What's the best, hardest to obtain, or weirdest autograph you ever obtained?
The weirdest one I've ever gotten was on a flight from Regina to Toronto. A few seats ahead of me was Ben Johnson (track star - held the world's fastest man title for a short while until he was found to be doping). I didn't have anything for him to write on, so I dug through the seat pouch in front of me and came up with a "Do Not Disturb" sign for the washroom. Back then they used these signs rather than the handle slider sign they use today. Anyhow, I asked the Flight Attendant to ask Ben for his autograph. I don't think it register with him that he was signing on a bathroom related item ... which is kind of fitting seeing as though his career went down the toilet.
The best autograph(s) I got was when one of my father's employees, who was a friend of Glen (Chico) Resch, went to visit him in the early 80's while he played for the New Jersey Devils. I was an avid hockey card collector back then and sent my entire collection of Devil's cards with him. He ended up getting the entire team to sign their cards, including all the duplicates I sent. I ended up selling the collection, including Gretzky rookie cards, for a lot of money to use for the down payment for our first house.