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and there’s many more. But don’t listen to me....
 
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You guys don't know what your missing, I had an appetizer when I was in Mexico at a high end restaurant.....turns out if was ant larvae among other things, it was tasty 🤣
 
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and there’s many more. But don’t listen to me....
Silver you say, do you have it delivered to your home , if not aren't you just trading papers. I would want the silver in my possession? One of your post's peaked my interest about currency , I researched a little and found out the Chinese were the first to come out with currency because iron ore was very cumbersome to transport, so they started mineral banks and issued currency for what you had in the mineral storage. Very interesting reading.
 
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Samsquinch the Terrible Magic Bean Manipulator
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Years ago I had an aunt that ate caramel covered ants. I don't have any idea where she got them at. The caramel was tasty ;)
My buddy tells me it’s becoming a fad in guess where? California.
 
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100Acre

Samsquinch the Terrible Magic Bean Manipulator
Lifetime Member
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Apr 25, 2017
11,157
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Appalchia
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500,
1000-5
Silver you say, do you have it delivered to your home , if not aren't you just trading papers. I would want the silver in my possession? One of your post's peaked my interest about currency , I researched a little and found out the Chinese were the first to come out with currency because iron ore was very cumbersome to transport, so they started mineral banks and issued currency for what you had in the mineral storage. Very interesting reading.
Wrong thread. But, Always own and possess physical metals. Do not trade in paper. Otherwise known as ETF’s Ethereally Transferred Funds. Do not keep them in a safety deposit box either. At home in the Safe or buried under spot...Buy junk silver- old American Coins minted before 1964 coins are 90% silver, except nickels, unless dated 1942-1945 which are 35-40% silver.
 
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