Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Randy Abercrombie, Sep 30, 2019.
It just lets your employees know that the boss is human after all. Lol
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No..... My daughter is halfway across the country from me, so dropping in and checking the coin out is sort out of the question. Since I wrote this I remembered that three years ago I tucked a hundred dollar bill in a "safe place" in my office for emergency use that has been lost ever since. I am just trying to accept the fact that I enjoyed my memory when I had it and wish I would have been kinder to it when I did have it. My dealer has one set aside for me. I am replacing and forgetting this traumatic experience..... Since forgetting seems so effortless for me these days....
Look inside page 39 in your Red Book, which you keep hidden behind the corporate HR manual - it's over there on the bookshelf to your right.
LOL but then there's no one to see me laughing. I'm home alone and loving it.
Make that 39.
As soon as I figure out what a buspar is, I will give it a try!
I just want to know how you knew where I stashed my Redbook????
It's a drug used to treat anxiety. I've never had a use for it.
I take it that you searched your lounge chair when you got home from work last night. And didn't find the coin. That's because your wife found it and she's waiting for you to ask her about it. LOL
LOL..... I did! No, the Apollo gold was not there. But there was a surprise deep down in the side between the arm and the seat cushion. There was in fact a 2 1/2 gold Indian in a flip. I almost missed it. I thought I felt something slick and had to lay the chair on its side to get it to dislodge..... Consolation prize I guess.
Now you are sounding like me Randy! My wife last week found a nice VF Thasos stater in my armchair in the family room. She is usually good about my coin purchases, but gave me a "can't you keep better track of them this, and I don't even want to know how much you paid for it....."
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