You have a California on the left, New York on the right and Chicago in the middle. Technically they are all pizza. It's just that the one in the middle actually IS a proper pizza, and the other two are total crap.
Tony dropped a nice group of White Sox on me. Santiago headed right into the throwback binder. It's only the 3rd cammo parallel I have of a Sox player, but the card belongs with it's 1972 brethren. Sale is a high number for '14s Heritage set. Anderson is down at Spring Training, but will probably start the year back in the minors. But he is a possible shortstop for the future.
The main fill in the mailer, though, was miscuts. And boy some real gems were found. I'm going to have to move the miscuts to a new binder as their current housing is getting far too small. When I get one of the super no right angles like the Smith, I wonder what happened to the cards beside it. Boy, I would love to pair up a couple cards from two different locations. Ryno is a printing error of some sort. Must have been a scrap of paper on the stock.
HARMON'D!!!! You can see the range of miscuts, from not so bad on the left to Frank and Marty had liquid lunches again on the right.
These are the stars, though. Only Midwest people know the delicious joy of Jays potato chips. You coast people can suck it! Jays used to always have great giveaways in their boxes. Yes - boxes. You were a total loser if you didn't have a Jays pencil when school year started - they always put those in just before September. Somehow, though, I never ever pulled Sox Jays cards from my purchases. I appreciate the 7 cards from the this set Tony dropped on me, all logo free, though Harold has some uniform peeking out.
Tony, thank you so much for the new additions. Maybe I'll send you some Buona, Patio Ribs or a dozen paczkis.
BTW - we still buy Jays in this house over anything else. They are the best chips around. I have a bag of the barbeque on the kitchen counter. Nothing beats the local food items.