Post by Disco Stuuuuuuu on Jun 24, 2017 16:23:41 GMT -8
If you're counting the number of shills I've made on the CGC board, you're way low
"If it's in plastic, it's worth money." Steve Borock
Have you ever slabbed a comic with a blank cover? Ever buy a slab just to put up on the Registry? Do you really care about Newsstand vs Direct? Do you collect 2nd print foreign reprint price variants? Do you pretend to have OCD to justify overspending? Congrats, you're a.
Coin collectors are .
"Spawn is one of my Top-3 favorite titles." - TwoPiece
Post by steveinthecity on Jun 26, 2017 19:54:16 GMT -8
In Great Britain in 1799 the "reversible court" playing card design was patented by Edmund Ludlow and Ann Wilcox. Reversible card faces meant that players no longer had to turn upside down cards right side up. Before this, opponents could sometimes get an idea of what was in another player's hand by watching them reverse their cards.
Taking this one step further, the four numbers in "1799" add individually to the sum of 26, and there are exactly 26 black and 26 red cards in a standard deck.