This particular post has nothing at all to do with metal detecting….sorry.
HAD MY HOPES UP…
All quiet here on the home front…was hoping for a more positive response to my last post but so far nothing but sarcasm. You can always tell who you real friends are when you are down and out and looking for a little monetary support. What a bunch of parsimonious
bastards friends. Continue reading
This post from John Howland is his 200th for Stout Standards, and I thank him…I think? It’s hard to believe that I’ve been able to put up with him that long, and not been invoiced on top of it. I have no doubt that he’s keeping a chit sheet….
Received an email from a Texas A & M archaeologist named W.D. Willborn, inviting me to have dinner with him Thursday, at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek (one of the finest restaurants here in Dallas). Apparently he has been following my blog, and wants to talk about a way we might join forces and start working together. Continue reading
I am a big fan of Allyson Cohen, and her “Detecting Diva” blog. She’s an extremely knowledgeable detectorist, as well as the Vice president and treasurer for the Task Force for Metal Detecting Rights. Allyson’s latest blog post of March 25th, caught my attention, and I hope you all will take the time to read it, especially the PDF attachment from the Society for American Archaeology. The topic? Metal detecting reality shows, and in particular “Diggers”. Continue reading