Sunday, January 31, 2010

Daily Bip Update and a Gift

Now that Bipping has swept the nation (and from what I hear, pretty soon the world), I thought it might be a good idea to legitimize the phenomenon with some corporate branding. So while you cannot yet order an official "Bipped 2010" T-shirt or trucker's hat, you can add the first in a continuing series of Thorzul Will Rule Classic Film Bipped Images to your site. If you get Bipped, feel free to use photo #1 below in your post. More are coming, so don't settle for any of the imitators that are bound to follow.


Like that? Alright, let's get on with the Bips.
Turns out I wasn't the only one Heartbreaking Cards got; looks like Beardy received his come-uppance as well. So did Nachos Grande (aka Fan of Reds). Then dayf proved he could dish it out as well as take it, with Night Owl as his victim. Finally, Phungo got touched by an angel, not in a spiritual way, but in a manner that makes you want to shower for four hours straight.

And to top it off, I've been informed of a practice that I don't think really qualifies as Bipping, but is really more of a bait and switch by Topps.


If I haven't linked to your Bipping, please let me know so I can include your particular rite of passage.
1. dayf Bipped by Motherscratcher
2. Thorzul Bipped by Motherscratcher
3. Night Owl Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
4. Baseball Cards Come to Life! Bipped by SpastikMooss
5. Motherscratcher Bipped by Beardy
6. Thorzul Bipped by Beardy
7. A Cardboard Problem Bipped by ?????
8. Beardy Bipped by GCRL (But Beardy Dikembe Mutombo-ed the Bipping Back in His Face)
9. Thorzul Bipped by gritz76
10. Great Sports Name Hall of Fame Bipped by Sports Cards Come to Life
11. dayf Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
12. GCRL Bipped by Padrographs
13. Autographed Cards Bipped by Padrographs
14. Heartbreaking Cards Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
15. Cards on Cards Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
16. Night Owl Bipped by Wicked Ortega
17. Thorzul Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
18. Thorzul Bipped by ?????
19. The Paper Chase Bipped by Jon
20. dayf Bipped by Collective Troll
21. Rain of Error Bipped by an eBay seller
22. Carl Crawford Cards Bipped by thesewingmachineguy
23. Great Sports Name Hall of Fame Bipped by Carl Crawford Cards
24. dayf Bipped by Stale Gum
25. Thorzul Bipped by Heartbreaking Cards
26. Beardy Bipped by Heartbreaking Cards
27.Nachos Grande Bipped by Heartbreaking Cards
28. Night Owl Bipped by dayf
29. Phungo Bipped by Night Owl

If you, or someone you love, gets Bipped, do not hesitate to call 1-800-THORZUL. Operators are standing by.

Saturday, January 30, 2010

More Bippings and a D***-Slap

There have been a lot more dudes getting Bipped these days! I can't believe how far this has spread and how long it has gone on. I will try to keep up, but this task grows more daunting with every day that passes. If you don't see yours here, let me know.

Let's see what has transpired since we last met.
Doug Dascenzo made an unwanted appearance at The Paper Chase, the Cardboard Junkie got New York'd, Rain of Error bought some stuff on eBay and may have been Score hockey Bipped (verdict still hasn't been handed down, though), Carl Crawford Cards got Stitched, then he turned around and Crime Dogged a dude. Hardcore. The funniest, though, might be dayf getting Bipped again, this time by the same assailant that Bucked me. Some of the genuine Bip cards can be traced back to the original Bipping. Several clues have led me to deduce that the man responsible for this act in none other than Stale Gum's Chris Harris. Two titans of baseball card literature (because that's what this is, truly) going toe to toe... I can't wait to see the retaliation.

And then there was this little doozy. I got a package in the mail this week from Matt at Heartbreaking Cards of Staggering Genius. This guy likes to send me little packages of Brewers now and again, so I eagerly opened the bubble mailer to find...

...five Dicks staring back at me.

That's right, I've been Dick Slapped, 1981-style.
No worries, though, since there were some genuinely cool Brewers cards accompanying the Dicks, including this nifty Corey Hart Goudey parallel, numbered 88/88. That's a one-of-one, folks, if you're a complete douchebag. Good stuff, HCoSG, I'm glad you got in on the fun.


If I haven't linked to your Bipping, please let me know so I can include your particular rite of passage.
1. dayf Bipped by Motherscratcher
2. Thorzul Bipped by Motherscratcher
3. Night Owl Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
4. Baseball Cards Come to Life! Bipped by SpastikMooss
5. Motherscratcher Bipped by Beardy
6. Thorzul Bipped by Beardy
7. A Cardboard Problem Bipped by ?????
8. Beardy Bipped by GCRL (But Beardy Dikembe Mutombo-ed the Bipping Back in His Face)
9. Thorzul Bipped by gritz76
10. Great Sports Name Hall of Fame Bipped by Sports Cards Come to Life
11. dayf Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
12. GCRL Bipped by Padrographs
13. Autographed Cards Bipped by Padrographs
14. Heartbreaking Cards Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
15. Cards on Cards Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
16. Night Owl Bipped by Wicked Ortega
17. Thorzul Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
18. Thorzul Bipped by ?????
19. The Paper Chase Bipped by Jon
20. dayf Bipped by Collective Troll
21. Rain of Error Bipped by an eBay seller
22. Carl Crawford Cards Bipped by thesewingmachineguy
23. Great Sports Name Hall of Fame Bipped by Carl Crawford Cards
24. dayf Bipped by Stale Gum
25. Thorzul Bipped by Heartbreaking Cards

If you, or someone you love, gets Bipped, do not hesitate to call 1-800-THORZUL. Operators are standing by.

Friday, January 29, 2010

My Secret Shame #8: Super Stickers

Okay, I took a day off from blogging yesterday for like the first day all month. I apologize. This month I have had the highest traffic of any month since Thorzul Will Rule has begun. Thank you for that. As a penance for yesterday's laziness, you get one of the fan favorites here, a page from my childhood sticker book. You can thank me later.

This page is the centerfold of the book, one half of the Super Stickers subset. I would imagine that this was intended to be the place where only the choicest stickers would reside. Sorry, sticker book makers, you're getting the same old shit here. Send me a hundred of these things, and you'll get ninety-nine pages of pert, oiled-up, XXXXXXXXX, and several zoomed-in-upon shaved XXXXXXXXX. (Sorry, there's kids reading this, I suppose. I'll let your imaginations go wild as to what's hidden by the X's. And if you can't already tell, I'm drunk as all get-out. Buckle up for a wild ride.)

First of all, check out this Boglin. He's laughing his ass off at a transgression of only the most severe type. Remember when I told you about the kids in my grade school who would punch people in the stomachs with their Boglins on their hand? Well, this guy is laughing at the victims' tears. What? What's that? Are you going to be shitting blood for the next four days? HAHAHAHAHAHA... FUCK YOU! AT LEAST YOU HAVE LEGS!!!

Next up is a sticker from a pack of Topps Trivia Battle cards. Don't believe me that such a thing existed?!?! Well, fuck you. For the longest time I thought the yellow smoke rising out of the cauldron was the wizards hair. Damn, was I stupid when I was little. Apparently this was the card you were supposed to lay down upon your enemy when they answer that Anchorage is the capital city of Alaska. You're supposed to scream, "Wrong, bitch!!! Juneau!!!" and then slap this card into their face. Full contact card collecting at its finest.

Here's my favorite sticker on the page. Does anything have more authority than a glue-backed piece of paper? Maybe a notary stamp does, but I'd like to see the mettle of a man who can argue with this "NO" sticker. "Can you take my shift next Sunday?" "NO, motherfucker! I got shit to do!" Can anyone argue with that? Hells, no.

Motherfuck. Why is this sticker not on its original backing? I can clearly remember my mom telling me that this was the coolest sticker she had ever seen, and that I'd be a damn fool for affixing it to any page, much less a page shared with...

...Don Sutton! Is he a pimp or what?!?! Old as hell, rocking the perm, enjoying his twilight years in sunny California.

There's a lot more to look at here. It's a veritable Where's Waldo of stickerdom. Can you find:
*An unlicensed Superman logo?
*WWF detritus?
*Dino ass?
*The worst hot air balloon ever?
*A slap in the face to the estate of E.B. White?
*Two of the worst fucking rainbows ever?

Again, I apologize for this incoherent mess. How many apologies is that? Well, multiply that time three beers. You wanna call that a quotient? Product, bitches!

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Thorzul's 2010 Topps Experiment

"Because it's there."
-George Mallory, English mountain climber, responding to being asked why he wanted to climb Mt. Everest

"Because there's so damn much of it."
-Thorzul, explaining the reasoning behind his particular approach to collecting 2010 Topps

As a card collector, it's an exciting time of year, with the 2010 flagship set having been released within the last week or so. With so many choices before each of us, one must be selective when considering what to collect during the course of a given year. This being the climate of the hobby, I thought it would be fun to try out an experiment. A socioeconomic experiment, as it were.

Dig through any repack box or dime bin and you're bound to find a veritable Nebraska silo's worth of... say... 2007 Topps cards. Everywhere you go, you can find packs with David Ortiz on the front, just daring you to find a couple bucks lost in the lining of your spring windbreaker, dollars that you would later regret parting with. Why is this the case? Why are there pallets of unsold repack boxes sitting near the entrance of every Jo-Ann Fabric and PetSmart? Why is this exaggeration hitting a little too close to the truth? Well, I guess it's because they turn those printing presses on, lock the doors, then come back three months later.

While fun at the time, collecting the Topps base sets the last few years has lost its luster for me. I even gave up on 2009 Heritage, and have managed to hold true for nearly a full year. "But Thorzul," you shout, "you are a set builder by trade! Whatever will you do if you don't obsessively collect every card in 2010 Topps?" The answer, friends, is simple. I'm going to let you do it for me.

You heard me right. This is my first (well, second, if you count the Bipping) Baseball Card Collecting Community (BCCC) experiment. I am, first and foremost, a man of science. Accordingly, we will use the Scientific Method. Our point of inquiry will begin here: "Can someone collect the entire 2010 Topps baseball card set (Series 1 and 2) without buying any cards, and if so, how long will it take?"

Here's where you come in. When you're frantically piecing together your 2010 Topps set, I'd like you to set aside any cards you have doubles of, can't trade away, or just plain don't want. At your convenience, send them to me. Just the base cards, so no inserts, please, unless you have a Cards Your Mom Threw Away Robin Yount. For the first stages of this experiment, I will just take blind donations of any cards in the set at all. As I start to chip away, I'll post a current need list. You will also be able to check a running counter in the sidebar to see how long this is taking. Perhaps it will take years, who knows? (Oh, and once (if) this set gets completed, I will be holding a drawing for all of the extra cards.)

Alright, let's get this started. Here's where you can send your doubles:
Bill Boehm
1916 N. 52nd St.
Milwaukee, WI 53208

Can it be done? Only time will tell.

Cheapo Doubler Break: Angels, Rangers

Well, it's been a long journey, but at last we've made it to the final duo.

Teams: Angels, Rangers
Buyer: RWH
Favorite Cards: Circa '97 #33 Eddie Murray, 1999 Upper Deck MVP Power Surge #P5 Juan Gonzalez, Circa '97 #259 Ivan Rodriguez, 1998 UD Collector's Choice Jumbo #249 Ivan Rodriguez



Thoughts: The Anaheim Angels accomplished something in this break that no one ever thought possible: They made Eddie Murray not look tough and awesome. Had Eddie played more than 46 games for the Angels, word has it that he would have received a special incentive bonus in the form of a Make-a-Wish-esque opportunity to play Donald Duck (or Pluto) at Disneyland for one week.
I like that we get to see both sides of Ivan Rodriguez, who showed up on the one jumbo card that came out of the '98 Collector's Choice blister pack.

The Angels lot was bad, bad, bad, so I'm throwing in this card, 2008 Topps Gold Parallel #525 Gary Matthews (1247/2008).

And now, I'm officially group break-ed out. Speaking of which, the response for the 2005 Bowman Sterling box break was extremely lukewarm, so I'm giving up on that unless a miracle happens and 30 people demand it. You'll have to wait until I find something better that comes along.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Thorzul Exclusive: Brett Favre Press Conference (The Lost Tapes)

Following the conlcusion of last night's game, I suddenly got the urge to dig my way through the vast Thorzul Will Rule archives, hoping to find a bootleg recording I was able to acquire of a post-game press conference given by then-Packers' quarterback Brett Favre. This search, happily, was successful. While I am not 100% sure of the exact date, certain details lead me to believe that the recording was made back in 2002. I was able to whip up a pretty barebones video image montage, but the real good stuff is in the audio. Enjoy.

© 2009 Thorzul Press


In the interest of full disclosure, yes, that is Thorzul himself providing the voice of Brett Favre, as well as some of the reporters. This recording was engineered by my good friend Geoff M., who also provided some of the reporters' voices. Liz M. also co-starred as a reporter. This recording was produced some time in the fall of 2002.

I Need to Get My Hands on Your Wang

I am just one card away from closing out my 2008 Topps Heritage set, and I thought I'd put out an APB for that final elusive card. I am looking for card #430, Chien-Ming Wang of the New York Yankees. I just can't seem to find it anywhere for a reasonable price.

Check Out My Cards?
Nope.

eBay?
Not there either, unless you want to pay $25.99 because some moron slabbed it. What a fucking idiot.

All other typical avenues have been exhausted, and by exhausted, I mean that I'm not willing to pay $8 including shipping.
So, if you have this card and don't particularly need it, let me know. We can work out a trade or I can just pay you a reasonable amount for it.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Thank Christ

Cheapo Doubler Break: A's, Expos/Nationals

Teams: A's, Expos/Nationals
Buyer: Zpop
Favorite Cards: 1998 Bowman Prospect Previews #BP9 A.J. Hinch, Circa '97 Boss #12 Mark McGwire, Circa '97 #347 Pedro Martinez, 1996 Score Dugout Collection #61 Moises Alou




Thoughts: Sorry, my man, but no Nationals again. Wrong time frame. But there were a few cool inserts for each team. The McGwire Boss card, well, it is what it is. His last issues as an Athletic are kind of interesting, since it was all Cardinals from there on out. The Hinch was actually an insert in Stadium Club, giving collectors a look at the newly reconfigured Bowman brand.

And Pedro looks awesome with a bat.

Plus he gets props from F.P. Santangelo, nonetheless.

Cheapo Doubler Break: Mariners, Reds

Winding down, only a few teams left.

Teams: Mariners, Reds
Buyer: Bud (First Day Issue)
Favorite Cards: Circa '97 Boss #6 Ken Griffey, Jr., 1998 Topps Stadium Club Playing With Passion #P10 Ken Griffey, Jr., 1997 UD Collector's Choice #332 Alex Rodriguez Ken Griffey, Jr.'s Hot List, Circa '97 #100 Alex Rodriguez, 1999 UD MVP #55 Saen Casey



Thoughts: The old adage holds true: You can't go wrong picking the Mariners in a late-1990s group break. Once again, some very nice Griffey inserts were pulled. I think I like the Boss card the best. You can't tell from the scan, but all of the letters and the picture of Griffey himself are embossed (thus the name), and they nailed the M's colors perfectly. I believe there were other levels of Boss cards in '97 Circa, this being the most common. There was only one other one pulled, I think, and we haven't seen it yet. This is good for the few people with teams left.

Dwarfed by the Mariners by a staggering margin, there weren't any exciting Reds cards pulled. I went with Casey beacuse he routinely comes out on top by, yes, a staggering margin whenever MLB players themselves are polled on who the nicest player in baseball is. It's an absolute landslide, really. Here's the 2007 results from SI.

Since the Reds were so crappy, I'm throwing in a 2009 Topps Unique Unparalleled Performances #UP15 Bronson Arroyo.

He got this card because of what he did on April 5 and 11, 2006. Not exactly amazing, but certainly UNIQUE because he's the only guy to ever do it. Do you know what he did?

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Bipped, Bucked, and Sideways F--(Shut Your Mouth!)

Weather Report: Cloudy With a Chance of Bippings

The Bippings are pouring in from around the country. Here are some new ones.
We've got some Bo Knows Bipping at Autographed Cards, there was some Silver Spoon Bipping (Bush 41, Kennebunkport-style) of Heartbreaking Cards by Thoughts and Sox, another smaller scale Bipping by Thoughts and Sox, and Night Owl got Dontrell'd.

Not to be left out of the action, I was the victim of two more Bippings this week. The first was by the most prolific Bipper out there, Thoughts and Sox. We had arranged a trade that would help get me closer to finishing my 1993 Fleer Football set (thanks for that, by the way), and I got a little Eckstra in the deal:
That's seven Dennis Eckersley cards. It's odd, I never bought a pack of that stuff, yet I have TONS of the cards. Is it that small of a set? Do you get like 36 packs of cards in a box, 15 cards a pack like the old days for a 100-card set? I need to look into this.

Then, there was a mystery Bipping. I got Bipped...

...no, make that BUCKED, by an unknown assailant. Check the grassy knoll. The only clue was a return address in FFX, VA. I have compiled a database of people I've oft traded with, but this address has not yet been entered. Enough mystery, let's see what was sent.

WOW, a full set of 1986 Star Milwaukee Bucks cards! Make that seven 13-card sets! Sponsored by Lifebuoy! This is a great Bipping!

I'm not going to show you all the cards, but here are my personal highlights.
#1 Don Nelson
He was the Bucks coach for quite some time. did you know that the Bucks won their division seven straight times from 1980 to 1986? If it weren't for the Celtics, Milwaukee would have probably had a couple more championships than their lone 1971 title. I just wish Nellie would have had a fish tie in this shot.

#2 Randy Breuer
Quintessential big slow white guy. In retrospect, I think I should have gone with Paul Mokeski, who would have also fit the bill. You can see him in the middle of the pile in the master shot above.

#6 Craig Hodges
That man could shoot the 3!

#12 Paul Pressey
When I was about eight years old, my mom took me to Warehouse Shoes where Paul Pressey was signing autographs. Actually, he was signing posters supplied by the shoe store. There was literally nobody in line, so I got up the courage to ask Paul if I could have another autographed poster for my friend. He was very nice and obliged my request. He will go down in history as one of the good guys.


If I haven't linked to your Bipping, please let me know so I can include your particular rite of passage.
1. dayf Bipped by Motherscratcher
2. Thorzul Bipped by Motherscratcher
3. Night Owl Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
4. Baseball Cards Come to Life! Bipped by SpastikMooss
5. Motherscratcher Bipped by Beardy
6. Thorzul Bipped by Beardy
7. A Cardboard Problem Bipped by ?????
8. Beardy Bipped by GCRL (But Beardy Dikembe Mutombo-ed the Bipping Back in His Face)
9. Thorzul Bipped by gritz76
10. Great Sports Name Hall of Fame Bipped by Sports Cards Come to Life
11. dayf Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
12. GCRL Bipped by Padrographs
13. Autographed Cards Bipped by Padrographs
14. Heartbreaking Cards Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
15. Cards on Cards Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
16. Night Owl Bipped by Wicked Ortega
17. Thorzul Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
18. Thorzul Bipped by ?????

If you, or someone you love, gets Bipped, do not hesitate to call 1-800-THORZUL. Operators are standing by.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Rebus Solved!: A Tip of the Cap to...

...Mad Guru!

Here it is in its entirety:

Yo Mama...

Yo Daddy...

Yo bald-headed Granny...

She 99...

She think she's fine...

She going out with Frankenstein.


In case anybody's wondering, this comes from the timeless children's insult rhyme, used in a hand-clap game, or, possibly, while jumping rope. It popped into my head when I was looking at a different Granny Hamner card. I doubt I have to explain the link between any of the words and pictures to most of you, but I do want to clarify that the Natalie Portman card is not currently mine, and if I did own it, (I'm looking in your direction, dayf (and others)), I would have given you all the highest resolution scan possible. Also, the Portman card is just supposed to stand for "fine," not "She think she's fine." The word applies to her unequivocally. Without any further explanation, she's my World's #1/#1, much like a LeBron James, or, to a lesser extent, Kwame Brown. And yes, that is a Kevin Mmahat (pronounced Momma-hat, according to the good people over at 1990 Score) card, the only one that actually belongs to me.

I was impressed that Mad Guru got it right within the first 24 hours, and I doubt that I'd have done very well had I not created this rebus. I'd like to hear his thought process regarding how he solved this difficult puzzle. I was also intrigued by the "Yankees v. Phillies" response that some of you gave. I would not have thought to approach the rebus from that angle, but ultimately it got those guessers only so far. If you want to keep trying to solve them, I can keep making them. Let me know if you would like this to become a regular feature.

Lots of Bippage, But No Nip Slippage

I'm trying to stay current on all of this, folks, but the Bippings are occurring at an exponential rate. If Hollywood made a movie that was a cross between Dawn of the Dead and a utility infielder, but changed the setting to a 1990s card shop, this is what it would feel like.
Oh, and if there's someone out there who could make Bip into a fractal, I'd love to see it.

Let's see what's transpired recently. There's a bit of Brave Bipping going on. Not ballsy, mind you, just actual Braves. Best-known Braves collector dayf got more Dale Murphys than he could handle, and the Great Sports Name Hall of Fame got Mannhugged, Rated Rookie-style. (Manhugger origin, anyone? You can drop your knowledge in the comments.) Garvey Cey Russell Lopes then got Bip Bipped, not exactly within the rules, but well in accordance with the spirit.

If I haven't linked to your Bipping, please let me know so I can include your particular rite of passage.

1. dayf Bipped by Motherscratcher
2. Thorzul Bipped by Motherscratcher
3. Night Owl Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
4. Baseball Cards Come to Life! Bipped by SpastikMooss
5. Motherscratcher Bipped by Beardy
6. Thorzul Bipped by Beardy
7. A Cardboard Problem Bipped by ?????
8. Beardy Bipped by GCRL (But Beardy Dikembe Mutombo-ed the Bipping Back in His Face)
9. Thorzul Bipped by gritz76
10. Great Sports Name Hall of Fame Bipped by Sports Cards Come to Life
11. dayf Bipped by Thoughts and Sox
12. GCRL Bipped by Padrographs

If you, or someone you love, gets Bipped, do not hesitate to call 1-800-THORZUL. Operators are standing by.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Cheapo Doubler Break: Orioles, Marlins

Of course it would come to this. Every group break has what is undeniably the best card pulled. And of course, it would go to my nemesis. C'est la vie.

Teams: Orioles, Marlins
Buyer: Beardy
Favorite Cards: 1998 Upper Deck Collector's Choice #99 Livan Hernandez, 1995 Pinnacle #318 Andre Dawson, 2006 Topps Chrome Refractor #129 Javy Lopez, '97 Circa Limited Access #12 Cal Ripken, Jr.



Thoughts: Could there be a bigger overall discrepancy between two baseball cards? On the one hand, you've got Dawson, freshly elected to the Hall of Fame, whose right bicep negotiated the Hawk's move to Florida because it had Seasonal Affective Disorder. On the other, you have Livan, hoping he can crack the starting rotation on the East High JV squad.

And let's talk about that Ripken! Would you not choose that over just about any fucking birthday card that ever existed? I mean, come on, it already opens the same way. Let's weigh it on the theoretical scale: Hmmmm, birthday greetings from the Iron Man, oooooorrrrrrr... "To my grandson on his special day"? Only if that thing is stuffed with cash, grandma.

Oh, and since there were no good Marlins (are there ever?), Beardy is getting this card: 2009 Topps Unique Alone At the Top #AT03 Hanley Ramirez

Solve This Card Rebus... Or Die!

Sorry about last night's post. Man, that was just horrible. Lazy.
To make up for it, I'm going to do something fun.

Are there any avid readers of Highlights for Children magazine out there?
No, not you skip-ahead-to-Goofus-and-Gallant emmer-effers, I'm talking about the cover-to-cover, waiting-in-the-dentist's-office, let's-all-fix-a-healthy-snack die-hard Highlights crew that can't get enough of that periodical. If you are part of the latter group, then I know you have mad love for the Brain Teaser from the Gods that is REBUS.

No, not "Redus." Rebus, you hook-ass... (Sorry, still can't shake that term since the episode of "Arrested Development" I watched last night.)

Here's the deal. I'm gonna trot out a bunch of cards that I will use to create a rebus. No clues about the nature of the puzzle, except that the cards are pictured in the order in which they appear in the rebus. Not much to go on, but I'm sure someone can figure it out.






Good luck figuring it out.