is why I know most of the list.

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If ignorance is bliss, why aren't more people happy?

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Baseball cards were cherished and kept in often secret indestructibly hides.

Never never use a Peewee Reese card to make your bicycle sound like a Servicycle (http://www.servi-cycle.com/gmodel.htm) (http://americanhistory.si.edu/ONTHEMOVE/collection/object_311.html), slip a couple of kings outta pop's playing cards and slip them back before he catches you.....hell never know....

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Quote Bdgee:

"Baseball cards were cherished and kept in often secret indestructibly hides."

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We were not as careful as you.

Sometimes we would leave them around the house and my mother would threaten to throw them away, especially when trading.

To this day when she is questioned about our baseball cards and their disappearance, she just states that we must have misplaced those cards, with a slight smile on her face.

She is 90 now and still sticks to that story when under interrogation.

I think she knows more about where they ended up than she states.

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Quote Bdgee:

"Baseball cards were cherished and kept in often secret indestructibly hides."

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We were not as careful as you.

Sometimes we would leave them around the house and my mother would threaten to throw them away, especially when trading.

To this day when she is questioned about our baseball cards and their disappearance, she just states that we must have misplaced those cards, with a slight smile on her face.

She is 90 now and still sticks to that story when under interrogation.

I think she knows more about where they ended up than she states.

Mama would never have disposed of a baseball card. Dad, you see played both professional baseball and basketball and before there were kids, the games made up the family business (or religion, if you please).
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