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For those that get the ICMJ, Norm aka Klunker wrote a fine article in the most recent issue.

Very funny, of course!

For about 10 cents (American) a day you could be getting these articles

thanks for the laughs, Klunker

fred

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1 hour ago, Sourdough Scott said:

I told him not to quit his day job. We haven't been out detecting since. 

He has been---- lolol

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 Thanks for the kind review Fred. I also i encourage all of the forum members here to subscribe to the I.C.M.J. and for the businesses here to support it with your advertising.

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