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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Postby auag » Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:09 am

Wow , a genius and modest too.
BUT WE STILL HAVE NO PROOF FROM YOU ON ANYTHING YOU STATE.
all we have is a video of a drunk singing "tie my pecker to a tree"

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Postby babymick1 » Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:30 am

You can shread light,produce heat,without friction two ways!

Conversation or a LAZER!

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Postby babymick1 » Wed Jan 11, 2017 10:08 am

auag wrote:Wow , a genius and modest too.
BUT WE STILL HAVE NO PROOF FROM YOU ON ANYTHING YOU STATE.
all we have is a video of a drunk singing "tie my pecker to a tree"


This is True,

But what you failed to notice, Old

Is the ES 330 TD 1969 Gibson Guitar I'm playing,
A silly guy wrote a song on that Guitar. Imagine
Now tell me what it's worth. JL

And I got over Six Thousand hits on that Song. On you tube not bad for a self admitting drunk. Huh

Thanks for Watching

Babymick1. If you value that guitar under a million your not a Treasure Hunter!

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Postby Old » Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:13 am

Ryan you are being very gracious.

Somehiker was specific. Although I believe he is mistaken in his remembrance.

Truth is, as we know it,………. with one exception of one family member, who spent less than 2 hours at Peralta Trailhead while passing through on a business trip,… no part of the family has spent time in the area since roughly 1965. And; we all know just how far that amount of time will get you along PTH. No way any thoughtful reviewer would consider THAT a treasure hunt. I have never seen or heard any evidence to support an assertion of a continued search, or furtherance of Travis' efforts, in the Superstitions, active or passive, after the 1965ish time frame until these recent developments. Isolated conversations of family remembrances of times past, told and retold around dining room tables? Sure. Active or even passive continuances of those activities in Arizona? No way.

Its not so much the he said, she said stuff that’s at play, although this “twist” does distort what actually happened in a big way. This twist sends folks down the rabbit hole of distortion and untruth in the same way that’s been happening since Travis died. This story, the real story, is a story about forgotten documents that have been re-discovered that shed light on an age old mystery. These documents provide the cleansing light that makes so much of the story come into focus.

What is troubling is the assertion that you (and all of us) are purposely putting the facts of the story through some sort of contortion exercise to support a desired direction. I can understand mistakes in interpretation. That happens. But questioning integrity of the process? That's a different thing. I want to assure everyone......That is NOT the case, and has never been the case. The facts lead the story. Period. The facts support the theory. Theory can be debated, the facts stand on their own, wherever they lead.

I like your comments that "its a work in progress" and some original assumptions have proven inaccurate. That's true, as it should be. But; not in this fact pattern. Nothing, to my knowledge, has changed about this part of the story.

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Postby Old » Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:20 am

Mick,

What ARE you talking about????

I have not been to your site and I do not post under multiple names. Look elsewhere for your opponent.

I congratulate you on such a fine guitar. Also its price range would be closer to 4500 to 7000. Unless you have documentation it was once in the hands of John Lennon.

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Postby auag » Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:57 am

babymick1 wrote:
auag wrote:Wow , a genius and modest too.
BUT WE STILL HAVE NO PROOF FROM YOU ON ANYTHING YOU STATE.
all we have is a video of a drunk singing "tie my pecker to a tree"


This is True,

But what you failed to notice, Old

Is the ES 330 TD 1969 Gibson Guitar I'm playing,
A silly guy wrote a song on that Guitar. Imagine
Now tell me what it's worth. JL

And I got over Six Thousand hits on that Song. On you tube not bad for a self admitting drunk. Huh

Thanks for Watching

Babymick1. If you value that guitar under a million your not a Treasure Hunter!




here is our genius:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aQyapA9GjE

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Postby babymick1 » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:19 pm

Old wrote:Mick,

What ARE you talking about????

I have not been to your site and I do not post under multiple names. Look elsewhere for your opponent.

I congratulate you on such a fine guitar. Also its price range would be closer to 4500 to 7000. Unless you have documentation it was once in the hands of John Lennon.


Old, that wasn't connected to you.

Just telling Auggy it's getting old, I give him a different name each time I post because he's not that important to remember his name.

And for the guitar, I gave it to my brother cause he loved the Bettle's growing up, a little before my time.

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Postby auag » Wed Jan 11, 2017 3:21 pm

babymick1 wrote:
Old wrote:Mick,

What ARE you talking about????

I have not been to your site and I do not post under multiple names. Look elsewhere for your opponent.

I congratulate you on such a fine guitar. Also its price range would be closer to 4500 to 7000. Unless you have documentation it was once in the hands of John Lennon.


Old, that wasn't connected to you.

Just telling Auggy it's getting old, I give him a different name each time I post because he's not that important to remember his name.

And for the guitar, I gave it to my brother cause he loved the Bettle's growing up, a little before my time.

Babymick1

You offered to show proof and never produced any. you could settle this right now by posting the pics you said you have

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Postby Carrol » Wed Jan 11, 2017 6:22 pm

Hey Ryan,
I appreciate all the trouble your going thru!!
If I can be of any help, email me.
I can't wait to see the show!!!
It looks like the other museum will have my dad's info on their wall of miners!
If all goes well I may be putting some artifacts in there.
Carrol

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Postby RMG1976 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 5:01 am

Somehiker- Thank you for your apology post on Tnet in regard to the family. It's appreciated and noble of you to do such a thing. Now if more could follow in your footsteps.

-RG


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