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    What did you find? Two rocks.
    Michigan Yooper
    If You Don’t Stand for Something, You’ll Fall for Anything

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    • #3
      We like to use words around here to explain a post or the reasoning behind a post Freddy. Your leaving it to us to guess at what you mean, and right now I'm guessing your trying to throw shade at us over the closed threads... Bad move!
      Josh (Ky/Tn collector)

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        • 2ndoldman
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          The avatar you put in place is awesome Matt.

        • JoshinMO
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          They don't make Movies like That anymore.

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        Sorry, was asked what proof I had the natives had a flat surface to play on so I found one. I don’t want to start a big argument, just prove my point. Some will think it’s cool, some won’t.

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          • Tam
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            Oh gosh

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          Did your round rock perform well on your hypothetical flat surface? ... Your logic is flawed and the only thing you've proven is how incapable you are of accepting advice from experienced artifact collectors who volunteer there own free time helping people who WANT TO LEARN about artifacts. You can count me as one of those "who won't" "think it's cool".
          Josh (Ky/Tn collector)

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          • #8
            Your right ! The earth has flat areas .. very good ! Got it ..

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            • #9
              Ay caramba!

              Last edited by CMD; 07-11-2018, 04:00 PM.

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              • Broken Arrow
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                I love the suggested videos that pop up after the video is over..really fitting

            • #10
              😂🤣😂 that’s hilarious. And ya know now that I’ve seen that I’m totally totally convinced that the round rock with “the right markings you wanna see” that spins and hops up and you’ll never find another one like it in nature, with 3/4 cortex that makes it cooler, is indeed, a 100 percent authentic, worthless stone.
              call me Jay, i live in R.I.

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              • #11
                Maybe It was for Comedy? At least It gave You all Something to laugh at.
                http://joshinmo.weebly.com

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                • Hoss
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                  Josh I never laugh when I have to ban someone.

                • JoshinMO
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                  Right after I posted that I thought Someone might not like that, but I seen The Character's and such. Sorry for The misunderstanding Matt.

              • #12
                OK, he wanted to demonstrate that natives did have flat surfaces upon which to balance rocks. Maybe such surfaces could be used to spin round rocks, though he did not mention that usage. He admitted that balancing a rock as in this demonstration might not have been how it was used by natives, but the lower rock is an artifact, he claimed, it has a flat surface, and so what the video demonstrates was possible. He found a flat surface is the bottom line claim. I guess because people told him natives would not have had tabletops. He is considering taking everything to the Robbins Museum of the MAS, and, he stated "if they laugh, they laugh."

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                • #13
                  I’d like to be a fly on the wall that day,lol. His bottom “artifact” looks like a regular water worn rock that broke in half and was waterworn again taking off the sharp angles of the break is all. I think he’d be better off starting by just looking for quartz flakes....
                  call me Jay, i live in R.I.

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                  • #14
                    Freddy, you're really rather tiresome.
                    Child of the tides

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                    • #15
                      I guess he rose to the challenge. He didn't present his post in the right way though. Gotta hand it to him for trying...thennnnn gotta take it away from him for not realizing it was a rhetorical challenge.
                      Stagger Lee/ SE Missouri

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