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    Who buys Indian Artifacts ?

    Chief wanna hok a loogy
    Last edited by Ron Burgandy; November 27th, 2012 at 09:19.
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    Not me, baddddd ju-ju.


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    Who buys Indian Artifacts ?

    I'm interested in them for my boys collection. Shoot me a price.
    Shit happens. The ripples just stop and then it's over like nothing was ever there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyMonkey View Post
    I'm interested in them for my boys collection. Shoot me a price.
    Hmmm ..............
    I'll shoot u a txt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pirate View Post
    Not me, baddddd ju-ju.

    Buy its ok to dig em up ............lol
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    Return them to their rightful owners, take 'em to Michigan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by remymartin View Post
    Return them to their rightful owners
    I agree with this, go take it to one of the gas station owners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cityboy172 View Post
    I agree with this, go take it to one of the gas station owners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyMonkey View Post
    I'm interested in them for my boys collection. Shoot me a price.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Burgandy View Post
    Hmmm ..............
    I'll shoot u a txt
    I think you should tell Jason to make you an offer for whatever he thinks is fair, just, and moral. It will be a good judge of his character


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    Ya
    Jason doesn't want to pay for them .....
    His idea of shoot me a price is ....
    Price them so low you basically give them to me ......
    If they were his .....
    They'd be worth market value tho .......
    Since thier not .... Thier worth gas station trinket price ...
    It's funny
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Burgandy View Post
    Ya
    Jason doesn't want to pay for them .....
    His idea of shoot me a price is ....
    Price them so low you basically give them to me ......
    If they were his .....
    They'd be worth market value tho .......
    Since thier not .... Thier worth gas station trinket price ...
    It's funny
    since Im not into stolen artifacts Im not paying market value for them.
    Shit happens. The ripples just stop and then it's over like nothing was ever there.

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    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyMonkey View Post
    since Im not into stolen artifacts Im not paying market value for them.
    Lmao ......
    Actually ....
    I think your exact words were " I don't like my kids that much "
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    And $#@! u for saying they are stolen....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Burgandy View Post
    And $#@! u for say they are stolen....

    Technically...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Burgandy View Post
    Ya
    Jason doesn't want to pay for them .....
    His idea of shoot me a price is ....
    Price them so low you basically give them to me ......
    If they were his .....
    They'd be worth market value tho .......
    Since thier not .... Thier worth gas station trinket price ...
    It's funny

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    I am getting the urge to scalp someone.

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    Who buys Indian Artifacts ?

    Quote Originally Posted by haldir View Post
    I am getting the urge to scalp someone.
    Start with the messicans
    Shit happens. The ripples just stop and then it's over like nothing was ever there.

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    Re: Who buys Indian Artifacts ?

    Quote Originally Posted by IndyMonkey View Post
    Start with the messicans
    Does that include white guys with Mexican last names?
    "I said, 'Get back or I'm going to shoot you,'" Wilson said, according to the documents. "He immediately grabs my gun and says, 'You are too much of a pussy to shoot me."

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    You'll be hard pressed to find many who would buy these from you...you can thank NAGPRA for that {The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act}....it's stupid as $#@! but technically to sell these items you have to provide paper work with this stuff that indicates these where not looted from an indian burial ground..how you're suppose to obtain this paper work is beyond me There are some individuals out there who will trap you into selling these to them..then before you know it you have the law at your door confiscating all your artifacts..once you spend a couple of grand proving you didn't rape a burial ground, you'll get your stuff back. It's stupid as $#@! and also unlikely this would happen to you...but it can happen, And for a thousand dollars I'll tell you how I know. Just a simple heads up. And like I said...it's such a small collection and it contains things that are not uncommon in the least...the hand axes,banner stones or whatever you wanna call em are actually pretty scarce in one piece and the ones you have look to be very nice and likely worth maybe $50 each..if they where grooved or holed they would be worth double that...so its likely no one will $#@! with you...just be warned that technically it is illegal to sell artifacts unless you are a member of a tribal government or can prove via paper work they where obtained legally.
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    I appreciate the heads up ........
    These "relics" were fake & have since been tossed in the Mississippi river to further confuse the next Dumass that thinks he has found something.
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    Boating accident. Works every time.

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    Let me know where you lost them. I have no moral character so I would be fine with trying to find them.

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    Sooo, are you trying to say that walking fresh tilled corn fields is now a complete waste of time? I've got...ummm, I had hundreds of these things gathered over the years from IN corn fields.

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