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    Quote Originally Posted by AARC View Post
    Whats really funny is... there was little to move things... like a "dolly" OR even pavement to roll a dolly on... sheesh

    IT was... grab some of the "help" / "workers" dealio.

    *** OH crap Martha is moving again... get the town to help us. ***

    And wtf... THEY HAD HORSES and carnages... BUGGY:S pulled etc...

    All one can think is...

    SHEESH... poor horses. heh

    I guess they thought "heavier and bigger is better".

    You would think they would have come with aluminum a lot sooner :P
    Aluminum back then at the time was only available to pretty much nobility. I first read about this AI, helmet of Frederick VII of Denmark in a book titled, 'Out of the Fiery Furnace', which is a chronological history of us people's transcending away from the stone age to the age of metal and beyond. Note: what the book says about the value of aluminum in the mid 19th C.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tamrock View Post
    Aluminum back then at the time was only available to pretty much nobility. I first read about this AI, helmet of Frederick VII of Denmark in a book titled, 'Out of the Fiery Furnace', which is a chronological history of us people's transcending away from the stone age to the age of metal and beyond. Note: what the book says about the value of aluminum in the mid 19th C.
    Yes... Circa 1859... J.B. Dalhoff.
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