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    Well, I found the marble! It was sitting in a "nest" of four other Rev War musket balls. It looked just like one. The Confederate button, gold coin and Chinese coin are still missing. Check this out. I found an 8 reale cob in my jacket pocket a few weeks ago when I pulled it out for the cold weather. I did find another Confederate button just like this one so may have had a brain "accident" and thought I had bought two and only bought 1. Fortunately, none of these items are big ticket. And...ohh...ohhh. just found another gold ring. Flipped it down on the dining room table, can't find it. aarrrggghhhh The cats may have nailed this one. Bright, shiny and battable.
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    You youngsters think you misplace things now? Just wait 'til you are my age.
    I misplaced something yesterday according to the Wife but I can't remember what it was.
    Marvin
    The Wife says that I'm lazy.
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    tell her that I'm conserving energy.
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    GA_boy, that sounds about right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GA_Boy View Post
    You youngsters think you misplace things now? Just wait 'til you are my age.
    I misplaced something yesterday according to the Wife but I can't remember what it was.
    Marvin
    I don't know how old you are but I'm a lot closer to 70 than 60. One good thing about forgetting something is when you find it, it's like finding it for the first time!
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    In 1972 when I was 17 and searching the local city park I found a brass belt buckle with the letters US raised with an oval shape. I placed it in my junk box; thinking it was from WWll. Many years later after I had left home I urged my parents to look for it in my old room. It disappeared gone. What was my bad was the fact that every week I was reading Lost Treasure mags from our newstand: should have paid attention to the articles about civil war relics. I also found lead three ringers which I would toss out as junk too. I just moved back to my hometown so you can guess where I will be after this snow is gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fyrffytr1 View Post
    I don't know how old you are but I'm a lot closer to 70 than 60. One good thing about forgetting something is when you find it, it's like finding it for the first time!
    78 (1940 Model)
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