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  1. #16
    us
    Jan 2008
    Black Hills of South Dakota
    Tesoro Lobo & Garrett Stinger
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    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    We already have and have had, what is called the International Can-Am Highway. They have been working on expanding it - giving it more exits and entrances, and access to other highways, as we speak.

    Here, we just call it highway 85, but it is marked every few miles with the "Can-Am" logo signs.

    It starts in Texas, then continues through New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, as well as the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.[3] The international Can-Am Highway travels along U.S. Route 85 connecting Mexico to Canada through the United States.

    B
    "Irony is the rule"

  2. #17

    Mar 2008
    Springfield, MA
    ACE 250
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    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    On the other hand the U.S. must tread carefully on these type issues. The formation of the European Union has already made them a powerful economic force. The U.S. has the desire and will to remain sovereign. It is willing to let countries into its inner circle, but usually only if we have a large degree of control over those countries (which is odd, given our constitution).

    While I agree that the U.S. should remain sovereign, I fear that this can not last forever. If globalization continues, the U.S. could easily end up in a very bad position, weakened greatly by not being part of the global structure, and this would be bad for us as well.

    Who knows what the world map will look like in another 100 years? The U.S. can not remain the dominant force in this world forever. History shows us that this is not the way of the world. I just hope it lasts another 100 years or so, so that my children can benefit from living here.
    When the mind is right, the sword is right.  When the mind is wrong, the sword is wrong.  If you wish to follow the Way of the Sword, you must first study the Way of the Mind - Anon

  3. #18

    Feb 2006
    PA
    42

    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    I don't know about everybody else, but my BHID detects way more coin money than paper money.

  4. #19
    us
    Dec 2006
    Washington, DC
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    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    Quote Originally Posted by mrs.oroblanco
    We already have and have had, what is called the International Can-Am Highway. They have been working on expanding it - giving it more exits and entrances, and access to other highways, as we speak.

    Here, we just call it highway 85, but it is marked every few miles with the "Can-Am" logo signs.

    It starts in Texas, then continues through New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, as well as the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.[3] The international Can-Am Highway travels along U.S. Route 85 connecting Mexico to Canada through the United States.

    B
    Wikipedia explains the US component of the Pan-American Highway, which has been around since the mid-20th Century: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan-American_Highway
    As their is no official route through the United States, several federally-funded highways use official-sounding names to draw prestige to their particular route, one of many unofficial Canada-to-Mexico highway arteries.

    As for the "unified currency of North America", it's about as likely as the flying car and the paperless office. When the Euro was introduced, the EU wrote up standards that a member nation's economy must meet in order for the Euro to remain stable as a whole. To use the euro, a nation must meet requirements for economic regulation and stability (presented here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convergence_criteria). Most Latin American nations are not close to complying with rules like these, and an attempt to unify North America would only be as strong as its weakest link. Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina have all revalued their currency in the last 20 years, and both Ecuador and El Salvador are pegged to the $USD for indefinite instability relief.
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  5. #20
    us
    Jan 2008
    Bronx, NY
    Whites Prizm II
    358

    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    This is disgusting to me

    No offense to the poster, thanks for sharing this info.

    What happened to our beatiful coinage and curency of the past.

    What they did to our money is infuriating to me.

    They eliminated gold then silver then copper.

    I hate that dreaded zinc penny, that is where all our coins are headed.

    Worthless pieces of metal.
    CLEANING UP THE PARKS OF NEW YORK CITY; 1 PULLTAB, 1 BOTTLE CAP AND 1 MANGLED CAN AT A TIME.. PLUS I GET TO KEEP ALL THE LOOSE CHANGE !

  6. #21
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    Silverthorn

    Mar 2008
    Livin' in my Checker Marathon down by the river...
    Old willow divining rod... No more wire hangers !!
    56

    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    I donít like it too much either. I like the look of our former metal, although they didnít depict any presidents, so I understand the change in metal. I understand why they took the metal off of paper money, and the value of the metal money, but I think it is because of pure greed without consideration for the welfare of the citizens.

    When the paper money becomes worthless and the metal are all slugs, the plastic money (credit/debt cards) will follow and we will end up using things of value to trade and barter, including gold, pieces of silver, copper, oil, beads. Unless some metal is put back into money. It wonít take much.

    I posted this post because I became aware of it and I thought it would be of interest to the TreasureNet folks.

    Silverthorn


    My mother was a moonshiner and I love her still...

  7. #22
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    David Emslie

    Aug 2007
    Fort Collins, Colorado
    I just follow my nose!...where the silver and gold goes! Minelab 5000, Goldmaster, and a few others XRF spectrometer, Common sense.
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    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    have you checked out the 2008 versions yet?
    Petty coins, I like all the symbolic tones to the coin.
    Very imperialistic. Note the 3 stars in Liberty's helmet representing Canada, the US and Mexico!
    Its honestly the way a modern US coin should be. Showing power, pride and strength.
    Too bad its not a US coin. If our money looked like that Id probably have more faith in it! Id love to carry around say $1 coins that looked like this!!! Just not as an amero, but a US Coin

    Look at most countries and there money, They do quite well when its with Gods and Goddesses and symbolic images.

    The same countries are usually in decline by the time political figures make it onto the coins.

    And by the time current political figures who are alive are on your money...its time to get out. thats rock bottom. Head for the hills!

    But as far as these Ameros go, you gotta admit, they are very well done!
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  8. #23
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    Silverthorn

    Mar 2008
    Livin' in my Checker Marathon down by the river...
    Old willow divining rod... No more wire hangers !!
    56

    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo


    Jewelerdave:

    You are correct, sir. Those dollar coins are very cool looking! Hey Dave, when the bottom drops out, will the Jewelerdave Mint start stamping dime-sized real silver dollars?

    Thanks for the Amero peek! How can I get one of those?

    I am aware that money will change. I has over the years and inevitably it will continue to do so. How long was the silver dollar in use? A real silver dollar I mean. One ounce of silver. Preceded by the Spanish 8 Reales coin; about an ounce of silver? Mine are all worn and roughed up. Some with Asian chops in them. No ďpiecesĒ though.

    I think the govít should put something back. Like a sterling silver USA dollar. It could be the size of a dime, or full size with alloy. Or like a composite such as the Canadian Two-nny. Something of value. Anything of value! Oh well. Weíll see!

    Hey, I really like the coins YOU minted! Iím saving up for one! I have noticed that you are well into it! Iím impressed! How did you get the treasure bug? I donít know how I did. I found a silver Spanish 8 Reales coin on Crescent Beach on Siesta Key, Sarasota, Florida in the 1960ísÖ It was inevitable I guess!

    Give me a holler sometime!!

    ~Silverthorn


    My mother was a moonshiner and I love her still...

  9. #24
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    David Emslie

    Aug 2007
    Fort Collins, Colorado
    I just follow my nose!...where the silver and gold goes! Minelab 5000, Goldmaster, and a few others XRF spectrometer, Common sense.
    845
    67 times
    Prospecting

    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    I think it would be awesome if they minted Coins that had silver/gold in them. I dont see why they dont do a bi-metallic Kind of like the Canadian $2 coin. made for circulation.

    Say something about the same size, and look, the center of that coin is 16mm so a 1/10th ounce coin would fit in it.

    bring back the high dollar denomination coins.

    Something inflation proof. say a tenth ounce of silver in a $20 coin.

    say a $5 coin with a copper center Bronze rim.
    a $10 or $20 or even $25 coin with a tenth ounce silver center
    maybe a $100 coin with a twentieth of an ounce of gold, maybe an alloy that is %50 or %75 Gold to keep the size aspect ratio correct/Gold clad on a copper core, I dont know, maybe use a tenth ounce of gold and use it as a $500 coin.
    Something more durable and worth saving as to paper. Something with a lasting legacy. And something that gives the money some real value to control inflation.

    The nice thing about Countries when they made something out of gold/silver is that if your country's government went away, or if you traveled or moved, you were not left with something of no value.
    Look at Colonial America, Spanish Silver and European coins were used until we got our mints going. the older Spanish and English coin was converted into our own.

    Now look at what happened to the American Confederacy of the Civil War. Paper Money that was not backed by gold or silver became worthless. Peoples hard earnings from work and trade over night became worthless, they had nothing to show for there efforts and savings.

    People who saved coin from the 60's and before and still have them can at least trade them in for money that for now can buy things that are needed. But current generations do not have this protective luxury or security, There are people out there hording copper pre 82 cents for gods sake in the hope to sell them for more paper money that is just getting more and more worthless.

    Its kind of sad where its going. even if our money had a fraction of the gold or silver content its better than nothing at all!

  10. #25
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    R.I.P all the worms i killed digging my loot.

    Apr 2008
    Auburn Hills MI
    MY ACE 250 JUST GOT HERE 5/07/08, also used a fisher 1220-x
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    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    wow what have you been smokin

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  11. #26
    us
    Jan 2008
    Black Hills of South Dakota
    Tesoro Lobo & Garrett Stinger
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    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    We need to go back to the constitution - COIN money - not "print money".

    Just my opinion.


    Went to an auction, and bid on some gold coins, and there was a guy there who could not understand why people were paying so much for a gold coin. His comment? "I don't understand it, it's not like these coins are back by dollars"

    Just goes to show you.

    B
    "Irony is the rule"

  12. #27

    May 2008
    106

    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    Quote Originally Posted by FredCobol
    It's amazing how many people hear these joke news stories and think they are plausible

    Here is one of my favorites: http://www.theonion.com/content/node/27842

    I actually heard this one being discussed on talk radio as if it were true.


    sorry man but its more real then that

  13. #28
    us
    Nov 2007
    Valley of the Sun
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    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    Its all true, the North American Union is gonna come, its just a matter of when. The illuminati have their plans set in stone..literally Just google the Georgian Guidestones. IMO the government is purposely trashing the dollar to force Americans to accept the Amero..just my 2 cents.
    [size=12pt][b]Coin Collecting is the only hobby in the world where you can spend money and always have money left over.[/size]

  14. #29
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    Sep 2004
    TX
    Whites Vision/V3 Spectra, AT Pro
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    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    Conspiracy theory. Its all bunk. The more people buy into it, the more they keep it alive.

  15. #30
    us
    Apr 2005
    North Carolina
    White's Prizm IV
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    Re: Sneek peek at the future coin, the Americo

    Read the more important message here people. If this comes to be the Constitution is dead! We would be a union with 2 other countries! I personally will fight to the death to keep this from happening.
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