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  1. Tooth ?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

    Save me a wing please.
  2. Tooth ?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

  3. ANCIENT VOICES: Ditlihi's Journey Into The Truth Of Ancient Treasure In The Southwest

    Treasure is where you find it, Cyzak. I found real treasure in the days I spent with DTTH, days that I will always remember with a smile. Moments big and small, laughter shared, evenings spent in comfortable silence under a star filled sky. Gold that can only be found in the sharing of two...
  4. Years later...

    No, the Ignore function does not remove a poster from a thread, it merely hides the content of their posts while allowing you the option to either read it... or not. You still have to exercise self control....to peek, or not to peek. And you can unsubscribe from a thread and never get...
  5. Years later...

    Glad you found a button that cured your ills. Edit: I suppose just not reading was outside your self control?
  6. Years later...

  7. Years later...

    One man's drivel is another man's manna. Everyone needs something to believe in, even if it is to believe in nothing. It's what salves the pain of existence and makes the unknown bearable. Does 'being right' do either of these? If so, it is only the belief you are right that brings you...
  8. Exciting civil war find on campus today with a little silver as well

    This button is quite rare, only a few known examples exist. Dug examples usually range around $250-300 and are the most sought after. They were actually manufactured for the Cherokee Nation before the Civil War (1830-40's), and were used by the North Carolina Cherokee Indian Brigade of Thomas'...
  9. Exciting civil war find on campus today with a little silver as well

    Very nice! If that button is indeed a Civil War Cherokee button, it undoubtedly came from a member of Thomas' Legion, the 69th North Carolina Regiment. Excellent save! Thomas' Legion Thomas’ Legion of Indians and Highlanders, CSA
  10. Old jailers jetting maybe??

    I agree with Jambone, looks like part of a set of slave shackles. Yours has four separate links, for both wrists and ankles.
  11. Curious looking site?

    Tomato, tomahto. Suck it up buttercup. :tongue3: Apologies, Kanacki, I'll remove myself to the cantina now.
  12. Curious looking site?

    Look it up Wikipendeco, I have a bone in my leg.
  13. Curious looking site?

    Yep, I need some tequila. No worm this time. :laughing7: Edit: No turtle, stop moving for a sec, I'm still sighting in.
  14. Curious looking site?

    I've been in the desert too long, it looks like an old bombing target range superimposed over a face. :tard:
  15. Chinese antique carved wood and cloth sleeve what is it??

    As long as you're happy with it that's all that matters. :icon_thumright:
  16. Chinese antique carved wood and cloth sleeve what is it??

    A very neat wooden box, but what makes you believe it's Chinese, is that what the seller stated? The Greek Key or 'T' design border at the bottom edge would appear more Italian in origin. And Chinese carvings are always more intricate. In addition, to me the "sleeve" appears to be machine...
  17. ANCIENT VOICES: Ditlihi's Journey Into The Truth Of Ancient Treasure In The Southwest

    What matters is did YOU get confirmation, since this was all for you. I appreciate you letting me tag along. I wish you nothing but the best, may all your hopes and dreams come true. :notworthy: :heart:
  18. Ancient ?

    Good luck with your site, DTTH, I truly hope All your dreams come true.
  19. ANCIENT VOICES: Ditlihi's Journey Into The Truth Of Ancient Treasure In The Southwest

    Thank you Mikel, got the pm with your new email. Will do my best to keep in touch. :notworthy:
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