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Offline mikecho

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #770 on: July 01, 2018, 10:44:14 PM »
Got some more!

El Producto Durango (302)
Replaced Vise... (947)
...by The Da Vinci Cold (947)  (1072) (the first number gets put in the Note, not the second one)
...and, before that, for 11th series (with different design) as "Salami Street Magazine" (2265)
...ANS8 Wacky Packages Go to the Movies subset (2295).
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #771 on: July 02, 2018, 08:43:01 AM »
We already went over the Mason Dots thing, see upthread.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #772 on: July 03, 2018, 10:42:01 AM »
We already went over the Mason Dots thing, see upthread.
From what I saw on the recent post on Blank Crows in Gag Criticism, Variation and Packaging, Mason is an actual company and, I think, should be acknowledged as such.

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« Reply #773 on: July 03, 2018, 10:59:42 AM »
I'll repeat myself, then:

Mason Dots / Mason Black Crows: Mason, the company, was purchased by Tootsie Roll in 1972. No 'Mason' at the time of Wacky release. You also suggested "Tootsie Dots" but I just don't think it's part of the product name.

I've always appreciated your enthusiasm but there's no need to force product names to reflect something that wasn't the case or is a stretch. The idea behind listing product names was to show what the source for the spoof was, it doesn't need to get down to anything beyond the most common name a consumer would use.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #774 on: July 05, 2018, 01:42:38 PM »
Got another one!

Gaines Prime Dog Food (311).

I always wondered what company made that one. Their other dog food product, Gaines Burgers, wasn't made by Topps until OLDS 3. (Sure took them long enough!) I remember that one from way back, especially their slogan "The canned dog food without the can!". Never knew that they had any other dog food products until now. I wonder what others they had. Anyone out there know?
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #775 on: July 05, 2018, 03:33:34 PM »
Their other dog food product, Gaines Burgers, wasn't made until OLDS 3.
As a Topps Wacky, maybe; but Crazy Labels did it in '79.



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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #776 on: July 05, 2018, 03:58:35 PM »
As a Topps Wacky, maybe; but Crazy Labels did it in '79.


Thanks! It's been noted.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #777 on: July 05, 2018, 07:17:32 PM »
Yes, two more!

Exclusive with yellow-cover Wacky Packages Collector's Album binder. Before this, there was a red-cover Wacky Packages Collector's Album binder, but it had nothing included with it, stickers or otherwise. These two binders were available in stores. (988)

Exclusive with ANS7 three-ring binder. ANS8, ANS9, ANS10 and ANS11 also had three-ring binders as well and there was also a generic red-cover three-ring binder but, as was the case with the red-cover Wacky Packages Collector's Album binder, they, too, had nothing included with them, stickers or otherwise. These were the only five ANS that had such binders and all of them were only available on the Topps website, while the generic binder was available in stores. (1268).

Feel free to adapt these two Notes as you will, Patrick. You'll probably do a much better job at it than I did!
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #778 on: July 06, 2018, 11:09:44 AM »
Yes, another one!

Exclusive with ANS7 three-ring binder. ANS8 also had a three-ring binder as well, but it had nothing included with it, stickers or otherwise. These were the only two ANS that had such binders. (1268).

Feel free to adapt this one as you will, Patrick. You'll probably do a much better job at it than I did!

There were binders for ANS 9, 10 and 11 as well.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #779 on: July 06, 2018, 11:13:31 AM »
There were binders for ANS 9, 10 and 11 as well.
Thanks; I'll change that right now.

Am I right in saying that there were no other ANS-exclusive binders prior to ANS7 and that ANS7's binder was the only one that had an extra bonus in it? Please let me know.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #780 on: July 06, 2018, 03:44:50 PM »
Am I right in saying that there were no ANS-exclusivel binders prior to ANS7 and that ANS7's binder was the only one that had an extra bonus in it? Please let me know.
I'd say that was true, unless you count the smaller red/yellow collector albums with the 4-pocket pages which came out near the beginning of the ANS run. I seem to recall there being some kind of bonus sticker(s) with them [might be misremembering], though they really aren't necessarily ANS-exclusive. There was also a standard sized 3-ring binder produced in 2006. So, come to think of it, I guess you are incorrect.  :P

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #781 on: July 06, 2018, 04:57:47 PM »
I'd say that was true, unless you count the smaller red/yellow collector albums with the 4-pocket pages which came out near the beginning of the ANS run. I seem to recall there being some kind of bonus sticker(s) with them [might be misremembering], though they really aren't necessarily ANS-exclusive. There was also a standard sized 3-ring binder produced in 2006. So, come to think of it, I guess you are incorrect.  :P

Either the little 4-pocket red or yellow album had Stella Dorko as a bonus sticker.  I can check when I get home.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #782 on: July 06, 2018, 07:19:38 PM »
Pat, it was the yellow one.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #783 on: July 06, 2018, 07:21:28 PM »
I'd say that was true, unless you count the smaller red/yellow collector albums with the 4-pocket pages which came out near the beginning of the ANS run. I seem to recall there being some kind of bonus sticker(s) with them [might be misremembering], though they really aren't necessarily ANS-exclusive. There was also a standard sized 3-ring binder produced in 2006. So, come to think of it, I guess you are incorrect.  :P
In this case, I'm being ANS-exclusive. However, I've also included the Collector's Album binders and the generic 3-ring binder, too. So, counting everything major here, that makes eight binders that are definitely connected to the ANS run-a set of two followed by a set of six, with five of the latter made for specific ANS. In the case of each of the two sets, one had a Wacky in it and the other/others didn't. These are the only ones that, I think, need to be mentioned here.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #784 on: July 07, 2018, 02:52:05 AM »
In this case, I'm being ANS-exclusive. However, I've also included the Collector's Album binders, too. So, counting everything major here, that makes seven binders that are definitely connected to the ANS run-a set of two followed by a set of five. In the case of each of the two sets, one had a Wacky in it and the other/others didn't. These are the only ones that, I think, need to be mentioned here.

There were 6 full size binders issued for ANS.  The red one from 2010 just isn't labeled for any specific series.

As for the two smaller card holders, I have checked, and it was the second (yellow) one that included Stella Dorko.  I have extras of both if anyone can use them.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #785 on: July 07, 2018, 10:57:48 AM »
There were 6 full size binders issued for ANS.  The red one from 2010 just isn't labeled for any specific series.

As for the two smaller card holders, I have checked, and it was the second (yellow) one that included Stella Dorko.  I have extras of both if anyone can use them.
Okay, that info is in. The Notes that I'm adding to the Spreadsheet, however, mostly deal with the Wackys that came with two of the binders.

According to bigtomi, the generic red binder came out in 2006, not 2010.

I wonder why Topps didn't make three-ring binders for ANS1-ANS6? That would've been nice if they did. Maybe they didn't even think of doing it until ANS7. Who knows? Who knows why the people in charge at Topps do anything that they do?
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #786 on: July 11, 2018, 01:11:03 PM »
Patrick, I've got a question about Croca-Cola Zero (2671).

The Note says that there are three variations of this Wacky Postcard-Feb. 2010, Winter 2010 and a white back. But while I was looking on eBay, I saw a post that said "Both back variations" showing the first two in the Note and another one that showed a promo sticker that said Feb. 2010.

Now what I'd like to know is: Should the listing "white back" be changed to "sticker", or are there actually only two variations, one a sticker that says Feb. 2010 and the other a postcard that says Winter 2010? I'd really like to know just in case you have to change this. Thanks!

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #787 on: July 11, 2018, 02:42:15 PM »
Yep, more! This time it's company names for cookies and crackers. Patrick, please add these to the beginning of each product:

*Nabisco: 41, 49, 686, 725, 850, 853, 894, 939, 943, 954, 962, 1108, 1120, 1128, 1227, 1333, 1425, 1435, 1441, 1455, 1523, 1666, 1668, 1673, 1792, 1874, 1895, 1912, 1926, 2524, 2750, 3525 & 4173

*Keebler: 445, 602, 652, 1571, 1918, 2453 & 2764 (687 has already been done)

*Sunshine: 163, 190, 239, 713, 1105 & 4030

*Pepperidge Farm: 685, 1325, 1638 & 1933 (all Goldfish soup crackers; 396 has already been done)

*Betty Crocker: 1346

Boy, when it comes to cookies and crackers, and after practically banning Wackys based on their cookie/cracker products after the two for the Die-Cuts (Ratz Crackers and Cracked Animals) were pulled (a third one, Monsterettes, was intended for the 9th series, but wouldn't be released until Wacky Pack Flashback came out in 2008), Nabisco sure got its sense of humor back in a hurry when the ANS run got started! I mean, they've got the most Wackys of this kind! Keebler, Sunshine and Pepperidge Farm don't even come close (especially since the second one merged with the first one a long time ago (at least I think that it did that)) and Betty Crocker comes in dead last. I hope that I didn't miss anything!

UPDATE: It seems that I did miss a lot! See 7-29-18 post below.
UPDATE 2: Also, see 12-10-18 post below.
UPDATE 3: Also, see 3-19-19 post below.
UPDATE 4: Also, see 7-6-19 post below.
UPDATE 5: Also, see 7-27-19 post below.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #788 on: July 11, 2018, 03:18:38 PM »
Patrick, I've got a question about Croca-Cola Zero (2671).

The Note says that there are three variations of this Wacky Postcard-Feb. 2010, Winter 2010 and a white back. But while I was looking on eBay, I saw a post that said "Both back variations" showing the first two in the Note and another one that showed a promo sticker that said Feb. 2010.

Now what I'd like to know is: Should the listing "white back" be changed to "sticker", or are there actually only two variations, one a sticker that says Feb. 2010 and the other a postcard that says Winter 2010? I'd really like to know just in case you have to change this. Thanks!

Taken from the Master list on this site:

PROMO CARDS (2009):
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo card - with "Coming Winter 2010"
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo card - with "Coming February 2010"
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo sticker - with "Coming February 2010" on front (white back)

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #789 on: July 11, 2018, 03:42:09 PM »
Taken from the Master list on this site:

PROMO CARDS (2009):
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo card - with "Coming Winter 2010"
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo card - with "Coming February 2010"
- Series 5 Croca Cola promo sticker - with "Coming February 2010" on front (white back)
Thanks, Pat. Then I guess Patrick can probably change it to "sticker with white back", so it'll be clear.

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #790 on: July 11, 2018, 03:46:35 PM »
Thanks, Pat. Then I guess Patrick can probably change it to "sticker with white back", so it'll be clear.
just did a mod to capture this.
i'll get to all the other things this weekend...

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #791 on: July 11, 2018, 03:52:20 PM »
just did a mod to capture this.
i'll get to all the other things this weekend...
Thanks, Patrick! I knew you wouldn't let me down!

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #792 on: July 14, 2018, 11:15:15 PM »
Got another one!

Advil Ibuprofen Tablets (731).

Do you think that this type of pill also applies to Alive/Aleve? If so, then that (or whatever it is, if it's another type) should be included, too.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #793 on: July 23, 2018, 08:19:13 AM »
Hey Patrick, what happened to the a's and c's? Did something go wrong?

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #794 on: July 24, 2018, 09:20:22 PM »
Hey Patrick, what happened to the a's and c's? Did something go wrong?
Something went right!
I got distracted by another non-sport set. It was announced, went on sale and the boxes delivered all within just a one month span. Totally crazy!!
I spent all last weekend digging through them.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #795 on: July 25, 2018, 08:32:45 AM »
Great! What set was it? Was it horror, sci-fi, humor? Please tell me!
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #796 on: July 28, 2018, 06:31:29 AM »
Just found another one!

Ex-Lax Chocolated Laxative (319).

Hope these a's and c's can be done soon!

By the way, what type of laxative is Rex-Lax (1039) parodying? I think that should be included, too.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #797 on: July 29, 2018, 03:23:50 PM »
Mikecho, thanks for all those updates. I think I'm all caught up.
(Now back to my sci-fi set, Space: 1999)

I've included the vast majority of your items, but there are some I don't concur with (e.g. It: Chapter One/1), some I don't think we know enough about to be sure (e.g. Murial cigars), some are incorrect (e.g. 1908, Nabisco sold off SnackWells in 2012, before the 2015 parody)
and with (740-748), you reference a wiki entry on lost wackys that I cannot find

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #798 on: July 29, 2018, 03:47:57 PM »
Mikecho, thanks for all those updates. I think I'm all caught up.
(Now back to my sci-fi set, Space: 1999)


I missed a cool sci-fi set, didn't I?

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #799 on: July 29, 2018, 04:00:13 PM »
I missed a cool sci-fi set, didn't I?
I've gots LOTS of base sets if you're interested in one

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #800 on: July 29, 2018, 08:27:46 PM »
Mikecho, thanks for all those updates. I think I'm all caught up.
(Now back to my sci-fi set, Space: 1999)

I've included the vast majority of your items, but there are some I don't concur with (e.g. It: Chapter One/1), some I don't think we know enough about to be sure (e.g. Murial cigars), some are incorrect (e.g. 1908, Nabisco sold off SnackWells in 2012, before the 2015 parody)
and with (740-748), you reference a wiki entry on lost wackys that I cannot find
For the article "Wacky Packages: The Lost 1992 Series", look up www.hipsteria.com. Fred Wheaton wrote it. It'll show that Smellio's and Gormel were indeed intended for the clear clingys for ANS1.

Also, you left out 15 things:

*Gerber High Meat Dinner - Junior Beef with Vegetables (124),
*Nabisco Chewy Chips Ahoy! (686) (I forgot to put this one in the Nabisco list; it's in now),
*Same product as Wacky Ads but with different design and without a "k" in the name;... (729),
*Nabisco Teddy Grahams Honey (853) (I forgot to put this one in the Nabisco list; it's in now),
*Nabisco Oreo (954, 2650 & 4173) (I forgot to put these three in the Nabisco list; they're all in now),
*Ex-Lax Chewable Laxatives (1039) (Is this the right product? See below.),
*Nabisco Chips Ahoy! (1333, 1912 & 2524) (I forgot to put these three in the Nabisco list; they're all in now),
*Robocop/Rolo Chewy Caramels in Milk Chocolate (2194),
*Atomic Blonde/Atomic Fire Ball Sugar Candy (2212),
*Tomb Raider/Tums Antacids (2213),
*Originally intended for lost 1992 series and, before that, for unmade Wacky Magazine series (with different design) as "Salami Street Magazine" (2265),
*Originally intended for ANS8 Wacky Packages Go to the Movies subset (2295),
*Atomic Fire Ball Sugar Candy (2501),
*Keebler Club Crackers - Original (2764) (I forgot to put this one in the Keebler list; it's in now),
*...the seven previously unreleased tattoos... & ...These seven were released later in... (3921).

If you could please do these 15 a.s.a.p., that would be great!

Next, what kind of tablet is Alive/Aleve (918) and what kind of laxative is Rex-Lax/Ex-Lax (1039; see above)? That should be included, too.

Finally, what year did the card series Space:1999 come out and which company made it?
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #801 on: August 04, 2018, 01:13:24 PM »
Patrick, I've found a whole bunch of repeated Notes that should be combined into one big entry, like some of the others have been. They are:

759-761, 823-830, 913-921, 993-1003, 1074-1083, 1178-1187, 1292-1301, 1724-1726, 1599-1600, 2000-2004, 2111-2119, 2120-2129, 2130-2139, 2140-2149, 2150-2159, 2162-2169, 2260-2264, 2266-2269, 2271-2279, 2282-2294, 2296-2299, 2300-2319, 2320-2329, 2330-2339, 2340-2349, 2552-2555, 2595-2600, 2601-2602, 2604-2612, 2822-2825, 2945-2950, 2951-2959, 3476-3493, 3597-3602, 3610-3613, 3615-3618, 3741-3743, 3744-3779, 3815-3818, 3822-3826, 3829-3830, 3832-3835, 3838-3839, 3866-3868, 3875-3884,3885-3892, 3893-3894, 3990-3997, 4037-4040, 4093-4095, 4098-4103, 4106-4114, 4115-4117, 4129-4136, 4137-4141, 4147-4149, 4178-4180, 4181-4182, 4183-4188, 4189-4190, 4193-4197, 4198-4199, 4200-4214, 4220-4227, 4229-4230, 4236-4239, 4241-4248, 4249-4251, 4253-4256 & 4257-4259.

Good luck!

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #802 on: August 04, 2018, 02:42:12 PM »
For the article "Wacky Packages: The Lost 1992 Series", look up www.hipsteria.com. Fred Wheaton wrote it. It'll show that Smellio's and Gormel were indeed intended for the clear clingys for ANS1.
updated
Also, you left out 15 things:

*Gerber High Meat Dinner - Junior Beef with Vegetables (124), Chicken appears to have the blue cap, like the artwork, not sure it matters btwn beef or chicken
*Nabisco Chewy Chips Ahoy! (686) (I forgot to put this one in the Nabisco list; it's in now), updated
*Same product as Wacky Ads but with different design and without a "k" in the name;... (729), updated
*Nabisco Teddy Grahams Honey (853) (I forgot to put this one in the Nabisco list; it's in now), updated
*Nabisco Oreo (954, 2650 & 4173) (I forgot to put these three in the Nabisco list; they're all in now), updated
*Ex-Lax Chewable Laxatives (1039) (Is this the right product? See below.), They're tablets, so they are not 'chewables'
*Nabisco Chips Ahoy! (1333, 1912 & 2524) (I forgot to put these three in the Nabisco list; they're all in now), updated
*Robocop/Rolo Chewy Caramels in Milk Chocolate (2194),  Rolos are just Rolos
*Atomic Blonde/Atomic Fire Ball Sugar Candy (2212), updated
*Tomb Raider/Tums Antacids (2213), Antacid is singular
*Originally intended for lost 1992 series and, before that, for 11th series (with different design) as "Salami Street Magazine" (2265), this is going too deep into the weeds and I don't think it's needed
*Originally intended for ANS8 Wacky Packages Go to the Movies subset (2295), I don't think Wacky Packages is in the title of the subset
*Atomic Fire Ball Sugar Candy (2501), updated
*Keebler Club Crackers - Original (2764) (I forgot to put this one in the Keebler list; it's in now),  updated
*...the seven previously unreleased tattoos... & ...These seven were released later in... (3921). only six were used in the OLDS 5 set. Rusty indicates there may have been a 7th, Hungry Jerk, but I'm not finding much about that one.

If you could please do these 15 a.s.a.p., that would be great!

Next, what kind of tablet is Alive/Aleve (918) and what kind of laxative is Rex-Lax/Ex-Lax (1039; see above)? That should be included, too. Aleve is naproxen sodium, is that what you're referring to?

Finally, what year did the card series Space:1999 come out and which company made it? they came out just a couple weeks ago, which is why I've been swamped by opening and collating them. They're a small company in the UK, Unstoppable.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #803 on: August 04, 2018, 02:43:40 PM »
Patrick, I've found a whole bunch of repeated Notes that should be combined into one big entry, like some of the others have been. They are:
Good luck!
I'll pick away at those over time. That's a lot to tackle at once.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #804 on: August 04, 2018, 04:21:00 PM »
Thank you very much, Patrick! Just a few clarifications:

*Shouldn't 1039's Real Product note actually be Ex-Lax Maximum Strength Laxative Tablets? Since they're laxatives, that may be the right term.
* In Robo, the words "Chewy Caramels in Milk Chocolate" were used for the Real Product section in 1563. I just figured that 2194's Real Product section should match. However, if it's actually just Rolo, then both of them should be changed accordingly.
*Salami Street Magazine was one of the candidates for the Wacky Magazines series that was never made, but many of them were put into a few OS, beginning with the 11th series. Since Mitch, you and I have included other never-published Wackys from the OS run in here, I think that this should be done. too. That's just me, however.
*Yes, the subset's title is Wacky Packages Go to the Movies. I've seen-and got-the cards.
*When I said "seven" for the two things in 3921, I was referring to Weakies.
*Yes, Naproxen Sodium Tablets for 918 is exactly what I was looking for.

 

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