Thursday, February 19, 2009

My Finest Photoshop Job Ever

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It's so real! You just wouldn't be able to tell unless I told you, right?

Ok fine, here's the real thing:

Sorry bomber fans, but it just isn't right seeing him as a Yankee...

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  1. It just isn't right seeing his name without periods.

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  2. Not bad... but nothing will ever beat my John Smoltz as a Red Sox (Red Sock? what would singular Red Sox player be...).

    Anyhoo, it's about ten times worse than anything Topps pulled on us in the 80s.

    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_IXWg4DnBsD8/SXP91aC9W_I/AAAAAAAAAMQ/q2A3T2Y7PdQ/s1600-h/Smoltz.jpg

    At least you exhibited some photoshop talent with this one.

    hehehe

    Actually, I'd love to have 1% of your photoshop talent... I can't even figure out how to draw circles.

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  3. That's the best pic ever! CC deserves to be a Brewer not a Bomber!

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  4. Mr. Joak,

    I have had it up to here (hand slightly abobe head) with these gimmick cards! You are making it so difficult to for us Goose Joak Originals set collectors! I have broken 12 cases and have yet to pull even one of the CC-Brewers cards. Let me guess... Beckett pulled this one on their online box break??? You card producers are all the same! Once I complete this set, I WILL NEVER BUY YOUR PRODUCT AGAIN!!! (Unless you send free products...)

    Sincerely,
    Travis

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  5. He was a Brewer for a couple of months. Get over it.

    It woulda looked better with Chief Wahoo.

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  6. Ben -- that's awesome!! I've added it to my list of tribute cards made by other bloggers:

    http://goosejoak.blogspot.com/2008/11/tribute-cards-by-other-bloggers.html

    Mr. Travis -- we have notified the proper authorities and are currently looking into this matter further. Investigators indicate that it may or may not be related to a rare Curtis Granderson/Al Kaline heritage card that was (allegedly) inserted into packs by by a disgruntled assembly line worker. We will stay in front of this story and release details to the public as they become available.

    Sincerely,
    Mr. Joak

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