Discussion in 'Silver' started by adze67, Feb 21, 2021.
I know this is a silver stackers bulletin board but this exchange has been pure comedy gold.
Well worth the admittance fee should be more of it, would normally get moderated into oblivion on other boards.
Glad you liked it @ppiper,
Gee, you must be pretty smart to know that this is a silver stackers bulletin board.
I think if the forum was not called silverstackers, most visitors and guests would have have trouble knowing what the main objective of
this forum is as a lot of gasbags on here like to talk about anything else but silver.
Most of the anti-precious metal shmuck crowd are on my ignore list, if you wish to take mad's place to continue the exchange let me know.
I'm still here - no need for subs.
Flattered to know I'm in your "too hard basket".
So, 419 people viewed this thread and yet only 17 bothered to vote, that just about sums this forum up perfectly.
Most like to come on here to get something out of the forum yet very few make an effort to contribute something themselves.
Oh well, at least 70% agree that silver is undervalued, so I guess that's better than nothing.
maybe should change the name to anythingbutsilverstacker.com.
No shyte Capt Obvious.
What answer did you expect when you asked that question on this forum?
Yes @sgbuyer , that may not be such a bad idea.
Although, I must say that I would rather be stacking precious metals when the fools are ridiculing me for stacking than
when the they are agreeing with me.
You'll have to track down those 402 people then and put them on your "shyte list" - a list that long should be good for a few sessions on your thunder box. Oh and yeh, I have a question, do you put your head or your arse in it when you take a dump?
Lol, wonder who voted for the "barbarous relic"?
I confess, that was me. Always enjoy a giggle and someone had to show that option some love.
China announces MASSIVE oil & gas discovery in Bohai Sea
but would not last for long
I stand corrected alor, the Chinese do need oil for machine lubrication when producing counterfeit coins.
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