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    Treasure Writers - Odd names

    Am I the only one to notice? . . .
    The best known authors and writers on treasure hunting
    seem to be Dick Stout and Lance Comfort.

    Anyone see anything funny about those name?

    Clue: I'm thinking of changing my name to
    Rod Long, and maybe I'll be a success too!



    Errr . . . maybe I shoulda posted under jokes?
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    Re: Treasure Writers - Odd names

    lol
    my name is aimee and i'm from rhode island.  woonsocket area.
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    Re: Treasure Writers - Odd names

    Cory Girth
    Who needs Cartwheel Pennies anyway?

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    Re: Treasure Writers - Odd names

    Seems like these new names (along with Bill Ladd) are just the ones that seem to submit to Western and Eastern Treasures every month. (And to be honest, the quality is sometimes inconsistent!) I could prolly get a submission to them each month--and I do occasionally appear in print there--but I'd rather be out diggin' than typing articles.

    The old names are gone from the magazine now--and I'll miss Ed Fedory's column greatly. Read it for 18 years or so.



    Ed's name was normal.



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    Re: Treasure Writers - Odd names

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckleBoy
    Seems like these new names (along with Bill Ladd) are just the ones that seem to submit to Western and Eastern Treasures every month. (And to be honest, the quality is sometimes inconsistent!) I could prolly get a submission to them each month--and I do occasionally appear in print there--but I'd rather be out diggin' than typing articles.

    The old names are gone from the magazine now--and I'll miss Ed Fedory's column greatly. Read it for 18 years or so.



    Ed's name was normal.







    i really don't think there's any need to be childish!
    Who needs Cartwheel Pennies anyway?

 

 

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