Wednesday, July 29, 2009

1988: The Year Cards Started to Change

I know I skimmed over or forgot some important points in this video. If I forgot something, go ahead and post it in the comments.

Here's the post Dinged Corners did. The normal timeline will be back on the next video (that is, if I don't get busted for copyright infringement).

Friday, July 24, 2009

2007 Heritage Video Pack Rip

I figured I'd take the "Repack Experiment" title off these videos, since I know everything's working OK with the videos (and they're being surprisingly well received). This video shows off my cards from the 70s, as well as another pack rip.

There were a surprising number of Pilots and ex-Pilots in the 70s cards I picked to show off. I coulda done all Cito Gaston cards from '73 to '77 (except for '75). I didn't realize I had so many cards of him as a player.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

WV Cards Videos Present: Repack Experiment (part 4)

I think I'm geting better at these videos. I know y'all probably miss seeing me show off my mad guitar skillz, though. I'll play some on the next video.

If you want to help my friend Kevin with his 1965 Topps set, go here.

Monday, July 20, 2009

WV Cards Videos Present: Repack Experiment (part 3)

For those of you that were wondering, yes, most of my shirts have Jimi Hendrix on them. All of my other ones have the Beatles on them (except for one shirt with Miles Davis on it).

Monday, July 13, 2009

WV Cards Videos Present: Repack Experiment (part 2)

Since everyone that saw my last pack break video (all three of you!) liked it so much, I thought I'd do another one. Here are things to remember when you watch my videos (at least, until I get used to doing this):

1.) I'm really shy, and I get nervous when it comes to talking to a bunch of people about a specific topic. That's why I started playing guitar in my videos. It gave me something to do besides a bunch of blah-blah-blah. I still get nervous, though, and sometimes my mind goes blank. Oh well.

2.) When I play guitar, I have to look at the neck. I figure that's OK, though. I mean, Robert Fripp can't play standing up, ad Frank Zappa couldn't sing and play at the same time.

Anyway, on to the video!