You may have suspected this because I look the part – i.e., old. Also because I’m not always lying. And also because there is no other reason why I would have the press kit for America’s Most Wanted trading cards somewhere other than under the refrigerator, soaking up a leak.
1) A semi-removable picture of Hideo Nomo;
2) A high-quality stone-like base with a sound chip and a one-nanowatt (RMS) speaker; and
3) A battery with a 30-second lifespan that requires a fist-sized piece of gelignite to change.
And what would you charge for this bundle of goodness? Not $29.95. Not $19.95. Not even $9.95. But $79.95.
In the end, Remarkable Moments were true to their description. They were pictures of moments that to someone were in some way remarkable.
 Not that Trade Fax would have that.
 I don’t know – Spike Ree, maybe?
 All of which most assuredly found nice, new homes.