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This past week I made it to my local hobby shop for the first time in nearly 6 months I would guess. The reason for my stopping in was to help the owner, my buddy John, with a computer question. Since I was there though, and had an hour or two to spare, I took an opportunity to poke around a bit.In the brief amount of time that I had, I picked out $20 or so worth of cards, plus another $10 in supplies (toploaders, shoeboxes, etc).
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