Please note: Card collecting is my hobby, not my life. I don't take it that serious and like to keep it fun.
Good evening all!
Player collecting served a few lessons for me. Spending to much, never feeling like I was gaining any ground because of the endless parallels, and quality. Burnout was huge for me and very happy that I switched to a lesser available pc. Keeps the hunt interesting
Sweet Spot Signatures 922 and counting
Sweet Sigs 64/71 = 90%
Good ol' [MENTION=2520]ChasHawk[/MENTION]
Thanks for the feedback guys. With Clark I had already taken the 1/1s out of the equation and had set a 2005 cutoff for the "Supercollecting" side. Anything past 2005 would need to be really appealing for the most part to purchase. I think I have a pretty large Clark Collection but then when I look at my "needs" list it's still pretty long and can be overwhelming. And being that the things I'm missing can be really hard to find or costly. So once you enter the I want it all phase and know you can't or prob won't get there it takes some steam out of it. I've tried picking up some non-Clark stuff but lose focus as the items I want non-Will have big time $ associated with em'. Just thought I'd vent a lil', thanks for listening.
ALWAYS LOOKING FOR ODDBALL, REGIONAL, TEAM ISSUED, VARIATIONS, AND TOUGH CARDS OF WILL CLARK AND MIKE BROWN
My collecting hasn't changed in as long as I can remember. My interest has faded and returned numerous times. When I'm in a collecting lull, I just keep the door to my Mets room closed. My interest usually comes back as the next baseball season gets cranked up.
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