I am the worst.
I have this blog. I have an interesting collecting project. One that gives me the opportunity to research baseball players that have been mostly lost to time and I can't even manage one dang post a month. I intend to correct that.
Just not now and not with this post.
This will be a throwaway post. So, let's get to it so we can just put it behind us.
This, my friends, is the last card I needed to complete my 1955 Topps set. It will be oldest set I will build. The second to last card I needed was Jackie Robinson. Why am I not showing that off? Well...it is kinda ugly and it is already in the binder. So, chalk it up to laziness.
Anyways, about every set older than this has at least one card that is ungodly expensive and I am just not about that. If I am going to splash out, it isn't going to be on a set build. Frankly, I am still undecided about whether I should have opened my wallet wide enough to get that Clemente rookie card for this set. Don't get me wrong. I love that card. But, I still think about the opportunity cost.
Anyways, I'm done with 1955 Topps.
What I am listening to: "Loan Me a Dime" by Boz Scaggs
NB: The original studio version of this song featured Duane Allman on guitar, but I am partial to live versions. There are several youtube videos with the original version. Go listen to them.
NB2: I am guessing only two of my readers will immediately get "NB"