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  1. #46
    us
    Jul 2009
    Whiting, NJ
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    Many years ago my old firm was bought out by Hanjin Shipping of Korea, who also own Korean Air Lines. Anyway, I had one good friend Paul Lee, who a colleague on our sales team and he of course spoke Korean fluently. Through him I would pick up terms at least twice a week during our meetings. Did well enough on the accent to even fool other Koreans, but the best part was all the little lines I picked up.

    We had 2 young Koren girls that would literally run though the office when working (A cultural thing I guess) Anyway, I learned the phrase chun chun Hee sic. which means slow down. I would say it as they zoomed by me and it did catch their attention

    The best was a longer phrase that means, you never know who understands your language. I had used this at a bar where these 2 Korean woman would stand in a corner and make comments about people around them. It was like a Seinfeld episode, I noticed them talking and past them with that little ditty. Well, it was fun watching them turn colors

    I have always made it a point to be convincing in any situation, so I could better entertain myself. Pick up a few obscure phrases and it makes them think twice

    The best part is you don't need many phrases to get over on anyone

  2. #47
    us
    Feb 2012
    CTX 3030; The only metal detector I'll ever need
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    Really like the befor kids picture, Also would love to hunt that farm house sometime,problem is I'm in massuchusetts.Welcome to tnet,leprechaun.

  3. #48
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    What will it effect, when all is done?

    Nov 2011
    meicigama
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    Leprechaun,

    Thanks for the compliment...I like that one too..Haha...Wonder where she went... I'll get to the farm soon...Just don't have the detector I want yet...Soon, I hope.

    Spartacus53,

    Not many foreign languages here in MI, so don't have to try and figure much out here...unless its trying to understand the U.P. accent...

    MinerGirl
    Last edited by MinerGirl; Jun 06, 2012 at 11:35 AM.

  4. #49
    us
    Jul 2009
    Whiting, NJ
    Ace 250
    10,505
    993 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Not having many foreigners in your state can also be sad to a degree. Living between NY/NJ has been interesting to say the least. NY/NJ towns, neighborhoods in many areas are broken down into small countries to a degree. Every ethnic group has an area where they thrive and it's great when you want something different to eat. NY is still big on Irish, Italian, Greek, Polish, Russian, Middle Eastern, and Chinese. NJ has those and Thai, Vietnamese, Filipino, and Indian. One city has so many Indians it's know as little Bombay But if you enjoy different cuisines these areas can't be beat!!

  5. #50
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    What will it effect, when all is done?

    Nov 2011
    meicigama
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    Spartacus,

    True...Thankfully I spent a few years in San Francisco, CA and can appreciate what you're saying.

    Michigan Has it's special "Treasures"...

    MinerGirl

  6. #51
    us
    Jul 2009
    Whiting, NJ
    Ace 250
    10,505
    993 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by MinerGirl View Post
    Spartacus,

    Michigan Has it's special "Treasures"...
    So does NJ and you're talking to him

  7. #52
    us
    What will it effect, when all is done?

    Nov 2011
    meicigama
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    Quote Originally Posted by spartacus53 View Post
    So does NJ and you're talking to him
    Oh Boy...Thats Funny... I could say the same for Michigan, but Some of us aren't so bold...

    MinerGirl

  8. #53
    us
    Feb 2012
    CTX 3030; The only metal detector I'll ever need
    1,988
    570 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Honorable Mentions (1)
    MinerGirl,don't know what cind of machine your looking for,I have a whites DFX for sale.

  9. #54
    us
    Jul 2009
    Whiting, NJ
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    Me bold Nahhh Confident, yes No brag, just fact

    minergirl, I learned from an early age, "you snooze, you lose". That is the one constant in life, so live it to the fullest. I like to boast that I'm unique, but then again, so is everyone else

  10. #55
    us
    What will it effect, when all is done?

    Nov 2011
    meicigama
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    Leprechaun,

    Not too sure which one...right now I'm "budget" driven and want to get the best for my funds...(like everyone) Buying one just on price could mean missing alot and wasting time...Also I've heard the 250Ace might beep at "passing cars"..Haha and my Mom doesn't want me tearing up the Farm!...Haha There's already too many gophers... So I'm just trying to sort it out. Not brand specific at all and doesn't have to be waterproof since I can't use it in Florida anymore

    MinerGirl

  11. #56
    us
    What will it effect, when all is done?

    Nov 2011
    meicigama
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    Spartacus,

    You're defiantly right about that and I'm just kidding with ya...'cause its fun...

    Later I'll try to post a cool pic of Michigan...Have to find it...Its a "Treasure" in of itself! (Kinda like me..Ha!)

    MinerGirl
    Last edited by MinerGirl; Jun 06, 2012 at 04:47 PM.

  12. #57
    us
    Jul 2009
    Whiting, NJ
    Ace 250
    10,505
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    I'm no expert in judging one detector from another, but I can say I have no problem with my ace250. Many also talk about the Tereso, especially when they have lifetime guarantees. I would also suggest not going too high on the cost as this may not be the hobby for you. Yes, you may say I'll love it no matter what and a month down the road it'll be collecting dust, just like many of those various exercise machines people buy Buy one from $190-250 and if you do enjoy it, there is a good chance you'll recoup that expense in a year, or so. You can always upgrade at another point in time

  13. #58
    us
    What will it effect, when all is done?

    Nov 2011
    meicigama
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    Spartacus,

    That sounds like what I should do. I'm sure many times its not the detector but who's behind it...

    Leprechaun,

    Curious what yours goes for too.

    MinerGirl
    Last edited by MinerGirl; Jun 06, 2012 at 04:57 PM.

  14. #59
    us
    Jul 2009
    Whiting, NJ
    Ace 250
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    993 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by MinerGirl View Post
    Spartacus,

    You're defiantly right about that and I'm just kidding with ya...'cause its fun...

    Later I'll try to post a cool pic of Michigan...Have to find it...Its a "Treasure" in of itself! (Kinda like me..Ha!)

    MinerGirl

    I guess finding that one cool pic of Michigan, is like trying to find me in my old pictures. I think you're looking for a needle in a haystack. However, I will accept your picture as the treasure.

    Yea, it is fun with back and forth banter on these posts and you have a good sense of humor.

    That being said, I have to find a thread to annoy someone

  15. #60
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    What will it effect, when all is done?

    Nov 2011
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    Spartacus,

    I think NASA locked up their "Photo Dept"...I'll try later...

    MinerGirl

 

 
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