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    https://youtu.be/nkfcd0uGUHE

    Pulitzer still claims to have found the LAD.
    Last edited by captain1965; Feb 04, 2016 at 11:04 AM.

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    Don't blame Pulitzer, It's genetic. Hahaha
    https://youtu.be/GKn04HHr4II

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    Sorry, I still hold the same opinion of him I always did. And it isn't good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleMatt View Post
    Sorry, I still hold the same opinion of him I always did. And it isn't good.
    Anyone can point to any hole Ground and say I have found the lost this or that mine? The United states no in fact all over the world there are thousands of worked out abandoned shafts, just because some one finds one, they do not exactly have a name on them? So We are all faced with the perceptual Irony of lost mines it will always be open for conjecture do we not? The Lost Dutchman is a classic example perhaps several hundred now claiming they have found it all in different places? But that is not itself a single example as there are other famous lost times stories will tempt us to wonder what if?

    The problem we have with most TV treasure hunters is most of them are not real. Of course the real villain is not him but the plethora of cheap TV shows being churned out exploiting characters who think they are real treasure hunters. While they do have entertainment value one should not take them too seriously.

    I am sure there are some on this Forum alone who would be more of a real treasure hunter than we see of TV.

    Amy

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    From WIKI:
    The CueCat was invented by J. Jovan Philyaw, who changed his name to J. Hutton Pulitzer.[3][4] Belo Corporation, then parent company of the Dallas Morning News and owner of many TV stations, invested US$37.5 million in Digital Convergence, Radio Shack $30 million, Young & Rubicam $28 million and Coca-Cola $10 million.[5] The total amount invested was $185 million.[6]

    Starting in late 2000 and continuing for over a year, advertisements, special web editions and editorial content containing CueCat barcodes appeared in many U.S. periodicals, including Parade magazine, Forbes magazine and Wired magazine. The Dallas Morning News and other Belo-owned newspapers added the barcodes next to major articles and regular features like stocks and weather. Commercial publications such as AdWeek, BrandWeek and MediaWeek also employed the technology. The CueCat bar codes also appeared in select Verizon Yellow Pages, providing advertisers a link to additional information. For a time, RadioShack included these barcodes in its product catalogs and distributed CueCat devices through its retail chain to customers at no charge. CueCats were also bulk mailed (unsolicited) to certain mailing lists, such as subscribers of Forbes and Wired magazines.

    In the Wall Street Journal, Walter Mossberg criticized CueCat: "In order to scan in codes from magazines and newspapers, you have to be reading them in front of your PC. That's unnatural and ridiculous." Mossberg wrote that the device "fails miserably. Using it is just unnatural." He concluded that the CueCat "isn't worth installing and using, even though it's available free of charge".[7] Joel Spolsky, a computer technology reviewer, also criticized the device as "not solving a problem" and characterized the venture as a "feeble business idea".[8]

    The data format was proprietary, and was scrambled so the barcode data could not be read as plain text. However, the barcode itself is closely related to Code 128, and the scanner was also capable of reading EAN/UPC and other symbologies. Because of the weak obfuscation of the data, meant only to protect the company under DMCA guidelines (like the DVD protection Content Scramble System), the software for decoding the CueCat's output quickly appeared on the Internet, followed by a plethora of unofficial applications

    The CueCat is widely described as a commercial failure. It was listed as one of "The 25 Worst Tech Products of All Time" by PC World magazine.[10] The CueCat's critics said the device was ultimately of little use: Jeff Salkowski of the Chicago Tribune wrote "You have to wonder about a business plan based on the notion that people want to interact with a soda can," while Debbie Barham of the Evening Standard quipped that the CueCat "fails to solve a problem which never existed."[11] In December 2009, the popular gadget blog Gizmodo voted the CueCat the #1 worst invention of the "2000s" decade.[12] A CBS News piece describing RadioShack's 2015 Chapter 11 bankruptcy lists the CueCat as just one of a long string of marketing failures[13] which contributed to the chain's demise.[14]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corporate Investigations View Post
    Anyone can point to any hole Ground and say I have found the lost this or that mine? The United states no in fact all over the world there are thousands of worked out abandoned shafts, just because some one finds one, they do not exactly have a name on them? So We are all faced with the perceptual Irony of lost mines it will always be open for conjecture do we not? The Lost Dutchman is a classic example perhaps several hundred now claiming they have found it all in different places? But that is not itself a single example as there are other famous lost times stories will tempt us to wonder what if?

    The problem we have with most TV treasure hunters is most of them are not real. Of course the real villain is not him but the plethora of cheap TV shows being churned out exploiting characters who think they are real treasure hunters. While they do have entertainment value one should not take them too seriously.

    I am sure there are some on this Forum alone who would be more of a real treasure hunter than we see of TV.

    Amy
    Heck I can show you a couple of "Lost Mines" that have been mined out by people that didn't even know the stories. LOL The "Lost Yuma mine" has almost totally been worked out. One of the Ranchers in the area wanted my brother and I to help him mine his claim. He needed people on top to work the bellows so he could mine it at 150 feet down. Needed fresh air to work it and it is in a Wilderness Area.
    How come nobody writes about the Lost Mines/Caches that have been found/recovered? Easy, no money in it. The books won't sell good without Greed appearing in it. IMO
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