name: Timothy P. Sullivan
date: 11:43 pm - Sunday, May 18, 2003
name: John Sequira
I was one of the "Topps Only" type kids. Topps Baseball and Wacky Packages would only do. I remember Topps sold iron on transfers of Wackys you could put on your own T.
I still have two scrap books of my Wacky collection with the puzzles on the back pages. I'm glad I found this site. It would be fun if Topps jumped on the "Retro Band Wagon" and re-issue these. But of course in these P.C. days; sans the beer and tobacco Wackies.
Thank you for this site!!!!
date: 9:19 pm - Sunday, May 18, 2003
What a great site.I came accross a bunch of old wacky stickers,puzzle pieces and tattoos,that I had bought as a kid.I'm gonna keep some of my favorites but,sell the rest.This site has been such a help.I will have some pics on my homepage when i get a chance. http://www.geocities.com/scott_r52/
I have quite a few to go through.I have found 4 Bum Checks and 4 Choke Wagons
date: 5:26 pm - Sunday, May 18, 2003
name: Chris Barros
O MY GOSH!!! A Wacky Packages Web site!!! HAHAHAHA!!!!! What good memories those stickers brought back! I remember buying them at the store and selling them for double the next day at school. Somewhere in my parents'attic I KNOW I have a huge collection. To the best of my memory, most of the stickers I saved, I kept unpeeled. We'll see what I turn up with, folks. Until next time.......
date: 9:54 am - Friday, May 16, 2003
Wow! I am blown away. Not only because you've archived something that I truly loved as a kid in the 1970s, but also because, believe it or not -- just the other night while lying in bed -- I made a mental note to see whether a site like yours existed on the Web. Don't ask me how or why Wacky Packages were on my mind, but they were.
Anyway, I was looking for something completely unrelated just now (info about STP Oil Treatment), and your site came up on Google! If this isn't synchronicity, I don't know what is!
Thanks for putting together such a nice site. I will be back soon and often.
date: 7:52 pm - Wednesday, May 14, 2003
I bought Wacky Packages in the 70's. They were so popular that the stores ran out of them so fast. I remember going into stores and asking "When are you going to get more in?" I had a t-shirt with No Tips (Q-Tips) on it. I have a vague memory of my older brother buying them before I did and the were in baseball card form, not stickers? Does anyone remember these?
date: 12:14 am - Wednesday, May 14, 2003
name: Robby 1962
Like a Time warp Yeh!!!! Thought
almost everyone might of forgot about them. I was 10 years old in
1972 and made many a trip to the local store-walking for a mile each
way just to get em ---YEH!!!
Some are still in the garage walls
at my old mans house where I grew up The "Muleboro" (marlboro) one!
frozen in time.......................
date: 1:21 am - Tuesday, May 13, 2003
name: Mark Hadley
Love your website; I used to buy Wacky Packages and Star Wars cards at the store where I caught the school bus in the mid 1970s.
date: 4:53 pm - Saturday, May 10, 2003
Morton "Moron" Salt
If you think about it, it's really a bad thing. It gives E-bay yet a tighter hold on the hobby.
I inquired about that card about a week before your artical (to janardana) I Decided to write Morton salt and told them that I would no longer buy thier products due to this issue. I also told them they should get over it. I havn't heard back. I guess I shouldn't expect to.
date: 11:51 pm - Thursday, May 8, 2003
name: TIM RICHE
PROUD OWNER (AS OF MAY 2003 !!) OF THE ONLY "KNOWN" GENUINE RED LUDLOW BANDACHE....
date: 3:27 pm - Thursday, May 8, 2003