First of all, what does "One Memorabilia Card in EVERY box, On Average" mean? Either it's one memorabilia card in EVERY box, or it's "on average." Not both! This is linguistically disturbing!
And okay, so you were right. We had a distracted, happy experience opening one half-price box of Upper Deck X a while back and thought we had discovered niftiness. Some shiny cards, a game used stripey card, a short print of Daisuke, oh nifty day. But we should always listen to you.
We are having some link problems, but a good place to start when seeking Truth regarding this product is the post titled 'Find What's Missing' over at Stale Gum, which in turn links to dayf insights and at least some good news for JayBee.
Anyway, when the research lab staff at Dinged Corners bought another box, everything fell apart.
Even Pepper, the family's Emergency Backup Dog, who lives always in the shadow of our smarty pants camera shy Australian Shepherd, could not be coaxed to show any enthusiasm whatsoever. This is significant because he is, in addition to being The Best Fetcher on Earth, normally a very enthusiastic fellow. Until faced, profoundly enough, with a blaster of Upper Deck X. Much like in the canary in the mineshaft, we should have read his body language.
It took him a while to be coaxed into any level of interest even after Lucy placed a biscuit atop the box. Then things got worse. Thus leading to the latest episode of:
And if so, exactly what?
Whoever among you guesses correctly first may either