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    Cranston RI card show

    Hi gang,

    Do any of you ever go to the annual card show that Tom McDonough runs in Cranston, R.I.? If so, shoot me an email (bdangelo@aol.com) or a PM here, I am working on a story about the 40th annual show later this month.

    Thanks!

    Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdangelo View Post
    Hi gang,

    Do any of you ever go to the annual card show that Tom McDonough runs in Cranston, R.I.? If so, shoot me an email (bdangelo@aol.com) or a PM here, I am working on a story about the 40th annual show later this month.

    Thanks!

    Bob
    Hi Bob
    Send me some info on the show I am not to far from cranston and can check it out for you My email is chieftazmisty@yahoo.
    Later
    Tom
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    Hi Tom, I was going to write a preview about it. It's held usually the week before the Super Bowl. So I was hoping to talk with anyone who has been before.

    Bob
    "You see, you spend a good piece of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time.'' -- Jim Bouton, from the last sentence of "Ball Four"

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    I went to it a couple years ago. It has been going on longer than the National. It was a good show. I actually found cards there cheaper than at the Shriner's show. There were not as many dealers there as there are at the Shriner's show but overall it was a good experience.
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    Sent you a PM, mm1sub
    "You see, you spend a good piece of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time.'' -- Jim Bouton, from the last sentence of "Ball Four"

    Read my sports card and book blogs at: http://bobdangelobooks.weebly.com/the-sports-bookie/

    Follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/BobDAngelo1

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    PM returned.
    1975 Topps Minis: 362/660 55% complete
    1972 Topps: 762/787 97% complete
    1971 Topps: 678/752 90% complete
    1960 Topps: 500/572 87% complete

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    thank you for the kind words!
    "You see, you spend a good piece of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time.'' -- Jim Bouton, from the last sentence of "Ball Four"

    Read my sports card and book blogs at: http://bobdangelobooks.weebly.com/the-sports-bookie/

    Follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/BobDAngelo1

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    Nice story. I miss having a show locally to go to regularly.
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    Thanks. I wish they had more shows here in Tampa, too. There is one each month at the Big Top Flea Market north of town.
    "You see, you spend a good piece of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time.'' -- Jim Bouton, from the last sentence of "Ball Four"

    Read my sports card and book blogs at: http://bobdangelobooks.weebly.com/the-sports-bookie/

    Follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/BobDAngelo1

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    Great article Bob!! And thank you for mentioning me in the article!!!
    1975 Topps Minis: 362/660 55% complete
    1972 Topps: 762/787 97% complete
    1971 Topps: 678/752 90% complete
    1960 Topps: 500/572 87% complete

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    Thanks! And thanks for your comments for the story
    "You see, you spend a good piece of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time.'' -- Jim Bouton, from the last sentence of "Ball Four"

    Read my sports card and book blogs at: http://bobdangelobooks.weebly.com/the-sports-bookie/

    Follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/BobDAngelo1

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