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It's kind of like a Letterboxer Trading Card (LTC), except that that card is 1" x 1" square.

index pointer

The line on the base plate of a compass that points to the degree that should be read.

ink in my ears

When you are confused or not sure that you heard a statement correctly, you have ink in your ears. For example, you might say, "I must have ink in my ears—I thought you just said that you went to a brothel after finding my letterbox!" The first known use of this term was by wassamatta_u. Not a big shock there.