Boogie2988 doesn’t want you to come to his house

Steven Williams, the man who plays Boogie2988 on YouTube, is making it crystal clear he doesn’t want you coming to his house. He made a video showing all of his Halloween decorations and then showed them set up on his front yard. Evidently he’s now worried people will watch the video and find his house … Continue reading “Boogie2988 doesn’t want you to come to his house”

Japanese man has cat in campaign posters

Satoshi Shima is running for elected office in Japan and for some fantastic reason, has featured a beautiful white cat in some of his campaign posters. His posters seem to follow the common-uncommon-rare format found in Magic The Gathering and other collectible card games. The normal, common poster shows Mr. Shimo without a cat. Then, … Continue reading “Japanese man has cat in campaign posters”

Convicted rapist banned from ‘Magic: the Gathering’ play

Wizards of the Coast suspended a player of Magic: the Gathering from competitive play until the year 2049. His Magic Online account, theĀ online version of Magic: the Gathering played with digital cards, has been frozen and flagged for deletion. The reason? He’s a convicted rapist listed on the Virginia sex offender website. Zachary Jesse finished … Continue reading “Convicted rapist banned from ‘Magic: the Gathering’ play”

Sports Card Radio: ‘Nothing against the Magic people, but most of them are not the most spendy, big-wallet type of people’

On the February 13 episode of Sports Card Radio, my new favorite podcast, host Colin Tedards interviewed Ryan Kent Jr. from BallCardsRadio.com. Ryan is a 14-years-old high school freshman who’s been collecting sports cards for ten years, and he now has his own podcast that Colin has been listening to. During the interview, the discussion … Continue reading “Sports Card Radio: ‘Nothing against the Magic people, but most of them are not the most spendy, big-wallet type of people’”

Magic: The Counterfeiting

I don’t see how a normal human being is supposed to be able to distinguish a fake card from a real card, especially if they can’t physically look at the card with a magnifying glass or a jeweler’s loupe.

I don’t see how a normal human being is supposed to be able to distinguish a fake card from a real card, especially if they can’t physically look at the card with a magnifying glass or a jeweler’s loupe.