The Eissner effect...
I can't get to the twitter links from work, but I was at the meet and greet. Forget about what they said for a second. Did anyone comment on how very few of the people representing Topps had been there longer than 1 year? I think they had 6-8 people there, only 4 longer than 1 year. Some were like months.
I worked briefly for Topps in 1994. A friend of mine that worked there 20+ years was let go in a house cleaning move by the new regime about a year ago. His opinion is not good on the direction Eissner (sp?) is taking things.
Best to All,
I may not be the oldest member here but I paid $8. an auto and shook Joe DiMaggio's hand at the Armenian Church in NYC once.
I try to not be judgmental but for you new guys, think before you start flexing your internet muscles. The large majority of members here are anxious to help you.