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Bering Sea Gold Coming Soon

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The TV just said Bering Sea Gold coming in September 17th if I heard correct on the date . I look to see what day that landed on and shows Tuesday. That can’t be correct because it’s always on Friday.

 Get back later when are If I hear it again.

 Chuck 

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Mn90503

 Thanks for posting info .

 I just wish they could just concentrate on what they doing and keep their nose out of someone’s else’s butt. At the same time stop their bitching . Hell if I wanted to hear that I just have to turn the TV off .

 I just want to know how much gold they getting and how they going about it.

 Years back I was there and I wrote a article for GPAA . I made a note saying on how a nugget could hide behind a grain of sand . I been back to Alaska but not to that far north.

 Chuck 

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14 minutes ago, Ridge Runner said:

I just wish they could just concentrate on what they doing and keep their nose out of someone’s else’s butt. At the same time stop their bitching . Hell if I wanted to hear that I just have to turn the TV off .

I watched a couple seasons of Bering Sea Gold and couldn't take it anymore.  I watched a lot more seasons of Gold Rush but eventually stopped doing that for the same reasons.  The world has too many a__holes as it is and glorifying them on TV is worse than disgusting.

Clearly the TV producers/etc. feel that conflict gets more viewers than informative, civil activities.  A sad state if that's truly the case.  Fortunately there still are treasure shows where the protagonists treat fellow humans with respect.

 

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The direction of the show (and the drama) has its roots in the producer,  thats the biz and no getting around it.  Still this  "little guy" marine placer mining I find very interesting and dynamic.

I'm out on Gold Rush though, just can't handle seeing one more rock truck or that punk running his mouth anymore.

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