Two weeks ago I tried to wake up the three sleeping giants..the FMDAC, TFMDR and WWATS. I caused a little stir within the Task Force and Allyson Cohen, Vice-President, Treasurer and pretty much the glue that holds everything together, responded. Thank you Allyson . As for the FMDAC and WWATS? Nada! Zilch! Nothing! Both groups are apparently missing in action, or inaction to be more precise. So let me see if I can find another way to poke them and get a response. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2014
DON’T YOU JUST LOVE IT!
I found this article the other day and had to share it here. You see all too frequently we are painted with an extremely broad brush as bad guys by those in the ‘holier than thou’ enemy camp, yet when misdeeds like the following happen they are always labeled inaccurate, misconstrued, taken out of context or political in nature. Continue reading →
Had the best day for coins in a long time. Came home Tuesday with five silver quarters! About as good as it gets anymore…at least for this Bubba. I’m not sure about sharing the site for fear it will be overrun with tekkies but I just might a little later on. Continue reading →
I get at least two or three emails a week asking for advice on detectors. They run the gamut from “what should I buy?” to “what detector you recommend for a beginner?”, or “is this detector better than that one?”, “what detector do you use?” “what’s the best detector on the market?” etc., etc., etc.. Anyway I decided to share again a post I put up back in the fall of 2013. You can take from it what you like…. Continue reading →
Joe Patrick’s guest post from Saturday garnered a lot of visits and views and I can’t thank him enough. Hopefully I can persuade him to do a few more.
After watching the Joe Patrick interviews I conned him into writing a guest post for Stout Standards and I know you will enjoy it. First off most tekkies who have been around any length of time know who Joe Patrick is and listen intently when he talks. He knows the ins & outs of treasure hunting and when it comes to metal detector design and performance he’s tops. Continue reading →