View single post by Erick Von Erich
 Posted: Fri Dec 13th, 2019 04:13 pm
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Erick Von Erich


Joined: Thu Mar 26th, 2015
Location: Texas USA
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Surprised we haven't mentioned the "documentary" that's out on several streaming services, now-- "Jack of All Trades". It's about a former child voice-actor who is excited to sell all of his "vintage" crap from 1987 to 1990.

I say "documentary", because some parts seem staged and it becomes about a man-child's reunion with his worthless dad. The main man-child guy is extremely whiny and unlikable.

There is a somewhat eye-opening segment about the 1989 Upper Deck Ken Griffey, Jr. card. Supposedly, PSA has graded more cards than Upper Deck's official print run. It's believed that Upper Deck produced entire sheets of just the Griffey card.

If you were into cards during the 87-94 boom period, then you'll probably get some enjoyment out of watching it.