Friday, August 15, 2008

Welcome!!

Tired of having your trades blocked by ill perceived "Book Value"?

Tired of trading card manufacturers overcharging and under-delivering?



Stuck in a rut and feeling like your collection has become stale?

Losing your passion for the Hobby?

Need real information in which to decide how to best spend your hard earned Hobby dollars?

Wonder what your cards are REALLY worth?

Do you have creative innovations or ideas the card companies should know about?

Do you think Felicia "The Rip Girl" autograph cards are a blatant mockery of the Hobby?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then this blog is for you. Straight talk, no punches pulled. Inspired by the sites on my Links section, the time has come to provide a voice for the collector to learn, vent, and revive their passion for collecting. I cannot guarantee daily posts but will make every effort to share my thoughts with you the collector to spurr conversation and intelligent debate on a regular basis.

So to all I say welcome to The Voice of the Collector: -THE Anti-Beckett

3 comments:

Wax Heaven said...

Welcome to the sports card blogosphere!

Good luck with the blog and email me if ever you need any assistance with anything (or you want to trade Andrew Miller cards!).

-Mario A.

fielderschoice said...

Awesome new blog - I love it!

jv said...

The Voice of the Collector? Where have I heard that before? Hmmmm...

I think it was here...

http://treasureneverburied.blogspot.com/2008/07/voice-of-collector.html

I've read your bio of the site and the first post. That's it. Yet, you are still getting the, hands down, no questions asked, blog of the week post at TNB.

When I wrote the Voice of The Collector post at my blog I hoped that someone would take the initiative to take this stance on the subject. I doubt you even ever read my post but I think it's ironic that you chose that title. Even if I didn't inspire you, tell people that I did because that'll make me feel good...haha...

I can't wait to see what you have in store. If you ever need anything, don't hesitate to ask. Good luck with the blog! You've got at least one dedicated daily visitor here...

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