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    Quote Originally Posted by Holyground View Post
    Back in the olden days, they shot a lot of harmonica players if there were no piano players around. You never find piano keys, do you? See, I rest my case.
    This causes one for some Deep Thought.........hmmmmm.

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    They are all over W PA old homesteads and cellar hole sites. I probably find a full reed every week or two, sometimes find a handful in one outing. Always wondered why they are everywhere. Also find loads of old plated spoons and forks in the middle of nowhere in the woods. They drive me nuts...
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    Don't forget, you play the harmonica a little, then pop it in your shirt pocket, go chop wood, bend over, lose harmonica... the rest is HISTORY..... lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by BullBat View Post
    Basic entertainment, slim, easy to carry in a pocket, cheap models available so most everyone could have one...can you think of anything similar?

    Okay, fast forward to present-day. Check the newspaper or Craigs List lost/found and tally up how many cell phones are lost daily in just your area. Itís all relative.
    So, in a hundred years we (someone) will be digging up cell phone pcbs and trying to ID them on Tnet! "Geez, another IPhone! Still have a Blackberry on my bucket list!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by pa-dirt_nc-sand View Post
    They are all over W PA old homesteads and cellar hole sites. I probably find a full reed every week or two, sometimes find a handful in one outing. Always wondered why they are everywhere. Also find loads of old plated spoons and forks in the middle of nowhere in the woods. They drive me nuts...
    Yeah I've found at least 100 plus harmonica reeds. In fact i have a hard time remembering more than a couple cellars that did not give at least a piece of one.
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