No that's not the comment question of the post because everyone knows the answer to that question. Anyways, here are some cards (and some facts) I picked up for free (sorta) on Listia:
|1984 Topps #127 Reggie Roby RC|
1992 Fleer #700 Teamwork Mark Wohlers, Kent Mercker, Alejandro Pena
|1996 Score #180 Mike Kelly|
|1996 Score Dugout Collection #A78 Mark Lemke|
|2002 Press Pass JE Old School #OS10 Jeremy Shockey|
|2006 Bowman #161 Devin Hester RC|
|2007 Upper Deck #286 Greg Olsen RC|
|2008 Upper Deck Icons #84 Frank Gore|
|2008 Upper Deck Icons #100 Clinton Portis|
|2009 Upper Deck Goodwin Champions Mini #6 Chipper Jones|
In case you were wondering what Listia is all about, I will give you a little info. Listia is an auction site that uses a point system instead of currency. You start off with some free points to spend but you can earn more points by posting your own auctions. You can find lots of stuff on Listia such as movies, games, clothing, coins, electronics and of course sports cards. Since I've been a member I have noticed that more and more cards are making their way onto the site. If you are interested you can check it out here and sign up to give me some free points (wink, wink).
Comment Question for Contest Entries
If you had to get rid of all your cards except for one, what card would you keep?
This is a very tough question to answer. I would probably keep my 1990 autographed Mark Lemke card. It is the only card in my collection that was autographed in person and it is a constant reminder to me of what collecting was like as a youngster.