Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Juggalo, Oct 14, 2019.
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Thanks for the help. At first that's how they look to me but for some reason after a couple of seconds they look raised and that's when I'm first starting to look at them it's not after I've been staring at coins for an hour or so. Thanks again.
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Sometimes I look at a photo of a coin on this site and the devices look incuse. I back up a little and then they look raised. (As they should be).
This is unrelated to coins but is it just me or do you find yourself referring to 40 year old women as girls? I never thought I'd get to where I can't help but do that. I do make myself laugh at the things I do now that I'm getting up there in years.
I sure do see at them as girls and they're all beautiful. lol
Incuse = recessed = sunken......same difference!
If you use a microscope regularly to examine coins, you will notice that higher magnifications can make it difficult for you to determine if the lettering is raised or recessed. When you reduce the magnification, you gain better perspective.
Women can be very fickle if they want to be.
When I was a bartender, I found that most females who had recently turned 21 resented the fact that I asked for ID, but most women who are 25 or older love you for asking for ID.
There's a song that brings the aging phenomenon into proper perspective. In this day and age, the use of the word, girl, though, could get a person into trouble.
How about the 25 year old cop who reminds you of a teenager?
Ok I like that because I can relate. Anyone in their 20s looks like a teenager. I can't believe I've gotten to the age I've actually used the phrase "what's with kids these days". Man has time taken it's toll but I do look forward to being that crazy old dude that's always pushing those idiots over who insist on wearing their pants around their knees.
I guess Juggalos wear them at the mid-thigh max?
Considering they are young enough they could be my daughters, Yeah.
I'm proud to say that even when I've worn a tool belt my crack has never once shown.
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