Mark likely couldn't have imagined a drama filled community meeting in the heady days when Yawn captured BlogTV's sports card community, got a shout out on ESPN, and launched Breakers.tv.
But fast forward to last night:
Where Mark made a plaintive plea to stop involving himself and community leader Mrs. Scruffy (aka Mama Vaughn) in the various wheeling, dealing, scamming, and apparently harassment of other mens' wives involved in the exciting world of opening baseball cards. Looking alternatively to avoid law suits against Vaughnsoft as the technical intermediary for confidence games or perhaps looking to avoid legal outcomes that would result in losing the Scruffster's house and the CEO's sweet upstairs bachelor pad lead to a Vaughnlive style community meeting on Breakers.tv.
This, like all other attempts at laying down Vaughn law, immediately lead to questions and clarifications:
Discussion of additional problems with collecting cardboard:
Suggestions for improvement:
Bizarre and potentially racist baseball card analogies:
And the final word from Frau Scruffy: