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Offline mikecho

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #910 on: June 23, 2019, 03:20:07 PM »
Silly me-I think that I missed another Nestle product: 1864, if Chunky is now labeled as a Nestle candy product.

I think that it is, but I'm not sure; if so, please add it in.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #911 on: June 23, 2019, 03:39:46 PM »
I see that you're working on the a's and c's. Thank you, Patrick!

Just saw one thing that could be added: 1571 should say ...and used in a promo postcard... .

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #912 on: June 23, 2019, 03:49:42 PM »
Here's some more, Patrick:
*Scooby Doo Where Are You! (1825 & 2298; this is so that they can both match and be like the original series' title (right now, they don't and they aren't)), - there are many spellings of this title, I've gone with the Wikipedia version https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scooby-Doo,_Where_Are_You!
*Star Trek/ScotTissue (2172), - that spelling of Scott has not been used in decades
*The Six Dollar Man (new) (2208), - I still don't see that as in production, only the Six Billion Dollar Man with Wahlberg

Also, MuMmy's (yellow wrapper) (2803) is actually numbered as 2 of 6 on the postcard, so that one should actually be switched to 2798 (right below MuMmy's (brown wrapper) (2797))  - Good catch, all fixed now

Finally, I've been looking it over and these are the only Notes left that should be combined into one block:
*1861-1867, - deleted and merged with 1856-1861

Thanks, Patrick!

complete with the POST 896 set too. with just a couple of comments, in red up above

also, updates for your two in the messages just before this one
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #913 on: June 23, 2019, 05:41:31 PM »
I know that this is going to sound stupid, but...I missed three more Nestle listings-1261, 1683 and 1840.

And I missed one Peter Paul listing-1347.

By the way, these are all on the candy products list now if you want to check it out.

If you please, Patrick...
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #914 on: June 23, 2019, 06:21:06 PM »
Patrick, about the Six Dollar Man Wacky (2208):

When I said that it was new, I meant that it was the second Wacky to use that name. The first time was in OLDS 3 (2724).

Guess it's just another example of my not being too clear again. However, if you could now list it as new, that'd be fine.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #915 on: June 24, 2019, 10:42:59 AM »
Good work so far, Patrick!

However, there's still a lot more to go. But I know it's in good hands!

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #916 on: June 24, 2019, 01:58:36 PM »
A question, Patrick.

Do you think that it's possible to put in Joe G.'s ParoTee card Potion Slay Tan Hairy Moose Cocktail and Mark Parisi's Off the Mark-et series in the Spreadsheet?

After all, the first one was definitely a rejected Wacky created by Jay Lynch and, as far as I can see, the second one is made up entirely of rejected Wackys created by Mark.

If at least the first one is put in, the Note in 1690 that mentions the card could be removed. Its real name, of course, is Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice Cocktail and the real names of the second one have already been revealed (see Reply #77 (6-8-19) in Rejected Wackys Set (Off the Mark-et), p. 3). Hopefully, I'll get pictures of the cards on that same subforum so that I can give you detailed real names (right now, they're all generalized ones; I need the pictures for the details).

Just thought I'd ask.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #917 on: June 24, 2019, 04:43:22 PM »
One correction on two candy products.

2791 & 2801 should be Morbid Chocolate MuMmy's and 2792 & 4127 should be Petrified MuMmy's, because that's the way it is on the postcards. Just keep the other parts the same; i.e., (brown package) and (yellow package). Also, please change 4127 to (yellow package), too.

This is just like 4278, which is listed on the Spreadsheet as Tapeworm MRI's (Pretzel M&M's).
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #918 on: July 01, 2019, 05:58:15 AM »
I need a favor, Patrick.

Could you please put some kind of mark on the a's and c's of the four most recent lists that you've already done so far? That way, I'll know what needs to be done and what has been done. This includes the cereal and candy products, of course.

Thanks!
« Last Edit: July 03, 2019, 06:42:12 AM by mikecho »

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #919 on: July 06, 2019, 09:37:57 AM »
*Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)/Enoz Moth Balls (2192) shouldn't need to say 2019, as the title is grammatically different than the 1956 version, but needed for the casual kaiju fan
*Puss 'n Boots Whiskas Cat Food (3392). see below

*Life Savers - Fresh Mint (860 & 1223) - Second one is actually Breath Savers brand, not Life Savers. Updated
*Right Guard Deodorant Stick (1260) - I don't know which variety of this product that this is). Looks like Sport Fresh scent

done with the POST 892 set, with some comments in red above

did more searching on the cat food, and it appears to be whiskas supermeat, and nothing to do with puss n boots brand or with those words on the label.


Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #920 on: July 06, 2019, 09:41:43 AM »

Nabisco: 1363, 1527, 1766, 3258, 3263, 3311, & 3315 Cream of Wheat was no longer owned by Nabisco at the time of release for any of those Wacky's, but it's on the box label in the first two so I included it. Not on the label for the third one though. and those last four were all Ralston cereals at the time of the card release.

done with the POST 899 set, with some comments in red above
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #921 on: July 06, 2019, 09:59:25 AM »
all done with all the other smaller update posts too, I believe. So at this point I think I have everything that you've posted.

Although I see you went and edited your POST 896 after I said I completed the updates for it (post 912), so whatever changes you made there are not going to be captured.

as for including all the those other sets (Joe's and Mark's) probably could add those (but still a no for the boxes set, as they aren't parodies)

I thought this whole list was started with the intent to show the entirety of what TOPPS published as Wacky Packages?
But it has crept beyond that by adding the Topps commissioned, but unused items, and then even more so with all the other non-topps items.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #922 on: July 06, 2019, 06:03:48 PM »
Great job, Patrick, great job indeed!

There's still a lot more to go, though, and I found some others on my own that I missed, plus some from the other lists that were either missed or incomplete. Here they are:

*Curtiss Baby Ruth (266),
*DuPont Duco Cement (353; I think that this is the right way that the company name is written, but I'm not sure; if it is, please include it),
*PET Inc. ... (368; I think that this is the same company that made PET Evaporated Milk (659), but again, I'm not sure),
*Sheaffer Skrip (375; I looked back at this one somewhere in Gag Criticism, Variation and Packaging and this is what the real name of the product was in the picture of the bottle shown on the post),
*Sugar Free Diet Rite Cola (391),
*Tic Tac Refreshing Mints (392),
*...(1974 TV series) (416),
*...as well as everyone else's. (536),
*Slim Jim - Spicy (536),
*...with Beans (551),
*Pepperidge Farm... (685, 1325, 1638 & 1927; you wrote "Pepperidge Farms" by mistake),
*Wrigley's Orbit - Peppermint (708),
*...as ANS10 Bonus Sticker B1 (738; the reason for the addition to this and the two other Notes below (739 & 3644) is mentioned on Reply #896),
*...lower print run than Bonus Sticker B1,... (739),
*...and Snack Center (818),
*...with Cavity Protection (940),
*...in a Biskit (962),
*Nabisco Lorna Doone (1128),
*Post Grape-Nuts (1236 & 2677; these are two of a few cereals that I missed (silly me). They're in the cereal list in Reply #899 on p. 26 now if you want to check it out),
*Nabisco Cheese Nips (1441 & 1874; these are two more cracker products that I also missed (how does this happen?). They're in the cookies and crackers list in Reply #787 on p. 23 now if you want to check it out),
*Special DK Undead Berries (1566; since the bonus stickers in all of the modern series aren't listed on any checklists, this one should be written this way so that people can both see, and get, the joke. Also, this is the way that the name should be written, with DK close together),
*French's Classic Yellow Mustard (1797),
*Wrigley's Eclipse - Spearmint Flavor (1929),
*South Park: The Fractured But Whole (2100; please don't forget the information that Joe G. gave me that's also mentioned on Reply #896),
*Star Trek (Abrams)/... (2171),
*Robocop (2014)/... (2188; these years of release are being done because, in each case, there's more than one media product in each title),
*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)/... (2198),
*Tomb Raider (2018) (2200),
*Robin Hood (2018)/... (2204),
*Tomb Raider (2018)/... (2207),
*The Smurfs (2011)/... (2220),
*.../My Little Pony - Rarity's Carousel Boutique (2230; the name of the toy should be separate from the toy brand's name and, of course, the row will now have to be doubled to accommodate this),
*...(4 oz. bag) (2232),
*Halloween (1978)/... (2235),
*Friday the 13th (1980)/... (2236),
*A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)/... (2239),
* The Six Million Dollar Man Action Figure (2474; if this isn't right, then it's The Six Million Dollar Man - The Bionic Man Action Figure),
*General Mills Count Chocula (2522; this is another cereal that I missed (how I missed this one I have no idea). It's also in the cereal list now),
*Ken-L Ration Burger & Egg Dog Food (2585),
*Campbell's Chunky Soup - Classic Chicken Noodle (2678),
*General Mills Chex Mix... (2681; this is another cereal product that I missed. Again, it's in the cereal list now),
*Callard & Bowser Altoids... (2756),
*Ferrara Pan Lemonhead (2757),
*...and then later as ANS1 Bonus Sticker B2. (3644),
*Posters 1-5... (3893-3898),
*...no Topps copyright for the iron-ons in this series (3916-3917),
*13 patches..., the 12 'released' versions above... & ...a second sew-on set of 12... (3937-3949; again, the reason for these changes is on Reply #896),
*...that the book had, only with differently colored card backs, like the first book (2nd edition) and first calendar. & ...,but they probably would have been the same ones as the book's were. (4065-4068; I'm sure that both of these will be condensed accordingly),
*Plaques 1-6... (4122-4128),
*Winston Filter Cigarettes (4226).

Next, I saw one last cookie product that I missed - Famished Amish (Famous Amos Chocolate Chip Cookies) (639) Did one of the major companies make this product, or was this a product made by an independent company? Whatever it was, please include the company here.

Next, please remove the word "Cereal" from the real names in 984, 2502, 2574, 2637, 2651 & 2658. None of the other cereals have that word in their real names on the Spreadsheet and, as I see it, it just isn't necessary here.

Next, please include the a's and c's that weren't captured before and that still need to be done in Reply #896. Some of them might've been brought over here, but I may have missed others.

Next, please remove all of the dashes from some of the Wacky Packages products and all of the Garbage Pail Kids products, because it's grammatically incorrect (here's an example: 192 should be Wacky Packages 4th Series, just like it was before).

Finally, don't forget to finish your "Originally submitted for..." changes in the Notes. You got up to 1705 and you stopped there. Just thought that you'd like to know.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #923 on: July 09, 2019, 06:29:35 AM »
Patrick,

I just wanted to tell you that Joe G. sent me a PM a while back that had an interesting suggestion: add two more sections to the Spreadsheet, parody creator and parody artist.

This, he says, is still possible and should be done before the people behind these two subjects are gone forever.

What do you think? Feasible?
« Last Edit: July 12, 2019, 08:24:21 AM by mikecho »

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #924 on: July 14, 2019, 10:07:11 AM »
Patrick,

I've finished getting the full real names for the Off the Mark-et cards.

If you're going to put them in, let me know if you need me to send them to you.
« Last Edit: July 15, 2019, 09:06:43 AM by mikecho »