Monday, July 23, 2012

Hey, Who Dropped Me?

I was down to 83 followers on Friday, after cruising comfortably for several months at 84 followers.   If  my math is correct, that means I lost exactly 1 follower.   Thankfully, I just recently added another follower (welcome gcrl) to get me back up to 84, but I'm still despondent that someone else dropped me.   I should be at 85 followers, which I think we can all agree is a more than 84 followers.

Whoever the misguided soul was that abandoned me,  we need to talk.  Once you are part of the Napkin Doon family, you don’t leave.  Ever. 

I simply request that whoever dropped me, kindly re-follow my blog, read this heartfelt post and then you can re-drop me so that you can then re-re-follow and return to the family. 

Here are some cards I got this weekend:

These are 3 of the 2005 Gallery Artists Proof I needed for the 2005 Gallery Artist Proof set I'm working on going on 12 years now.  I bet my mystery dropper wishes he or she could have seen this.


Play at the Plate said...

To quote BOTH of my children, "It wasn't me!"

Ryan G said...

Twarnt me. By the way, I find it amazing that you started collecting the2005 Gallery Artist Proof set in 2000. What's your secret? I want to get a head start on a few sets too!

Nathan said...

It was possibly me. I follow you under this account, but recently I logged into my other personal account to follow a few blogs of friends and family. I ended up unfollowing all of my baseball blogs on that account.

So I was effectively juicing your numbers by following you under two accounts before. I'm just trying to help you get clean.

Napkin Doon said...

Ryan its a gift I have. Wait until you get a load of the 2017 Topps Fangraphs Set. Not only will it feature some slick spray chart inserts, it will have Schmitty Ray Bradley's first rookie card.

Nathan, juicing is not only allowed here, but encouraged.

Ryan G said...

Napkin: I really want to get a head start on Panini Diamond Kings, because you know it'll have 256 parallels, one for each color in a Crayola box. Because the set's art will be drawn with Crayola crayons.

I hope Panini doesn't read this blog post and get any ideas.