I just received this card as part of my haul from Tribe Cards' "Trick or Treat" giveaway. It's a fairly appropriate representation from the small box; while there were considerably more "tricks" than "treats", I had a blast flipping through one of the most random assortments of trading cards that I've ever seen. Of the seven Orioles cards, there was only one that I already had, and one of the new ones was a very cool die-cut and serial-numbered Cal Junior. As David had recently sent me an awesome assortment of O's per my participation in his Scratchoff tournament, I was surprised to see that he had any left to send me this time!
Other than the handful of Orioles, the only other baseball-related items were a loosely wrapped pack of 1991 Donruss and a sheet of 1986 Topps Baseball Tattoos. I'd never opened a pack of the latter, so that was a treat. My sheet included two Orioles: outfielders Fred Lynn and Mike Young. I'm tempted to sport them on my pale biceps, but maybe I'll do a test run with some schmuck like Ed Nunez or Cecilio Guante.
The highlights among the non-baseball cards included Topps American Pie issues of Richard Nixon (Tricky Dick or Treat?) and Janis Joplin, a Donruss Americana II featuring Erik Estrada, some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cards (from both the original TV series and the movie), an Impel Olympics Jim Thorpe, a couple ridiculous "Mega Metal" cards starring Iron Maiden, King Diamond, and pre-haircut Bon Jovi, some WWF and WCW cards (including an awesome Jesse "the Body" Ventura action shot), a pair of Garbage Pail Kids, a Yo! MTV Raps issue of Bell Biv Devoe that's totally going to my ex-roommate, and best of all, a CMA "Country Gold" of Billy Ray Cyrus in total Achy Breaky Mullet/Tank Top/Miley-Free mode.
In all seriousness, I don't know what the fate of these cards will be (Nixon and Ventura are 100% keepers, though). But three cheers to David, who has a weird sense of humor that I can totally identify with!