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RacerCool

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  1. Over the years I would occasionally find a silver dime or quarter, and would stash them in my desk drawer. Every now and then I'd sell them when I needed some cash. Then at some point I realized that I could buy rolls of these silver coins, and when I actually began to make enough money to buy them, I started buying them regularly. And again when I was able, I began to accumulate gold coins.
  2. Yep, it's what we do. We bash the ones in power. Typically because they have it coming. 😤😠 🍻😏😎
  3. Sounds like a good deal for you, and he's getting better than he'd get if he went to a pawn shop. Win-win situation. 👍😎
  4. That's because those people are morally self-righteous and they think they know what's best for everyone else. They think they know pretty much everything. They also like to control people, but will throw a fit if they think you're in any way trying to control them or tell them what to do. Ironically, they are extremely ignorant and morally bankrupt themselves.
  5. The ones you have are a nice collection of 40% silver dollars, but as far as I know they are pretty common. At the current price of silver they'd be worth about $5.40 each, just for the silver content. They are more modern versions of the US silver dollar, and are the same size as the old Peace silver dollars, and Morgan silver dollars. I think the US Mint still occasionally produces silver dollars but only as commemorative collector coins, which is what these Ikes are.
  6. Very beautiful! That's certainly a keeper.
  7. I would love to stack ASEs, but that premium... 🤕
  8. I don't have anything to add except to commend you for proper spelling and grammar. That makes me feel a little bit better today.
  9. Then you're not missing out. A lot of that stuff happens because many students are single, so it's really the single life. You're living your own life and trying to be smart about it, so keep doing that. 👍
  10. That's a tough one. Honestly, I'd turn it into a couple dozen gold coins, then you could easily move those.
  11. Silver buckshot for the upcoming werewolf infestation!
  12. The two quotes above are the context. I read them and responded, and now here we are. It sounds like you were saying more than what was represented there, though it wasn't obvious to me. Thanks for clarifying.
  13. Probably not, since I don't think I've heard of that one. Is it worth reading? 🤔
  14. You said that physical silver holdings are only important to the pushers (or sellers?) of silver. And I said, no, it's important to many of us who are stackers. No matter how big or small the stacker is, we all want to physically own our PMs. A holding isn't just a holding, since there's a big and obvious difference in holding actual metal, or a piece of paper like a receipt.