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Offline avision4u2liveby
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T2 SE Limited, Fisher F2 backup
« Reply #10 on: September 08, 2012, 10:22:44 pm »
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Nice! You never know what is in a junk pile until you go thru it. I once asked at a garage sale if they had any old jewelry for sale. An old man said they had taken all the gold to a gold dealer but he had some junk they kept. I bought a ziplock full of costume stuff they had for $10. In it was over 52 grams of solid 10k and 14 grams of solid 14k along with over 112 grams of sterling. I felt so bad after I checked the marks and weighed it, that I went back the next day and spent over $100 on for real junk to satisfy my morals lol. It wasnt long after getting home from that trip that I realized how many times I had been phucked over myself KNOWINGLY and I just said "TY God" because at the time...I needed it. Sometimes you just need to say that and go on. Ive been very lucky in my finds, the more I dig...the luckier I am.


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