I’ve never met Don Mituzas in person. He is an online friend, detectorist and someone I respect. I’ve seen his responses to other TH’ers and they’re always polite, informative and helpful. His finds are outstanding and if you have a baffling coin question just ask Don! He’s the numismatic go to.
Lastly and surprisingly Don does not have any YouTube videos to promote, nor does he have an agenda. He’s just a guy who enjoys metal detecting. Can you imagine that! Continue reading →
A cold weather something to ponder. I ponder a lot any more. I ponder whether I should eat a little more pasta and whether or not I should have that sixth glass of wine. Okay just kidding. I never ponder the wine.
Anyway here’s what my aged and fried brain has been working on…. Continue reading →
Those of you who frequent my blog should know the name Joe Patrick by now. He’s an old friend and also from the era of no frills, no BS detecting. If after reading this Q&A you have questions, technical or otherwise, ask away in the comments section and Joe will respond. Continue reading →
This past year had its ups and downs and I think I want to see it gone. I say that though with some trepidation because all things considered I’m alive and kicking and that’s something to celebrate. Really!
Stout Standards has had its ups and downs in 2017 and as in the past I’ve had those moments when I just wanted to chuck it all. I continued getting the “if you don’t like it don’t….” emails, making me realize just how easy it is to be anything you want to be in cyberspace. You can even be a British archaeologist living in Poland and pretend to know everything there is to know about detecting when in fact you are just a narcissistic asshole. I mean there’s no limit…. Continue reading →