Thursday, December 12, 2013

Tis the Season: minis have new homes

Sorry - I meant to get this up yesterday, but I got side tracked. I'm sure you all understand. And in that line, thank you for your kind words on the passing of my mom. As you read this, we as have a service for her. She will be missed, but never forgotten. And me giving away things is the best way to honor her.

So, let's not wait any longer. The numbers have been tallied and we have winners. In the first giveaway for the 2nd annual Tis the Season here at 2x3 Heroes, we had three stacks of minis. Guess the serial number of the related card to the stack with the closest taking the pile. Here's the back of those three cards.

And we focus on the important parts of each card:

Yeah - I put them in the wrong order. D'oh! Anyway, Frieri is #659, Neshek is # 168 and Smith is #1267. The winners? Jafronius takes the 71/75/87 stack with a guess of 623. Uncle Moe has the middle stack of Ginter/Kimball and stuff with a guess of 200 (good competition for that pile). And Dhoff takes the far right stack of minis with a guess of 1286. So if you three just want to shoot me an email, we'll work out getting the cards. If you signed up for the Big Card Dump, just let me know so I'll get it in with that pile.

If you haven't signed up for the card dump, DO IT!!! And if you left a comment for the dump, you need to fill out the form. It makes it easy for me to package and mail quickly. Here, I'll make the form link simple to find.


Alright, we good? Currently running a giveaway for the football and basketball cards I have obtained this year. You can find that post here. Again - guess the number and win free cards. I forgot to mention when it would end. Let's say you can guess until Sunday, Dec 15th at 2pm. Sound like a good plan?


  1. Oh, cool. Thanks for the contest, man. I signed up for the Dump, I think. Should I still send you an address?

  2. Woo! I won something! I concur with Dhoff...thanks for the contest. I should already be signed up for the Dump (much to my wife's chagrin), but let me know if there's a problem.