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    It ainít like I havenít been trying

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    That Clad Quarter must have had some significance for anyone to even bother holing it...
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    not sure if I like the dime better or your T shirt.....nice hunting lol
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    Once upon a time when coin operated video games were new, think full-size Pac-Man upright. You could drill a hole in a quarter. Use strong thread or fishing line and convince that single quarter to give you many credits on the video game. Then they invented string cutters that were installed inside the coin mechanism. Just saying!
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    I'm a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of itĒ ― Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJGMC View Post
    Once upon a time when coin operated video games were new, think full-size Pac-Man upright. You could drill a hole in a quarter. Use strong thread or fishing line and convince that single quarter to give you many credits on the video game. Then they invented string cutters that were installed inside the coin mechanism. Just saying!
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    Thatís a great time I guess a short time in history. I appreciate that

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    I drilled a small hole a clad quarter just like that as a kid--the thought was we'd tie fishing line to it and drop it in a vending machine, get the product and pull the quarter back out One of my friends had seen an attendant do that with a Skeet-ball machine at an arcade. Well we tried it and it didn't work--couldn't pull the darned quarter back out. Fishing line broke and quarter went into circulation. I sometimes wonder if it's still out there somewhere.

 

 
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