“It seems my hypocrisy knows no bounds.” Doc Holliday- Well, not really Doc Holliday, but Val Kilmer as Doc Holliday in Tombstone. I don’t know if the real Doc Holliday ever actually said this, but the quote is apropos to my post.
I think I may have recently implied that 2012 Bowman Chrome was a rip off. At least the blaster I got kind of was, even though it had an autograph and the base cards in each pack were 100% refractors. Even with that, it was still a measly 24 cards for $20 and I wasn’t thrilled with it.
I vowed to not buy anymore. However, later that night I watched Chris Olds open some rack packs online that contained the green retail parallels and thought, “you know, those green refractors are pretty cool.”
You know what? The green parallels are pretty cool, and I have some to prove it as I completely flip flopped and bought a couple of rack packs:
I also got an auto:
Again, someone I am completely unfamiliar with, but I’ll take it.
In my defense, I won a $50 gift card at work last week and used that to pay for the cards. AND I might add I gave the remainder of the card to the lovely wife. When I gave it to her, I was hoping she would say something like “No, my sweet handsome husband. You keep it. I want you to have it. You can go back to Walmart and spend the rest right after our steak dinner with mushrooms and roasted asparagus and fresh chocolate chip cookies for dessert. I’ll put the kids down by myself while you shop for cards, and when you get back we can watch the MLB network and then I’ll show you what I bought at Victoria’s Secret today.”
But that didn’t happen and she still has the gift card.