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  • Rocks from Massachusetts thought to be something they are not

    Anyone ever found a GOD?
    This is Mashop the Giant. Authenticated by the MA archaeological society. According to legend, he created the islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard.
    How many time can I enter this contest?

  • SurfaceHunter
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    Sometimes it’s necessary to ban a person so he or she can have time to study and read as to why their rocks are just rocks. You have to learn how to be a geologist which helps a great deal in knowing the types of rocks that could of been used to be an artifact in your area.

  • BabaORiley
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    Yeah the Nixon comment made me laugh also Chuck..."I'm not a rock!!!"...

  • redrocks
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    That made me laugh Baba...good one

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  • Scorpion68
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    I started reading these posts saying to myself - Hum, never heard of that one and after about the third post I was laughing. Seriously - does anyone know where this guy came from. LL's post about Nixon was hilarious. Oh Well - moving right along.

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  • BabaORiley
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    My people must be allowed to speak... Click image for larger version

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  • gregszybala
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    Haha! Thank you Hoss! That was quick!

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  • gregszybala
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    LL, Haha!

  • BabaORiley
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    In through the out door...a great Zeppelin album...

  • CMD
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    I'm familiar with Mashop, but I'm not aware of any renderings in stone or drawing/glyph by natives in southeastern New England. Which would have made it questionable that the MAS would have had any basis to "authenticate" the natural pebble. If it was authenticated by the MAS people at the Robbins Museum, it might have been to humor the owner, though I don't believe they are in the habit of supporting rocks mistaken for artifacts.

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  • sneakygroundbuzzard
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    WOW!!! thats one heck of a rock collection and imagination

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  • Broken Arrow
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    I understand Matt. I wasn't criticizing you. I can see how this person may have been a time consuming member. And yeah, definitely came in through the out door.

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  • Hoss
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    It pains me to ban anyone from our site but some folks just walk in the out door and get caught in a crosswind and end out outside looking in.

  • Broken Arrow
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    That was quick. Was that a record for the shortest membership?
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