Ok, now that I’ve got your attention… silver has not passed $2000 an ounce yet, but in the mean time I think it would be great if we could donate towards “Docs Life Support.” Let’s all help to keep the ship afloat and to get more passengers onboard. I’ve donated $20 and I dare you to beat it. Come on friends, let’s get this party started!!!
P.S. If you cannot afford to donate directly, then be sure to allow your fingers to do the donating to the right.
Thanks SB Let me clean my skivvies before I launch a donation to Doc. Be careful of your posts. Some of us ‘old guys’ might have to jump start our pace makers when we read headlines like that. I almost ordered that G4 jet before I realized it was a joke.
The funny thing is this could happen. What makes platinum worth $1,500 an ounce? Sure, it’s scarce but not that scarce. I think that we long suffering silver stackers will see the day when silver hits well into the triple digits.
Great stuff 427 Thanks for donating and for clicking to the right. Great song. lol
“P.S. If you cannot afford to donate directly, then be sure to allow your fingers to do the donating to the right” – Yes, it does bring in some money, we must just be careful not to be too specific here, because they are very strict when it comes to artificial clicks. They will close the GA account just like that if they smell there was some form of encouragement. Yeah, to the right…
Yep AGXIIK, it could happen. Ya never know. Be nice to have the chance to
help kids and animal shelters and other fun stuff….. be a kick to hand some
cotton candy to a lil guy and his sister at the county fair—’just cuz’ ya
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