Discussion in 'Contests' started by lordmarcovan, Apr 28, 2021.
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Oh I got a 50 cent piece with a nail hole I got to find it I had like thought that was like a prize to find in a 50 cent roll. I'm like I could throw this on a chain but it was a junky one I'm such a noob
I don't know I thought my backyard was because they seem to hook it up but forget to give me my maple syrup all the time and I'm in New York and they think that draining all the maple syrup and then giving us a jug of it if they remember every 4 or 5 years is compensation I got to find out who is doing this they owe me some syrup!
Well thought out
I did I think this nusmatics stuff in the rules I'm glad your not making too hard lol
Entry post. Slay satan. Life is so much easier with love and praying. Bad thoughts are a waste of everyone time. Wars are a lack consideration for others.
On the California quarter, “odd rituals” I believe might be referring to the tradition of yelling the name “Elmer” as other visitors yell the name back to you in Yosemite national park since the coin shows Yosemite valley on it. Don’t know how old this tradition is but it’s believed to date back to before 1830.
Also with the Virginia quarter, I’m not completely able to make out the stamp but i believe it might say “the scopes” which may be referring to the Norfolk scope arena in Norfolk Virginia
wow, I didn’t realize there was a storybook about it, I might have to read it to gain a little more knowledge, well as much as a children’s book will be able to give me at least. But it should be interesting all the same.
I like arch .
All interesting. Thanks for opportunity!
Enjoy your respite.
To be honest, I can only read a couple of the words from that photograph and can now see why most people picked Georgia.
My curiosity was piqued by the N. Carolina coin, "Sly Satan." Could mean man flying is the work of the devil.
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