Tuesday, September 30, 2008

One last trip to the Birthday Well

It seems that I somehow forgot to post the Spidey birthday card that was given to me by my wife. With this posting, this should be the last of my Birthday riff. Here you can see both the front and the inside of the card I received.

I plan to return to, well, interesting stuff tomorrow.

Today I have to run out early this morning, and meet with a client, so I really have to make this short this morning. However, I did recently acquire a couple of comics produced from some of my friends (Fellow CAG buddies), that I want to talk about, which I will do next time (yes, we can talk about stuff other than Spider-Man).


Tommy said...


The B-Day card I had was of Ralph Wiggum from the Simpsons with a voice clip that plays when you open the card.

Robert J. Sodaro said...

Dude, that would be totally cool if it were Spidey wishing you a Happy Birthday, eh?

Tommy said...

Heh, besides making a lot of fans wet themselves, you probably should try to mention that idea to the card companies.

I'm not sure what you'd have to do to have it happen though, since I don't know all the rules about ideas given to companies.

When I was in 8th Grade, I wrote a letter (part of a school assignment) to Parker Brothers and suggested they make a Monopoly based upon purchasing planets. I think the response mentioned something about not being able to use ideas from outside sources (I forget).

The closest thing to that today off the top of my head, was Star Wars Monopoly.

Nowadays, there's so many versions of it, but I don't recall so many when I was 14.

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