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Offline mikecho

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #980 on: January 27, 2020, 12:16:45 PM »
Patrick, is something wrong here? Is everything go?
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #981 on: January 29, 2020, 04:40:37 PM »
Just found another one, Patrick:

*(Wacky Ads/2nd) (2700, 2711, 2721, 2728 & 2735).

Hope you can put this in soon, along with everything else that hasn't been done yet.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #982 on: January 30, 2020, 07:03:57 AM »
Mike - please give Patrick a break, he's been so great updating the spreadsheet since I got too busy, and perhaps he's got more important things to work on. I'm sure he'll chime in when he's ready, whether that's a week or a month from now.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #983 on: January 30, 2020, 07:46:55 AM »
Okay.

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #984 on: February 01, 2020, 03:41:43 PM »
Patrick,

Just noticed six final goofs on the Non-Topps list:

*Jeopardy! Board Game (98),
*My Pillow (As Seen on TV) (102),
*Milton Bradley Password: Home Edition (103),
*Hershey's Milk Chocolate (125; there's no "Bar" at the end of the product name (see Topps list 2846 Real Product section)),
*Skor (163 & 171; there's no "Hershey's" on the wrapper. Skor, in this case, is just like Heath; the wrapper only has the product's name, not the company that makes it.), I don't take the 'Real Product' column to mean strictly words that can be seen on the box/wrapper of the item, and for instance, should include the manufacturer if not apparent.
*Milky Way Fun Size (170; again, there's no "Bar" at the end of the product name and a dash isn't needed).

Also, 425 on the Topps list should be Tip Top Mr. Big White Enriched Bread (see above). the wrapper that most closely resembles the Wacky does not have the word 'white' on it.

Next, 913-921 on the Topps list is another Note group that should be merged (922, of course, stays the way it is). Again, it's up to you, though.

Thanks for including the 6-Up iron-on! Did you ever find out from Kook if there were any other iron-ons in either series that were not listed in those two sections on the Spreadsheet? Love the new Note for Iron-Ons 1, too. It gives a lot more details on that series that even I didn't know.

How was your Christmas and New Year's Eve and Day? Did you get what you wanted - maybe some new Wacky stuff? Details, please!

Finally, how far have you gotten on the a's and c's from Replies #935, 938, 939 and 940? Almost finished with those or not? Please, enlighten me!
note sure if you're keeping track of all the reply #'s that I've performed the corrections for (I'll confess, I may not be doing a good job of that)

Completed are:  935, 938, 941, 943, 949, 950, 952, 977, and this one 978.
939 is a monster, and I notice you are still adding to it.
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Offline mikecho

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #985 on: February 01, 2020, 04:58:43 PM »
Good job, Patrick! Only a few goofs:

*Secret for Women (571; I didn't put this one in Reply #932, it's in there now),
*Replaced Honka Picky Stix (Wonka Pixy Stix) (851; this is the full name (and real name) of this Wacky and should be done so it's just like the three pulled Wackys from ANS1 (see 688, 713 & 718 for these three)),
*...to remove a beetle... (896),
*..., but was pulled... & ...San Diego Comic-Con. (913-922),
*Jack in the Box (1040; I didn't put this one in Reply #932 either, again, it's in there now),
*Just for Men (1211; you missed this one from Reply #932),
*...(as opposed to the 1970s... (2667-2669),
*Cover Ghoul (2722; no "d"),
*...the 2019 Garbage Pail Kids Revenge of Oh, the Horror-ible! series (4253-4261),
* Wacky Packages Parodies (4263-4272; no "i" between the "r" and the "o").

I know that Reply #939 is a monster, but I don't think I've added anything major to it lately (e.g., in regards to new entries being put in, since I think they've stayed the same as far as the number of entries is concerned and the only things I know I've done is last-minute details to what's already there), and I don't think that I've missed anything else anymore, but in any case, I know it's in good hands and that it wiil finished eventually - and I'll be waiting for it!

By the way, did you notice Reply #981 yet? Also, Reply #940 needs to be done, as well as Reply #939.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #986 on: February 05, 2020, 07:09:03 PM »
Patrick, I almost forgot: good job on the Note for the ANS3 foil stickers (913-922)! That was a very good way of combining the first nine, yet including the new information about the 10th one! I never would've thought of doing it that way!
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #987 on: February 05, 2020, 07:27:01 PM »
Patrick, did you want to add the word Cereal to all the cold cereals on the Spreadsheet? I've noticed that you've added it to some, but not all, of them. Just wondering if you forgot...

If you want to do it, the cereal numbers are on Reply #899, so this way you can look them up and see what you have and haven't done.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #988 on: February 08, 2020, 07:12:15 PM »
Well, I finally got the names for the 2020 Attacky Packages. All these are in 2736-2750:

*Horrid (Die-Cuts/1st)
*Minute Lice (Die-Cuts/1st)
*Battleaxe (OLDS 4)
*Dopey Whip (Die-Cuts/1st)
*Hostage Cupcakes (Die-Cuts/1st)
*Fink (Die-Cuts/1st)
*Brain Power (13th)
*Dums for the Dummy (7th)
*Old Spit (5th)
*Playbug (11th)
*Snatch-A-Pak (3rd; I couldn't read the cereals' names, so you'll have to put them in here if you want to)
*Delinquent Spinach (9th)
*Oscar Moron Bacon (10th)
*Mud (11th)
*Pupsi-Cola (10th)

This is only a rough copy; I know it'll be fixed accordingly.

Also, unless it's written that way on the checklist, the first Attacky name is spelled wrong. The right way to spell it is:

*HOSTILE DEODORANT (2736).
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #989 on: February 11, 2020, 01:36:03 AM »
Patrick,

Here's another one:

*Godzilla: King of the Monsters (American second version (2019)) (2175, 2183, 2186 & 2191).

This is so it'll be the same as 1717, where Dogzilla/Godzilla is called in its Notes section American third version (2014). And don't forget, the American first version of this film was written slightly different; it was called Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1956).
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #990 on: February 13, 2020, 01:33:25 PM »
Guess I'll start a new list:

*Dixie Kitchen Refill Cups (435 & 515),
*Robt. Burns Cigarillos (437).
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #991 on: February 24, 2020, 10:34:21 AM »
Well, Patrick, I finally got the GPK Late to School Wackys real names (with the help of eBay and Jeff Allender's House of Checklists):

1 of 10: Pirate's Sooty Aged Cannonballs (Pirate's Booty Aged White Cheddar)
2 of 10: Jerky Juice Crabby Apple (Juicy Juice Juice Box - Apple)
3 of 10: Fartoys Edible Water Colors (2-T) (Artoys Washable Water Colors (16))
4 of 10: Tardy Grahams (Nabisco Teddy Grahams - Honey)
5 of 10: PeePee Water Proof Portfolio (PeeChee All-Season Portfolio)
6 of 10: CrayCrayola Crayons (Crayola Crayons)
7 of 10: Noplay Go Hurt (Yoplait Go-Gurt - Berry Bash)
8 of 10: All More School Glue (Elmer's School Glue)
9 of 10: Playskull Scissors (Playskool Blunt Tip Scissors)
10 of 10: Garbage Jail Kids (Topps Garbage Pail Kids: Late to School (2020 S1)).

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #992 on: February 28, 2020, 11:42:51 AM »
Patrick, I just thought of something.

There's two My Little Pony Wackys in which the names of the figures are unknown to me:

*My Little Bony: Friendship is Tragic (1655; I don't know which pony this one is supposed to be),
*My Spittle Pony (3723; the figure's name on the Wacky is Hocker, but again, I don't know which pony this one is supposed to be, either).

The pony named Pinkie Pie is the real name for My Little Phony (724) and My Little Brony (1953), so I figured these two pony's real names should be done as well. Could you please put them in when you get a chance?
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Offline Paul_Maul

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #993 on: February 28, 2020, 02:51:39 PM »
Patrick, I just thought of something.

There's two My Little Pony Wackys in which the names of the figures are unknown:

*My Little Bony: Friendship is Tragic (1655; I don't know which pony this one is supposed to be),
*My Spittle Pony (3723; the figure's name on the Wacky is Hocker, but again, I don't know which pony this one is supposed to be, either).

The pony named Pinkie Pie is the real name for My Little Phony (724) and My Little Brony (1953), so I figured these two pony's real names should be done as well. Could you please put them in when you get a chance?

How can he put them in if the names of the ponies are unknown?

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #994 on: February 28, 2020, 04:06:24 PM »
How can he put them in if the names of the ponies are unknown?
I'm sorry; I should've said "unknown to me". It's fixed now.

Offline Paul_Maul

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #995 on: February 28, 2020, 04:10:20 PM »
I'm sorry; I should've said "unknown to me". It's fixed now.

But what makes you think anyone else knows what ponies they are based on, or that they are even necessarily based on any specific pony?

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« Reply #996 on: February 28, 2020, 04:49:49 PM »
But what makes you think anyone else knows what ponies they are based on, or that they are even necessarily based on any specific pony?
I figured "Hocker" from My Spittle Pony was probably based on one of the pony characters from the original animated series, which this 1992 Lost Wacky was probably based on.

The only problem is I never watched that series when it was on and don't know the names of said characters, so I don't know if I'm right or not. I'm presuming, however, that I'm right in this case, at least.

As far as My Little Bony: Friendship is Tragic, well, that's anyone's guess, because I know the names of that series' characters even less than the original one.

Anyhow, I figured they're based on something and should be acknowledged as such, just like the other two were.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #997 on: February 28, 2020, 05:19:05 PM »
Well, Patrick, I finally got the GPK Late to School Wackys (off of Jeff Allender's House of Checklists):

1 of 10: Pirate's Sooty Aged Cannonballs (Pirate's Booty Aged White Cheddar)
2 of 10: Jerky Juice Crabby Apple (Juicy Juice Juice Box - Apple)
3 of 10: Fartoys Edible Water Colors 2-T
4 of 10: Tardy Grahams (Teddy Grahams (I don't know which variety, though)
5 of 10: PeePee Water Proof Portfolio (PeeChee Portfolio)
6 of 10: CrayCrayola (Crayola Crayons)
7 of 10: Noplay Go Hurt (Yoplait Go-Gurt)
8 of 10: All More School Glue (Elmer's School Glue)
9 of 10: Playskull Scissors (Playskool Scissors)
10 of 10: Garbage Jail Kids (Garbage Pail Kids: Late to School (2020 S1)).

I don't know what 3 of 10 is, though. Can you please help me with this one?

#988 through #991 complete

I will not be using Allender's listing of the names for the LtS GPK/Wacky set, and staying with what I already had.

Godzilla in 1717 now corrected, as that is actually the second American made Godzilla movie (NO, the Raymond Burr one is not an American made Godzilla movie)

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #998 on: February 28, 2020, 05:21:14 PM »
I figured "Hocker" from My Spittle Pony was probably based on one of the pony characters from the original animated series, which this 1992 Lost Wacky was probably based on.

The only problem is I never watched that series when it was on and don't know the names of said characters, so I don't know if I'm right or not. I'm presuming, however, that I'm right in this case, at least.

As far as My Little Bony: Friendship is Tragic, well, that's anyone's guess, because I know the names of that series' characters even less than the original one.

There was a pony from the original series named Locket, but that was a Pegasus pony, Hocker appears to be an earth pony. Color looks right. Packaging is certainly a match.







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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #999 on: February 28, 2020, 05:57:18 PM »
packaging seems like it could be a mash up of the standard pony and a 'so soft ponies' versions.
Top of the packaging with the 'Free Poster Inside" and the pony's name, and the "So Soft Ponies" banner, as well as the other writing "A beautiful pony that's soft and furry all over" and the "includes: Heart Throb, ... scented" are a great match.
And the field with the ponies and the toy itself are closer to just the plain pony toy card.


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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #1000 on: February 29, 2020, 11:19:21 AM »
#988 through #991 complete

I will not be using Allender's listing of the names for the LtS GPK/Wacky set, and staying with what I already had.

Godzilla in 1717 now corrected, as that is actually the second American made Godzilla movie (NO, the Raymond Burr one is not an American made Godzilla movie)
You misunderstood me, Patrick; I was only giving you the real names here and that was it. The Wacky names I used were just there for comparison; I knew you had them in the Spreadsheet the way you wanted them anyway.

Also, 515 should be Dixie Kitchen Refill Cups.

Next, the word Parodies in 4263-4272 is still spelled wrong; there's no "i" between the "r" and the"o" (unless, of course, the misspelling was intentional on Topps' part; if that's true, then please just keep it the way it is).

Next, 4335 and 4337 need to be double-rowed.

Next, you forgot to put in the real name Playskool Scissors in 4341.

Finally, the section of 4253-4261 should say the 2019 Garbage Pail Kids Revenge of Oh, the Horror-ible! series.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #1001 on: February 29, 2020, 11:50:49 AM »
Patrick, I just found out some more things for the non-Topps Spreadsheet from Greg Grant's site (so please look up all of them and then do with this information what you will):

*Irvings Soap (12) was probably intended for either the 5th, 6th or 7th series (it's unknown which one it would've been),
*It's also unknown what the origin of Orgeo (33) was; one theory is that it was a side project of Jay Lynch's,
*Runny Face - Goopy Ape (41) was a homemade Wacky created by Duane Dimock,
*Garbage Pail Kids was the only sticker in Lost Wackys Series 1 out of all the stickers that were originally done with alternate art and then corrected to have three versions of the same sticker; the others each had two versions.
*There were two Lost Gums for Lost Wackys Series 1, green for the original version and pink for the bonus corrected stickers version (therefore, the green one should be 35 and the pink one should be put in a new space as 42),
*In Lost Wackys Series 2, the pink gum (77) is wide and is said to look like the gum from the 1979 Rerun series and the green gum (78) is thin and is said to look like the gum from the Irish series,
*The Lost Gums in both Lost Wackys Series 1 and 2 were pink and green, not pink and yellow,
*Lost Wackys Series 1 and 2 each had three alternate puzzles: Mixwell Hearse (the lost Wacky Ad version), Jujubats and Garbage Pail Kids for Series 1 and Libber's, Dr. Peeper and Pigs Blue Ribbon Beer for Series 2.

Also, I've got two a's:

*Heide Jujubees (39),
*The Smurfs - Papa Smurf and Grouchy & ...Joe Grossberg; originally intended... (93).

Finally, Off the Mark-et (178-215) should be called Off the Mark-et Series One and the Note for it should start by saying Based on Mark Parisi rejected... .
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #1002 on: February 29, 2020, 12:04:39 PM »
Just found some more:

*Taster's Choice 100% Freeze-Dried Coffee (215),
*OUI (514)
*Secret Anti-Perspirant for Women (571 & 879),
*...(only the year and some of the text were changed) (621),
*Replaced Honka Picky Stix (Wonka Pixy Stix) (861).
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #1003 on: March 02, 2020, 10:05:43 AM »
There's no mention on the spreadsheet about what border and back variations are available for which series, we should add that somewhere.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #1004 on: March 02, 2020, 01:30:00 PM »
Actually, Mitch, if you move the Spreadsheet over to the right, you'll see lists of the 1991 series' Crazy Coupons, some more Crazy Coupons that were intended for the lost 1992 Series and were finally published in ANS1 and Flashback 2 and 52 of the 55 Wacky Websites in ANS1, ANS2, ANS3 and ANS4 (the other three were a sticker subset in ANS7). There's also a Note in ANS4 about the Wacky DVDs, which were briefly intended to replace the Wacky Coupons, but never made.

But you do have a great idea. Beyond these, nothing's been added since. There's a whole series of Wacky Coupons beginning in ANS4 that's just itching to be included. Adding in something about which series had the various border colors and what they were, the tan backs and the white backs in both the OS and the OLDS series and the various Ludlow back colors in the OS, ANS and OLDS series wouldn't be too bad, either. In fact, I think something like this is long since overdue.

What do you think, Patrick? You up to it?
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #1005 on: March 05, 2020, 07:03:27 AM »
Yep, some more:

*Polident Denture Cleaner Tablets with Dentrol (438),
*Swingline TOT 50 Stapler Kit (439),
*mr. Goodbye Candy (3359, 3676 & 4294; I found three mr. Goodbar Wacky names that you missed).
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #1006 on: March 05, 2020, 07:17:36 AM »
There was a pony from the original series named Locket, but that was a Pegasus pony, Hocker appears to be an earth pony. Color looks right. Packaging is certainly a match.

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Under the circumstances, I think that My Spittle Pony is My Little Pony So Soft Ponies - Locket (3723), even if they did get the pony wrong.

It's just too similar here to be a coincidence.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #1007 on: March 05, 2020, 07:21:54 AM »
Just thought I'd ask, Patrick: how's progress on Reply #939 going?

Are you 1/4 done with it, 1/2, 3/4, all done, what?
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #1008 on: March 05, 2020, 08:43:41 PM »
Yep, more!

*1289 needs to be reduced to a single row again, now that the Note is gone.
*You didn't finish removing the Note in 2765 (are you changing it or removing it?).
*4336 is Nabisco Teddy Grahams - Honey (that one's on me this time; I forgot to include the company name here).
*I think that 4341 should be Topps Garbage Pail Kids - Late for School (2020 S1).

Now then, for the few remaining goofs in the Attacky Packages section.

First, one final sticker name is spelled wrong:

*OLD SPACE DEODORANT (2744).

Next, these need to be fixed:

*Cover Ghoul (Die-Cuts/1st) (2722, there's no "d" in Ghoul),
*Fearstone Tires (Die-Cuts/1982 Album) (2730),
*(Die-Cuts/1st) (2726, 2727 and 2734),
*(Die-Cuts) (2733),
*(Wacky Ads/2nd) (2700, 2711, 2721, 2728 & 2735),
*..., all but RUSTED BUSTED ROBOTS were based... (2711-2720).

Finally, do you think 1986 Album should be added to Fearstone Tires here even though that series wasn't released?
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