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Old 11-25-2016, 10:50 AM   #3961
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There have been a lot of attempts tp find it TM,
Maybe we should tell TM of the buried Spanish Treasure down my part of the world
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Old 11-25-2016, 10:56 AM   #3962
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effCup. What do you know
I suspect Corelli made his for-tune without possessing a map of Lasseter's reef.
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Old 11-25-2016, 12:54 PM   #3963
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Actually, digging for gold is a waste of time in the long run. It's easier to just go to the bank and buy some, not that I can afford to do that either. In my youth the price of gold was fixed for many decades at 35 dollars an ounce. Now just one ounce of gold is over 1200 dollars. I like so many millions of people have always had a fascination with gold. That lustrous color, the fact that it never rusts. There is just no other element like it. With the the price of gold so low years ago I could have bought a small gold bar for just a few hundred dollars. Darn.
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I suspect Corelli made his for-tune without possessing a map of Lasseter's reef.
Is this your new obsession "Vintage Idiot"- Arcangelo Corelli. Corelli wouldn't have given a hoot for gold. He was too busy composing the world's greatest music which was played all over Europe in the middle of the 17th century.
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Now just one ounce of gold is over 1200 dollars. I like so many millions of people have always had a fascination with gold. That lustrous color, the fact that it never rusts. There is just no other element like it. With the the price of gold so low years ago I could have bought a small gold bar for just a few hundred dollars. Darn.
Maybe twentyfive years ago when I first started thinking hard about planning for retirement, I started buying gold bullion over about a six year period. I still have several bars as a guard against the collapse of civilisation. Stored in a vault in Melbourne Mint. You are right about it being fascinating. I use to take the kids into look at and handle it when they were little and I have taken a couple of my grandkids.
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BTW I just printed from the intenet an aussie slang dictionary, so I now hope to be able to better understand the slang that so often pervades Australian member posts.
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BTW I just printed from the intenet an aussie slang dictionary, so I now hope to be able to better understand the slang that so often pervades Australian member posts.
The only problem with that TM is that we just make it up as we go along.

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...I could have bought a small gold bar for just a few hundred dollars...
That's a great idea, then you could shout us all drinks in it.

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Maybe twentyfive years ago...I started buying gold bullion
You are the Chinese Central Bank, and I claim my $50
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Now, if there really was any truth to this Lasseter stuff, which I doubt, this would be the best incentive to visit Australia. In 1849 practically everyone in America had gold fever. Vast gold depositis were found in many parts of the western states and everyone was going there hoping to strike it rich. Hundreds of tons of gold was found over a few decades. If you've ever heard or seen western movies made in the U.S. you often hear the term: the 49ers. They are talking about the great gold rush that started in 1849 and went on until every ounce of gold had been extracted from gold veins in mountains, mountain streams and other areas. Most of the gold in Fort Knox came from this gold. Although the gold in Fort Knox is really small compared to the gold stored in the Federal Gold Reserve in New York City. It is equal to almost 500 billion dollars.
There is still gold up there and the high price has made mining profitable again. The easy gold is gone & environmental regulations ended the practice of blasting away mountains with high pressure water jets.
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