You know those fake Publisher's Clearinghouse sweepstakes commercials where a chump in a suit shows up at some joker's house with a fistful of balloons and an oversized check, stepping over the rusty Tonka earth mover toys strewn about the front yard, dogs yapping, eviction notices conveniently hidden from view of the camera, the sounds of a Ziploc bag of oxycontin being flushed down a toilet just barely making their way past piles of Rubbermaid containers full of stuffed animals in what passes for a living room? You know those?
Yeah, this is nothing like that. If you haven't heard, I'm giving away free cards. The first SASE, from Tim in Ohio, arrived the other day. Real people getting real cards, and all they have to do is ask.
Tim asked for Albert Belle and Carlos Baerga, as well as any other Indians. (There weren't any.) And now Tim, for the price of a stamp and the passing sense of disgust after licking an envelope, can call these cards his own.
If you want in on this, click the link in the second paragraph. Lots of good ones left, waiting for a home.