Until then, let me give you another taste of Sharpie-soaked photographic paper by answering Fuji's latest question:
Describe your best or worst IP autograph experience. Who was it? What made it special/memorable?
Who would you want to meet in person? What would you have them sign?
Actually, that's three complicated questions. I decided to answer them all, because, well, this is my blog and I can do what I want!
So first, my best IP autograph experience...
First, let me warn you: I don't do much in-person baseball signings. I've had the opportunity for signatures a few times, but I don't see a point in paying $50-200 for an in-person autograph from someone whose certified on-card autographs go for much less. So my focus is on my non-sport collection.
Who would I want to meet in person? What would I have them sign?
While a Tom Hanks autograph on anything would be fine with me, I'd love to have this large Rockford Peaches promotional card signed from A League Of Their Own. But with that, I'd also have to add:
I have an in-person autograph of Kit Keller (that would be Lori Petty). She's pretty awesome too, but that's a whole other story for another time. And now that I think about it, wouldn't it be cool to have autographs from the entire Peaches roster from the movie?