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Re: Groo Trading Card Xchange



Hi,
First, a big 'thank you' to everyone who's sent me info on getting hold of
those precious comics.

Second, being new, I missed this trading card thingy. I don't have any
(sob!), so what's the deal?
Is it only for peolpe to trade cards, or is there the opportunity to pick up
a set?

( the latter, the latter, the latter, the latter, the latter, the latter,
the latter, the latter, the latter, the latter, the latter, the
latter.........)

Yours hopefully
Ralph Plowman
were.ralph@virgin.net


-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Evanier <me@evanier.com>
To: groop@groo.com <groop@groo.com>
Date: 16 February 1999 21:17
Subject: Groo Trading Card Xchange


>The Great Groo Trading Card Exchange is turning out to be an amazing
>success...especially given the fact that I'm running it.  I am
>knee-deep in Groo cards that folks have sent in and we've completed
>more than 50 sets for GROO readers so far.  So if you haven't availed
>yourself of this service, there will never be a better time.
>
>The one problem I'm having is card #19 -- the card of Sergio.  That
>one is in very scarce supply.  I have dozens of most other cards but
>I'm fresh out of that one, and I have many "orders" waiting for
>someone to send some in.  If you're hoarding any, send 'em in.
>Thanks.
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