Do you guffaw when you detect our relative lack of knowledge as compared to the encyclopedic depth of certain baseball blog-oracles that remain nameless but oh, mm hm, you know who they are because you refer to them when you actually need to know a baseball cardular fact?
Yes you say? Well, reel it in buster. Much like the dangerous wildeyed koala pictured above--yes, that koala, the one willing to do whatever it takes to sit comfortably--we LAUGH at conventional wisdom.
DON'T TRY AND ADJUST YOUR COMPUTER SCREENS. YOU ARE NOW ENTERING:
THE DINGED CORNERS ZONE
Believe in infinity cards. They exist!
Develop theories, such as this one about eBay. Proclaim them assertively.
Never let nice guys finish last.
This is now the only acceptable method for mailing baseball cards.
Remember who first told you that Topps card images are used at MLB stadiums when players are introduced.
Do your job before you hit the ground. Or as.
Forget not that the time-space continuum is overrated.
Never feel alone, even when in the dirt as your hat falls off, if you made a good catch.
SMILE though your heart is aching.
Consider that vintage smile cards may have the most oomph.
Know that graceful signatures make up for crazy hair.
Admit the truth: now THAT'S a realistic baseball card photo!
Recognize when greatness is achieved in one shot heard 'round the world.
Never forget to read your baseball comics.
Don't make snap judgments. Howdy Doody is smarter than you think.
Be skeptical, but not TOO skeptical about repackaged cards.
Know your Bible verses, as many players add them to their signatures.
Don't lose your sunglasses. Keep them on with a thick, unwieldy phone cord.
Do not fail to support your local card-back artist.
Get advice from the experts. Follow it.
Don't be embarrassed that you like game worn bits. Really, it's ok.
Stand aside as Ryne parts the Red Sea.
Seek Rainbow Shiny.
Know that eventually, people come to their senses.
Decide how important this is in your considerations of players.
Admire the Gloved Ones.
Accept Minnesota Joe's emergency backup consolation card.
Know your history.