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    Leaving behind metal tags even if your not metal detecting is going to be awesome!




    leaving behind these babies in parks even when im not metal detecting is going to be the definition of a troll MUAHHAHAHAHA im so evil No one will detect ever again hahahahaha
    Anyone can make life interesting you just have to go out there and do things instead of sitting on your butt doing nothing. Second quote: Life is about trying new things not just standing around.

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    So how long have you been mentally ill?

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    It wouldn't bother me one bit, the copper alone would have a good scrap value

    Besides, it will cost you more to buy them in the first place... I always win at the end of the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Detectingfreak View Post
    leaving behind these babies in parks even when im not metal detecting is going to be the definition of a troll MUAHHAHAHAHA im so evil No one will detect ever again hahahahaha
    First of all, you have to be a pathetic loser to go through the trouble of ordering tags and burying them in various places to eff with metal detectorists. Although I don't doubt how pathetic you are due to the fact that you made this thread, judging by your previous thread in which you wept about not being able to find anything of value, I highly doubt you possess the energy and dedication it would take to pull off such a stunt for any more than a day or two.
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    walk away from metal detecting with a bit of your dignity left please


    but it is funny thinking someone would take the time to plant tags!!! what a waste of time. 'like' you could put them where anyone 'might' detect. I have a better chance of hitting the lottery than finding one of those tags

    it is interesting tho what people come up with nowadays.

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    I think he's doing it as if he's leaving behind a calling card, a time capsule if you will, so at sometime down the road another detectorist will find the tag and know the place was hunted 5, 10, 20 or more years ago. Kind of like a history tag. I don't personally see the attraction and wouldn't find the tag especially interesting, but I don't think he's actually doing it to mess with MDer's.

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    I think it's a cool idea. I would like to dig one up some day. If you think this is some horrible thing, you need to find a more relaxing hobby, like maybe going into a coma.
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    just bury a time capsule then with ALL the treasures he has found...and say, metal detecting stinks, see this is all I found. Some detectorist would get a great laugh from that one if they dug it up

    it would be funny tho if someone did dig one up.

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    I thought the life of playing video games was a sad one...lol...What a social misfit this tool is. A girlfriend will help occupy your time buddy. Not an inflatable one, a real live one that talks and everything. I think it's hilarious that someone failed so miserably at detecting even with a top of the line machine and tries to take his loser frustrations out on people who are finding **** that he couldn't.
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    Why do they call it "Taking a dump" when you're actually leaving one?

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    Chick,
    I like the idea of a time capsule full of valuable jewels and relics, etc.

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    I just realized that this video wasn't the OP's. The OP needs to get back on his meds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigscoop View Post
    I think he's doing it as if he's leaving behind a calling card, a time capsule if you will, so at sometime down the road another detectorist will find the tag and know the place was hunted 5, 10, 20 or more years ago. Kind of like a history tag. I don't personally see the attraction and wouldn't find the tag especially interesting, but I don't think he's actually doing it to mess with MDer's.
    Did you see the text below the video? The video is not of the person who made this thread. The person who made the thread is indeed trying to mess with people.

    leaving behind these babies in parks even when im not metal detecting is going to be the definition of a troll MUAHHAHAHAHA im so evil No one will detect ever again hahahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by WIT View Post
    Did you see the text below the video? The video is not of the person who made this thread. The person who made the thread is indeed trying to mess with people.
    Yeah he's a lifeless turd who thinks TRYING to bother others will get back all the time and money he wasted metal detecting. I love it, I love knowing that he failed hard at something that comes easy to most people with half the detector he had. He is a load that should have been shot in the sheets. Keep the posts coming Video Game Nerd...we love them
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    Why do they call it "Taking a dump" when you're actually leaving one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason in Enid View Post
    If you think this is some horrible thing, you need to find a more relaxing hobby, like maybe going into a coma.
    This guy makes a douche post like this and "I" need to find another hobby?
    I don't think so, Scooter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coinstriking Michigan View Post
    Yeah he's a lifeless turd who thinks TRYING to bother others will get back all the time and money he wasted metal detecting. I love it, I love knowing that he failed hard at something that comes easy to most people with half the detector he had. He is a load that should have been shot in the sheets. Keep the posts coming Video Game Nerd...we love them
    Coinstriking Michigan,
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