baseball cards: virtual memories
Posted in the Major League Baseball Forum
#1 Feb 20, 2013
I'm a big hobbyist. I consider most non-professional or non-work-related non-recreational activities as personal hobbies. One of my hobbies is collecting fridge magnets, perhaps beause I'm fascinated by how collected toys fit or attract together.
I'm from India originaly, so I am a big fan of men's field hockey and cricket, sports that celebrate elegant agility. I've played several sports in my life --- soccer, tennis, long-distance running, baseball, and table tennis. I enjoy how sports celebrate physical play.
I have many hobbies: piano, car tracking, chess, cartoons. I'm a Roman Catholic by faith and I have plans to open a worldly bistro with my neighbor Steve D.
One of my favorite hobbies is collecting MLB spors baseball cards. I emigrated to the USA in 1983 with my family and began collecting Hollywood movie posters and baseball cards.
I own the special 1986 Topps Traded box set as well as the Sammy Sosa rookie cards (Upper Deck), the Rickey Henderson second-year, and the Jim Abbott U.S. Olympic team player card.
These baseball cards are consciously important to me, because they represent my hobbyist fascination with play-industrial movies such as "The First Great Train Robbery" (1978), "Network" (1976), and "The Natural" (1984).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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