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I thought my baseball card collection had value. It did, but only to me. 

No one had room for my childhood, even if I was content to give it away. Last month, my wife, Tina, and I trudged through the Kerr Scott Building, a 23,000-square-foot exhibition space on the edge of the North Carolina State Fairgrounds…

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Kateeeeee, I never knew?!? But I would've loved you just the same, just so you know Excellent article

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Kateeeeee, I never knew?!? But I would've loved you just the same, just so you know Excellent article

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