Actually a continuation of the basketball-related questions that Kyle and I started last week - check out Kyle's Wax Museum podcast for all things basketball.
October 20, 2021
Will track and field cards ever be mainstream? That's how Brenn and I started and we took off from there with what it would take for that to happen in this new dynamic collecting environment.
October 19, 2021
John sent me some questions ahead plus he had a few spontaneous questions as well for us to discuss - enjoyed the interaction with a guy who really loves the baseball card hobby - especially the '70's...
October 18, 2021
Here's a few players and the process I go through when rifling quickly through a football dollar box - the better the player, the more lenient I am, with what I would take. Doing this episode helped ...
October 16, 2021
Steve and I both had a few more questions left and so we tackled them - your questions for me or others, just send to email@example.com and thanks!
October 15, 2021
John had a number of eclectic questions for me about collecting in the seventies for his excellent topical podcast - his specialty - distant memories were retrieved.
October 14, 2021
Blake is 9 1/2 and has his own YouTube channel - I enjoyed his ambitious take on Topps Project 70 and the 51 artists engaged, which is the current focus of his baseball card hobby interest.
October 13, 2021
Brad (TXCardDude) turned the tables on Rich and me, and asked us both some candid questions that elicited some interesting responses.
October 12, 2021
A brief recap of the past four weeks of episodes in case you missed or hurried through some of them - if you have a topic that we should cover, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org and thanks.
October 11, 2021
There were 14 questions (distilled into one) centering around the dilemma of transparency and conflicts of interest in dealing cards while being an influencer and price guide publisher in this current...
October 9, 2021