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« on: July 30, 2014, 12:28:41 pm »
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It is my opinion that trash should be cleaned up at sites we visit, which is basically what we are doing most of the time with these detectors, removing trash from the soil...and it is important to photograph and record the trash so people can see whats really going on here...and I know that if I visit a site a few times then a little here and a little there will eventually make a place nicer, no need to kill myself over it either.  I was moving a piece of slat fence the other day to get it leaned up on a wall at a site in town where I know the realtor.  Good deeds get noticed and are appreciated.  Underneath the slat fence was this:

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Yes. Always remember that.  Its the way the state controls all forms of currency, as if their schools were actually teaching things worth something, when in fact they only teach people to be snitches and fools, but their way is dying as the internet grows.  Bury your best stuff away from the house! And pictures of trash removed will prove environmental clean-up, a very persuasive thing in court.  Salvage is not archaeology, remember that too brother.  All loss stems from neglect and dereliction, the proof of that is in the loss, very fundamental thinking there, even college professors can understand that.  By not salvaging a loss, the loser commits further dereliction, it is provable my friend.  Salvors shall not be held liable for someones past dereliction.  We are anti-dereliction and thats a good thing....b



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Besides, the  more junk you haul off the better your chances of finding something really decent.   Not that the door knobs aren't decent.   That set looks like it could pay for the time it took to pick it up.  (and if nothing else, if you live the the right style house it would make a great conversation piece)

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