I am not very good at writing short posts.
I like my posts to have something to say and the only way I seem to be able to do that is by making them long. Whenever I try to make it short, the post feels empty and can't help but think "who is going to read that?" It feels like I have nothing to say.
But there is no time for a long post today. I'm going to have to write a short one, meaning I feel like I need cards that are appropriate for when you have nothing to say. What are the perfect cards for when you have nothing to say?
That's right! Prizm! Perfect.
God, look at those things. Every thought has just flown out of my head. I'm coming up with ... nothing.
I don't even know if Panini is making Prizm cards anymore. I've completely lost track because I lost interest like five years ago.
These were sent to me by Jon of Community Gum (who is probably wondering why he sent them now). He says they were on my want list. I'll take his word for it. Unsurprisingly, all of Prizm's cards blend together in my brain and it'll probably take a good couple hours that I don't have to figure what cards go to what set.
Fortunately he sent a card from another unlicensed Panini set that I can distinguish a bit more. And it has a wonderful green border.
The rest of the Panini cards Jon sent were ones that I had claimed in his trade bait posts because they stood out. That's right, I said Panini stood out.
The Panini inserts in Optic look quite nice even if it's not cards of Dodgers but of Los Angeleseseseses.
The Beltre card is numbered on the back.
This is always a terrifying moment for Panini because they have to know how horrid they are at card backs. If Panini could figure out a way to make a one-sided card, I bet they'd do it.
Wow. I mean look at that effort.
Well, I guess I had a few things to say.
But it was about Panini, so probably nobody is reading.