RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Stujo » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 03:05:19



It is time for me to run a contest for winning the Slab Matching
Contest a while back.


Estate, RCC Dead Horse mousepad / decorative wall***.

AFAIK, unless someone stole my graphic and made counterfeits, it is
unique and one of a kind. :-)

It can be seen here:

http://www.FoundCollection.com/

It is a mousepad but, if you don't have a mouse (or a computer), you
can always use it as a decorative wall***. :-) I will also go
through my junk bin and see if I can find a couple of coins to throw
in with it.

To enter, you have to reply to this post stating the one thing you
most like about this newsgroup and, so I am not being too positive,
the one thing you least like about this newsgroup.

The contest will end Sunday April 13th, 2003 at 1900 US central time
unless interrupted by circumstances beyond my control. In that case,
it will end when I get back. All entrant's names will be put on
pieces of paper, cut up, placed in a hat, and a random winner will be
drawn by my children just like in my other contests.

I will ship to any country where it is legal to do so and doesn't
cost triple digits to get it there so almost everyone should be
eligible to enter. :-)

Good Luck!

--
Stu Miller
My coins may not be pretty but they have great personalities...

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Jim Purcel » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 04:04:27



Quote:
> It is time for me to run a contest for winning the Slab Matching
> Contest a while back.


> Estate, RCC Dead Horse mousepad / decorative wall***.

> AFAIK, unless someone stole my graphic and made counterfeits, it is
> unique and one of a kind. :-)

> It can be seen here:

> http://www.FoundCollection.com/

> It is a mousepad but, if you don't have a mouse (or a computer), you
> can always use it as a decorative wall***. :-) I will also go
> through my junk bin and see if I can find a couple of coins to throw
> in with it.

> To enter, you have to reply to this post stating the one thing you
> most like about this newsgroup and, so I am not being too positive,
> the one thing you least like about this newsgroup.

> The contest will end Sunday April 13th, 2003 at 1900 US central time
> unless interrupted by circumstances beyond my control. In that case,
> it will end when I get back. All entrant's names will be put on
> pieces of paper, cut up, placed in a hat, and a random winner will be
> drawn by my children just like in my other contests.

> I will ship to any country where it is legal to do so and doesn't
> cost triple digits to get it there so almost everyone should be
> eligible to enter. :-)

> Good Luck!

> --
> Stu Miller
> My coins may not be pretty but they have great personalities...

My answers may be common, but they are also true.  The thing I like most
about this newsgroup is the unstinting helpand information that almost all
are willling to give on any topic.
On the other hand, the people bashing does get real old.  No one's opinion
of Frank P, Reid, or Phil DeMayo,etc. is going to ever be changed by any of
posts (unless it is in negative way as in "A plague on all of your houses")
so why carry them on.
JimP

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Dogg » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 04:08:24



Quote:
> It is time for me to run a contest for winning the Slab Matching
> Contest a while back.


> Estate, RCC Dead Horse mousepad / decorative wall***.

> AFAIK, unless someone stole my graphic and made counterfeits, it is
> unique and one of a kind. :-)

> It can be seen here:

> http://www.FoundCollection.com/

> It is a mousepad but, if you don't have a mouse (or a computer), you
> can always use it as a decorative wall***. :-) I will also go
> through my junk bin and see if I can find a couple of coins to throw
> in with it.

> To enter, you have to reply to this post stating the one thing you
> most like about this newsgroup and, so I am not being too positive,
> the one thing you least like about this newsgroup.

> The contest will end Sunday April 13th, 2003 at 1900 US central time
> unless interrupted by circumstances beyond my control. In that case,
> it will end when I get back. All entrant's names will be put on
> pieces of paper, cut up, placed in a hat, and a random winner will be
> drawn by my children just like in my other contests.

> I will ship to any country where it is legal to do so and doesn't
> cost triple digits to get it there so almost everyone should be
> eligible to enter. :-)

> Good Luck!

> --
> Stu Miller
> My coins may not be pretty but they have great personalities...

The one thing I like the most is..... Alan's signatures, I read his posts
just for them ;-)

The one thing I least like about this group is.....?

Ed
'Can never think up a snappy sig'

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Alan & Erin William » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 04:11:50


Quote:

(snip)

> To enter, you have to reply to this post stating the one thing you
> most like about this newsgroup and, so I am not being too positive,
> the one thing you least like about this newsgroup.

The thing I like most about this newsgroup is the willingness of
established numismatic experts like Tom Delorey and Alan Herbert, the
willingness of experienced collectors like James McCown, Bruce Hickmott,
Harv Laser and dozens more, the willingness of dealers like Ira, Dondi
and Bigg Fredd, to share their knowledge,history and advice so freely
and cheerfully.

The thing I like least about this newsgroup is Reid Goldsborough.

Alan
'consider me entered'

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Bill Krumme » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 04:13:17



Quote:
> It is time for me to run a contest for winning the Slab Matching
> Contest a while back.


> Estate, RCC Dead Horse mousepad / decorative wall***.

> AFAIK, unless someone stole my graphic and made counterfeits, it is
> unique and one of a kind. :-)

> It can be seen here:

> http://www.FoundCollection.com/

> It is a mousepad but, if you don't have a mouse (or a computer), you
> can always use it as a decorative wall***. :-) I will also go
> through my junk bin and see if I can find a couple of coins to throw
> in with it.

> To enter, you have to reply to this post stating the one thing you
> most like about this newsgroup

Most liked -I learn.

and, so I am not being too positive,

Quote:
> the one thing you least like about this newsgroup.

Least liked- flaming.  I like hearing both sides of a disagreement, but drop
the thread when things turn personal.

 Bill

- Show quoted text -

Quote:

> Good Luck!

> --
> Stu Miller
> My coins may not be pretty but they have great personalities...

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Bria » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 04:17:20


Quote:
>To enter, you have to reply to this post stating the one thing you
>most like about this newsgroup

More knowledge here than anywhere else.

and, so I am not being too positive,

Quote:
>the one thing you least like about this newsgroup.

Flame wars

--

Brian Blackwell
SPMC 9522      ANA  LM2644  
My Obsolete Banknotes Page
http://home.att.net/~brianblackwell/obsolete.htm

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Art O'Connel » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 04:27:54


Stu,

The information sharing, especially the humorous stuff is what I like the
most about this group. Many of the "members" have outstanding
senses-of-humor. I really laughed at the April Fools stuff and many other
items.

I've eliminated a number of posters and subjects automatically so I'm not
too disturbed by the people bashing, but at first it almost caused me to
stop coming here.

I also really enjoy the contests. Especially the one that I won. OK, so I'm
riddled with guilt because I haven't done my contest yet. I'm still thinking
and looking for a prize. So there! :-)

Art


Quote:
> It is time for me to run a contest for winning the Slab Matching
> Contest a while back.


> Estate, RCC Dead Horse mousepad / decorative wall***.

> AFAIK, unless someone stole my graphic and made counterfeits, it is
> unique and one of a kind. :-)

> It can be seen here:

> http://www.FoundCollection.com/

> It is a mousepad but, if you don't have a mouse (or a computer), you
> can always use it as a decorative wall***. :-) I will also go
> through my junk bin and see if I can find a couple of coins to throw
> in with it.

> To enter, you have to reply to this post stating the one thing you
> most like about this newsgroup and, so I am not being too positive,
> the one thing you least like about this newsgroup.

> The contest will end Sunday April 13th, 2003 at 1900 US central time
> unless interrupted by circumstances beyond my control. In that case,
> it will end when I get back. All entrant's names will be put on
> pieces of paper, cut up, placed in a hat, and a random winner will be
> drawn by my children just like in my other contests.

> I will ship to any country where it is legal to do so and doesn't
> cost triple digits to get it there so almost everyone should be
> eligible to enter. :-)

> Good Luck!

> --
> Stu Miller
> My coins may not be pretty but they have great personalities...

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Ed Hendrick » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 04:34:53


Quote:

> To enter, you have to reply to this post stating the one thing you
> most like about this newsgroup and, so I am not being too positive,
> the one thing you least like about this newsgroup.

Like most --- The generosity of people like you who contribute their time,
energy and money to benefit the ng.  That, of course, results in rcc coins,
rcc mint, grading contests, giveaways, sharing of knowledge and great
contests like this one!!!

Like least ---  Personal attacks, political rantings, name calling and
certain assorted horse beatings.  :-)

--
Ed Hendricks
ANA# R178621
eBay:  edh.

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Alan & Erin William » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 06:14:21


Quote:

(snip)

> The one thing I like the most is..... Alan's signatures, I read his posts
> just for them ;-)

Sir! I am flattered and highly complimented. ;-) There is so much good
writing in this ng, like Harv's Show Reports and Robert DeRose and
Richard Hall's concise and informative responses...to be singled out is
quite an honor and I thank you for it.

Alan
'Go ye and do likewise'

Quote:

> The one thing I least like about this group is.....?

> Ed
> 'Can never think up a snappy sig'

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Eric Tiller » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 06:30:13


Quote:

>Like the least: Untruth. This is, lies, both blatant lies -- the
>maddog attack lies, the distortion and withholding of information --
>and subtle lies -- people doing something and pretending (wink, wink)
>that it's something else. You know, and this couldn't be more obvious,
>about the wink, wink.

Pot---->Kettle--->Black
 --
Toned Morgan Dollars for Sale:

http://www.k6az.com/inventory/morgan_sales.htm

A Close look at Accugrade:

http://www.k6az.com/acg.htm

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by mar » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 07:01:52


Quote:

>To enter, you have to reply to this post stating the one thing you
>most like about this newsgroup

the dead horse

Quote:
> and, so I am not being too positive,
>the one thing you least like about this newsgroup.

certain whip weilders

--
mark

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Aram H. Haroutuni » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 07:47:34


What I like most is top posting, when it makes sense.
What I like least is top posting when someone else does it.
Just kidding.
What I like most (really) is how sharp most participants are.
What I like least are the wars, crossposts from hell, and the
inability of some to avoid the pejorative "you."
Aram.
==================
Quote:

>It is time for me to run a contest for winning the Slab Matching
>Contest a while back.


>Estate, RCC Dead Horse mousepad / decorative wall***.

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Stujo » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 08:01:06



spoke thusly...

Quote:
> Pot---->Kettle--->Black

What he posts is what he posts...I am just surprised he entered a
contest. :-)

Stu Miller
My coins may not be pretty but they have great personalities...

 
 
 

RCC Contest: My RCC Dead Horse Contest Giveaway

Post by Stujo » Mon, 07 Apr 2003 08:07:11


So far, I have:

Jim Purcell
Doggo
Alan & Erin Williams
Bill Krummel
Brian Blackwell
Art O'Connell
Ed Hendricks
Reid Goldsborough
mark
Aram H. Haroutunian

entered as contestants.

--
Stu Miller
My coins may not be pretty but they have great personalities...