The Wild Turkey...

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Bonedigger, Apr 6, 2008.

  1. Bonedigger

    Bonedigger New Member

    LOL, that appears what the majority of posters opinion is. :)

    Take Care
    Ben
     
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  3. jaceravone

    jaceravone Member

    Can't believe you had snow on the ground.... it was 75 degrees here by late afternoon.... and I was working all day!:headbang:
     
  4. craig a

    craig a Coin Hoarder

    If the turkey wouldve been the national symbol, it would probably be illegal to hunt it. As it is with the bald eagle now. I too am glad it isnt ON the great seal of the United States. Besides, we have enough turkeys standing behind it.
     
  5. green18

    green18 Unknown member Sweet on Commemorative Coins Supporter

    Roger that.
     
  6. codydude815

    codydude815 Wannabe coin dealer

    Lucky! I was turkey hunting all weekend here for youth season, I had one coming in. He was a decient size, but he started putting, and walked away.
     
  7. j-easy

    j-easy Member

    turkeys are kinda fat and ugly, although they taste great. bald eagles on the other hand are skilled hunters and at the top of their food chain.

    imo.... bald eagle > turkey
     
  8. ACW

    ACW AIM HIGH

    That Franklin must have been one strange dude!:)
     
  9. Phoenix21

    Phoenix21 *The King Of Jokes*

    Man, sweet pics, thanks for sharing! :thumb:

    Phoenix :cool:
     
  10. RickieB

    RickieB Expert Plunger Sniper

    Franklin was right!! Turkey is better on plate than on a note...Can you imagine eating a note??

    LOL...a Turkey note...why soar with Eagles when you can pull the leg of a Turkey!!


    I suppose this is my way of trying to be funny...

    RickieB
     
  11. rotobeast

    rotobeast Old Newbie

    One must note, a turkey is smart enough not to HAVE to "soar".
    ;)
     
  12. craig a

    craig a Coin Hoarder

    I heard that when it rains a turkey will lift its head with its beak wide open and drown. Smart?
     
  13. rotobeast

    rotobeast Old Newbie

  14. craig a

    craig a Coin Hoarder

  15. rotobeast

    rotobeast Old Newbie

    I have to admit, you do have me there.
    *golf clap*'
    ;)
     
  16. GDJMSP

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    That's domestic turkeys, not wild turkeys.
     
  17. Phoenix21

    Phoenix21 *The King Of Jokes*

    Careful guys, let's not let this thread turn foul. :D

    Phoenix :cool:
     
  18. craig a

    craig a Coin Hoarder

    HAHAHA. Good one.
     
  19. Phoenix21

    Phoenix21 *The King Of Jokes*

    Lol, thanks, I was trying to wing it best I can. ;) :D

    Phoenix :cool:
     
  20. codydude815

    codydude815 Wannabe coin dealer

    (80's style studio audiance groans)


    Lol, just kiddin Phoenix.....
     
  21. tonylynch

    tonylynch RMO Collector

    Great shots, Ben. Here's one I took a couple years back, about a week before Thanksgiving. There was a flock of about 40 of them in a local park. This guy happened to stroll over to see what I was doing. I think a commem with a Ben Franklin obverse and Wild Turkey reverse would be great.
     

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