@SHOW_TIME_ryan said in Stop:
People want to spend hundreds on digital cards that will be worthless in less than a year....go ahead.
I’m buying REAL cards. Picked up an Autographed Acuña today and looking to get more. I’m building my collection to pass down to my kids when I’m gone.
That to me is a way better investment than digital cards in a game that belongs in a garbage dump.
I have 2/3s of the 1909-11 T206 set complete. And have some really rare backs. Been selling cards for 30 years. Now I only buy and sell Pre WW2 baseball cards. I also sell vintage toys from the late 70s and 80s. Today’s cards are risky long term as an investment. But in the short term are a good way to make money.
And I still buy stubs when I want. I like the Show. Don’t mind spending some money on it. Been a baseball fan for over 40 years.
I’ll say it again. Instead of judging people for buying something they want, even if you don’t understand it, who gives a ****? It’s my money. I’m literally not worried about how anybody spends their money. Also, just because some people buy stubs doesn’t mean they don’t have their finances in order. Shouldn’t have to flex on a video game forum to get the point across that buying stubs isn’t a big deal to everyone.
I respect the no money spent crowd. I really do. But my time is worth more than grinding all year for something. You think it’s free, but your time is worth more.