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Yesterday I received part of my Baseball Hall of Fame proof coins from the U.S. Mint.  These were not the silver or gold, but only the clad composition. In case you don't know, let me explain what "proof" coins are. ...
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I have not watched all of this yet, but.. Wow!

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She walks on stage and takes the audience by surprise.
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This is an unusual coin in many respects.   It was the first commemorative coin issued by the U.S.  Mint since 1954 and it was the first 90% silver coin since 1964.  It's one of only three silver half dollars made after ...
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Ah, cherry picking.  Sometimes Ebay sellers just don't know what they have and a sharp eyed scout can score big. Photo Heritage Auctions, used by permission For example, a few months back a coin like the one in the picture...
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Oh my.

This is from an Internet friend I have known for several years.

He told me he is building a house to live in and sent these pictures..

I was so shocked that I had to ask him if he was kidding me.  I told him it looked like a storage shed.  I was really worried about him!

He just replied:

That is a storage shed indeed.

I have dug out the ground for laying foundation.

I feel SO MUCH BETTER!
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Unix/Linux Consultant
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Email servers, routers, Unix/Linux
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    Unix/Linux Consultant, 1983 - present
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Self employed Unix/Linux consultant.

I sell and support Firewalls, Mail Servers, Collaboration Tools and VOIP PBX systems.

I write about Unix, Linux, Blogging (SEO and Adsense etc.), Self Employment and Freelancing and Retirement at my sites.

I am also a coin collector and write about that at my blog.

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Here's your crap: Baseball Hall of Fame Clad Proofs
coins.aplawrence.com

Yesterday I received part of my Baseball Hall of Fame proof coins from the U.S. Mint. These were not the silver or gold, but only the clad c

The little liars
coins.aplawrence.com

What does this eclectic group have in common? They are all liars. Fakes, restrikes, fantasies - none are what they say they are. The first i

A few easy to spot but valuable VAM Morgan Dollar varieties
coins.aplawrence.com

Ah, cherry picking. Sometimes Ebay sellers just don't know what they have and a sharp eyed scout can score big. Photo Heritage Auctions, use

A commemorative half dollar at the price of bullion?
coins.aplawrence.com

This is an unusual coin in many respects. It was the first commemorative coin issued by the U.S. Mint since 1954 and it was the first 90% si

Slab collecting
coins.aplawrence.com

Slabs are the plastic cases that grading companies put authenticated and graded coins into for protection and identification. Samples of the

New 1804 Silver Dollar Book
coins.aplawrence.com

The 1804 Silver dollar has been called "The King of Coins". There are only fifteen known and none were made in 1804, but were struck decades

Large Cents
coins.aplawrence.com

I think it was the large cents that first sparked my interest in collecting coins. Note: Everything is in a safe deposit box. I keep nothing

Irradiated Dimes
coins.aplawrence.com

I stumbled across this while browsing Ebay: Note: Everything is in a safe deposit box. I keep nothing in my home. That's just a little bit w

50th Anniversary Kennedy
coins.aplawrence.com

This year is the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy half dollar and their have been intimations that some special Mint issue might mark that oc

Another High Relief Gold Eagle?
coins.aplawrence.com

At a recent coin week article, Louis Golino suggested this: For the 30th anniversary, as I have suggested several times before, the Mint sho

Zombucks are fun, but are they an investment?
coins.aplawrence.com

I mentioned Zombucks in my previous post. There have been four issued so far, in silver and copper. I'm too cheap to spend money on the silv

Poker day
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It is Poker day for me. About a month ago I joined a weekly Texas Holdem tournament here and have been loving it. We play from 11:00 to 2:30

We had Nick G. in for a furnace problem a few weeks ago and because he was so professional on that, we had him back to remove, reseal and put back a badly installed kitchen sink. The cost was definitely more than than it should have been ($200 for about an hour's work), but on the other hand the job was done professionally, cleanly, and quickly. That's worth paying extra for, at least for me. We had another local plumber in a few weeks ago to put in a shutoff valve on our washing machine: they gouged up our floor moving the machine and would have broken the door of the washer if I hadn't yelled at them that they had it jammed - I do not get the feeling that ARS would ever have let that happen. With other workman we have to watch like hawks, laying out old towels so they don't scratch things with their tools - again, Nick did that automatically. It looks to me that he's always thinking about stuff like that. Little details like wearing pull-on boot covers and spreading out a cloth matter. So - ARS is not the cheapest, but if you want quality and care, I definitely recommend them. With cheap, you get what you pay for.
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