I once had gotten a bunch of the little silver rings out of 0.25 They all came out in one try it was scary!
Colors, that was a cool game. If only my mother didn’t throw out my cards – even my Mantles.
We often played “Colors” with baseball cards. You would flip your cards vs. an opponent and depending how the colors of the team logos appeared, one or the other player won a certain number of cards from the other. I guess it was a little like poker. East Flatbush, 1960’s
Any for sale? (the hot dog)… I had so many of them once, but can’t forget the hot dog.
I made a scrapbook of all the photos… in color, of course, and Fabian was the best!
Remember the mars Attacks cards? I remember trading someone a pen, a dollar, and some baseball cards for the whole set…wish I still had them. When we had the drills where we had to “make like a turtle and crawl into a ball under your desk” in school, I would wonder if we were under attack.
I had a really cool bracelet with plastic charms on it… I recently gave it to a kid I know. I can’t remember whether or not I bought it, or if the charms came separate. It has a hot dog, a Special K cereal box, a little dog, a rollerskate I think, a teacup… Not sure what else.
FYI/announcement: check out , Fleer’s 2000 Tradition Baseball set. WOW!! Modern technology with old style- alot of topps ’54ish,real checklists & team card like the 50’s /60’s, “league leaders”, multiple player prospect cards,subsets of the playoffs and WS. only 450 cards per set,the cards have that “curve”,inserts too, the master box with 36 packs per is great. I can’t take it, gotta go. Nowadays a set comes out all at once. Remember, “hey, mister, is the 3rd series out yet?”