Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by calcol, Jul 2, 2016.
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My babies are also 40 year old guys. Maybe you could arm-wrestle them for coins. They're both 6 ft 2 in and fit.
Well I'm 6'2", but I really like fried chicken.
The value of those to someone is all relative. A "well to do" couple might own 100 of those or many more. What's it matter giving 2 away? Nothing to them. A pretty big deal to a kid. I like to hear about charitable instances like this. Cool you got them graded. Score.
Somebody that spends alot of time taking care of your kids can be a closer relationship than people without kids realize. That's a pretty valuable person in your life. If I get a bonus at work the first person I think about sharing it with is our babysitter who's very fair.
I agree. Having 2 kids myself, a third one on the way, our babysitters have a special place in our heart.
I knew gold wasn't as valuable as today but I had no idea that it was still pretty low like a decade ago. If anybody wants to take a look at historical gold prices, here's a good link:
Why did my parents spend money on diapers in the 80s when they could have bought gold instead?
I mean there are just so many different levels, so many different aspects or points of view from which I could respond. First of all, babysitting. Well, that is after all what I do. Yeah, I babysit all of YOU ! Every day ! And you range in age from the youngest YN to those who are older than dirt - like Frank. And as everybody knows, ya always have to keep an eye on Frank
And not only do I not get tips, I don't even get paid - nada, zilch, nuttin !
Great tip. (For the OP).
Maybe it is because you never give any "likes".
And I remember looking at them in the coin shops for under $80 and not having the money to buy one.
And just think, I am nearly 3,000 years younger then you are.
Oh the humanity!! But yes - we've all been there when coins were for sale and no money to buy them.
Yup. I was five or six, and it was the late 1960s; where was I gonna get $80?
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