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message: 77
name: Mike Crowley
email: mtciii@milwpc.com

Thanks for the resource and the research! I have been hanging on to my collection since the 70s (I'm 36 now). Wacky Packages were a major part of my childhood - saving my allowance and making the bike trip (less than a mile, but it seemed longer)to the Rexall Drugstore in Cedarburg, WI to buy them (along with Odd Rods sometimes) is indeliably etched into my consciousness. I am so glad I saved them (some I unfortunately peeled off and stuck to a big piece of cardboard so I've cut them out) because my 7 year old daughter and 5 year old son love looking at them too!

date: 4:51 pm - Saturday, July 27, 2002

message: 76
name: Geoffrey Kinn Jr.
email: geffkinn@yahoo.com

Loved these stickers as a kid, still pretty funny. Thanks for the flash back memories.

date: 6:58 am - Wednesday, July 24, 2002

message: 75
name: Steve
email: number1banana@hotmail.com

We need to order Ducko Cement.
Please e-mail ordering instructions, cost, and location. Thanks in advance.

date: 1:35 am - Wednesday, July 24, 2002

message: 74
name: Martin Selbrede
email: martin.selbrede@uni-pixel.com
url: www.uni-pixel.com

I have vivid memories of the Wacky Packs. I decided one day to do a websearch on "Grave Train." To my delight and surprise, I found your site devoted to the entire history of the Wacky Packs, with high quality images of the old originals. Kudos to you for mounting this effort -- on a nonprofit basis, no less!

date: 3:54 pm - Tuesday, July 23, 2002

message: 73
name: Tracy Silva
email: silvat@uthscsa.edu

This is amazing! When I was 8 year old, my uncle gave me an entire collection of wacky packs. Unfortunately, they were lost during the flood of 1978. I was devistated and have always had the memory of those cards. I couldn't remember what they were called or how to go about looking for them. Then my sister in law happens to mention that her husband was looking at your website. I almost cried when I was describing them and she said "YES, those are the ones!" I'm going to try my best to get a collection going again.
To the person who started this up again...."You will never understand what this means to me...thank you!"

date: 3:52 pm - Thursday, July 18, 2002

message: 72
name: Tom Theisen
email: zoesfriend@hotmail.com

Great site, Greg! Been a while since I visited but it looks fab. Glad to see you added my description of the pogs. I guess it's my little contribution to wacky scholarship. Keep up the excellent work on this site - a most valuable contribution to the wacky universe!

date: 5:57 pm - Wednesday, July 17, 2002

message: 71
name: Chris
email: colonialwarrior@hotmail.com
url: http://pages.sprint.ca/wackypackages

Hey, another wacky website! Great to see so much interest on the web. Keep up the good work!!!

date: 10:34 am - Sunday, July 14, 2002

message: 70
name: jeff
email: jeffrey.macintyre@verizon.net

great work. You aren't that bad afterall...... I love you man!

date: 2:13 am - Thursday, July 11, 2002

message: 69
name: Steve R.
email: BASSIST34@aol.com

This is the best site I've seen yet on the net. I used to have more Wacky Packs than baseball cards. They used to have the best chewing gum too. My dentist thanks you too. He now drives a Porsche. Thanks for bringing back the memories and hope to see a reunion.

date: 6:36 pm - Wednesday, June 26, 2002

message: 68
name: anita
email: anitaudokang@yahoo.co.uk

oooh God what a trrip this is 4 me thanks a lot

date: 2:29 pm - Thursday, June 20, 2002


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