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To: lowbridge

Any FRp’rs have $ 100,000.00 in jewelry layin’ around for the takin’ ??? Just askin’


2 posted on 12/07/2012 9:30:26 AM PST by stevecmd
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My last ex wife had about $30K in jewelry. Her birthday, Valentines day, and our anniversary fell within a single week.

There's a jeweler's kid in Richardson, Texas that I put through medical school.

/johnny

4 posted on 12/07/2012 9:38:50 AM PST by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: stevecmd
If you get one nice thing a year, especially if you got it back in the days when gold was much cheaper, then $100,000 (current value) is not that hard to acquire.
7 posted on 12/07/2012 9:47:49 AM PST by Harmless Teddy Bear (Fate plays chess and you don't find out until too late that he's been using two queens all along)
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To: stevecmd
"Any FRp’rs have $ 100,000.00 in jewelry layin’ around for the takin’ ?"

Bet some Freepers have that much tied up in guns.

Just don't leave them layin' around.

9 posted on 12/07/2012 9:51:51 AM PST by billorites (freepo ergo sum)
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To: stevecmd

Old Darrell must be doing pretty good to have $100,000 dollars in Jewelry lying around.


18 posted on 12/07/2012 10:23:24 AM PST by Venturer
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Sixty gold one-ounce coins such as Krugerrands would equal $100,000. They would form a stack you could hide inside a paper towel tube. That’s just the gold melt value. Jewelry would be worth even more, hence, would be even more compact.


27 posted on 12/07/2012 12:56:49 PM PST by Travis McGee (www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com)
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