|COVER BOY PETE'S FINEST MOMENT.|
Despite this handicap -- which goes hand in hand with not being able to draw a straight line, color inside the borders or create anything remotely cool with an Etch A Sketch -- I bought an '86 Topps Baseball Sticker Yearbook a long time ago with the thought of filling the album. Of course, I never did, thinking drawing Winky would've been easier.
|THIS YEARBOOK IS LIKE CRACK FOR STAT GEEKS LIKE ME.|
|THOUGHT ABOUT LEAVING A BIG SPACE IN BETWEEN THE ROSE STICKER HALVES |
AS A HOMAGE TO TERRANCE AND PHILLIP.
|I'M THE CLOSET TO FINISHING OFF THE EXPOS PAGE.|
On the one hand, it's good these stickers aren't too sticky; this allows third and fourth tries at centering but bad because they don't stay stuck when finally aligned. When I flip the pages, these stickers are flapping open. I've been stacking heavy objects in hopes of a permanent bond. Wacko Glue might be the next option.
|AND THE FARTHEST FROM THE INDIANS'.|
|WHAT, NO DENKINGER STICKER?|
|PRETTY CLOSE TO FINISHING OFF THE (NOT REALLY) FUTURE STARS.|
Despite the hardship, the album is pretty cool and has a lot of stats and a thorough recap of the '85 season. I might even put up a sticker want list; although, I doubt anyone collects these things. But if anyone does, I have doubles, not to mention double-vision since starting this project.
|FINAL TEAM-BY-TEAM STATS LIKE ALL THE NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED.|
|THE BACK COVER, AND IT'S DAMN COOL.|