Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Jimm, Mar 2, 2021.
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with a 1913 Buffalo obverse
and a Jefferson/Monticello reverse.
how does one even make a mistake like this?
This falls into the "Duh" category.
Work day? What's that?
How long should we hold our breath?
Yeah, come on. Not everyone has nothing else to do but babysit CT, not everyone is great at learning what is not an intuitive upload procedure. I have the President of my ancient coin club, a man who WORKS in computers, who runs our monthly Zoom call, having to ask me how to get pics up on Cointalk.
Cut people some slack please.
Yes, I read you, but he properly posted the first photos, so he knows what to do.
Yeah, but we all make mistakes, and there is a good chance he has not even read he made one. I know some are impatient to answer a question, but please let the man change the pic first.
It may seem good natured to some to pile on, but this is the kind of things I hear from people that keeps them off CT. Sometimes they get a little bullied if they dare to share, so therefore they don't bother. I have heard that fairly often at coin shows if I mention CT.
Meaning what? Anyone can "work" in computers, doesn't mean they understand everything about them. I found the upload link here because I knew it could be done and figured it would be easy to find. It was.
Not being demeaning, just explaining. And even when I have been criticized here for my coins, I valued the expertise more than being upset at a few comments. Some people are truly snowflakes.
Cents or sense ?
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