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    I'm going with forceps or a scalpel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    Looks like a pair of tweezers
    Yes but that ant what it is... an the missin part (the tool) attaches to the ponty part of the handle (shown)... an people who use this tool are very well paid.!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane_Mathematician View Post
    I'm going with forceps or a scalpel

    We have a WINER.!!!

    Yes scalpel... below is the blade atached... this was givin to me about 30 years ago.!!!

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    Guess how much i got when i cashed in this bag of coins at the bank... ther are no pennys... the bag contains nickles dimes an quarters.!!!

    I wont give the answr until after i get som guesses.!!!
    You can change you guess along the way... ie... you'r las guess befor the deadline (not determined yet) will be the guess that counts.!!!

    The one who guesses the closest will receive the value of the bag of coins... NOT.!!! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane_Mathematician View Post
    At least US $50
    oK... heres anuther clue:::

    As close as i coud measure wit my (spring mechanism) scales... the bag of coins weighs 12 pounds 11 oz.!!!
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    its still not enough information to give an educated guess, as the percentages of dimes vs nickels vs quarters will change the total dollar amount while not changing the weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    its still not enough information to give an educated guess, as the percentages of dimes vs nickels vs quarters will change the total dollar amount while not changing the weight.
    Well... knowin the weight allows you to figure the high an low range that the value of the bag of coins coud be... so that alone gets you in the ball park.!!!

    An to close in on the total value... the close up photo of the coins is lookin down into the bag... an that observation allows for an educated guess as to the ratio of nickles dimes an quarters.!!!
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    $22.55 Is my guess.

    Revised to $175
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    $201.50 ? thats my guess
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    I did som figurin... an below is enuff Info. to deduct a very good guess of the total value of the bag of coins.!!!

    Bag of coins weighs 12.76 pounds

    Nickles = $30.25

    Dimes = ???

    Quarters = ???
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    $137.50 is another guess.
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    Update:::

    One persons guess is less than $20.00 off.!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkinWalker View Post
    clueless, I gave you a warning the first day you signed on to this forum. Now that members are complaining, I'm going to enforce that warning. Drop the ignorant bumpkin persona or leave. If you will not do either, I will terminate your account.
    Clueless, any comment on the above post and also on a thread, about yourself, dated July 20th 2010 in the Philosophy sub forum.
    It is clear a number of TSF members thought you were presenting a false persona to the forum. I tended to agree with this view altho' I was not absolutely certain.
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    One hundred and fifty-one Dollars and seventy-five cents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halliday View Post
    Clueless, any comment on the above post...
    Yes... Skinwalker wanted me to imp;rove on my postin style or leave so i left... an then som days ago an administrater e-maled me a frindship request... they said they liked my posts an invited me back so i cam back.!!!

    I do find it difficult to work out your objections to the use of a spell checker. Surely such a device must be of some help!
    Of course i can use a spellchecker... but then i need to use a dictionary to deside which suggested word to use... an then i have to ccp the word or i will get the order of the letters rong an misspell it anyway... lol... an it alredy takes forever to type a post wit 3 fangers an a thumb... so if i had to go to the trouble of usin a spell checker it woud take the fun out of postin... so i only post in groops whare im welcom.!!!

    Alll tho i have never used the "ignore" button (it is avalable to all people here)... in any groop i post in thers always som peoples posts that i skip... but if those options are not good enuff for people here an an administrater asks me to leave i will do so wit no hard feelins.!!!

    In the meantime... do you have a guess as to the value of the bag of coins i cashed in at the bank.???

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    The corect answr still hasnt been guessed :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by cluelusshusbund View Post
    I did som figurin... an below is enuff Info. to deduct a very good guess of the total value of the bag of coins.!!!

    Bag of coins weighs 12.76 pounds

    Nickles = $30.25

    Dimes = ???

    Quarters = ???
    approximately $152.05 is the amount. The weight to value ratio of dimes is equal to quarters, fun fact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
    One hundred and fifty-one Dollars and seventy-five cents.
    oK... its time to end this game.!!!

    The actual cash value of the coins was $151.05... but wit the variables involved... arrivin at the exact figure i got isnt posible... Soooo....

    We have a WINER.!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cluelusshusbund View Post
    I did som figurin... an below is enuff Info. to deduct a very good guess of the total value of the bag of coins.!!!

    Bag of coins weighs 12.76 pounds

    Nickles = $30.25

    Dimes = ???

    Quarters = ???
    approximately $152.05 is the amount. The weight to value ratio of dimes is equal to quarters, fun fact.
    Yes... you an KALSTER figured it out... an yes that is a fun fact... cause at firs glance the prollem seems unsolvable unless the value or weight is also givin for the dimes or the quarters... but sinse they both equal $20 per pound the total value of the bag of coins can be figured.!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cluelusshusbund View Post
    oK... its time to end this game.!!!
    Wait, does this mean there won't be anymore guessing games? Because this is fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane_Mathematician View Post
    Wait, does this mean there won't be anymore guessing games? Because this is fun!
    Oh, absolutely!
    Clueluss, don't let anyone upset you simply because you have difficulties with spelling.
    My own writing style has often been attacked and one moron even told me I didn't possess anything remotely close to a "style" in either prose or fashion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corporal William Cremola View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane_Mathematician View Post
    Wait, does this mean there won't be anymore guessing games? Because this is fun!
    Oh, absolutely!
    Clueluss, don't let anyone upset you simply because you have difficulties with spelling.
    Thanks... yes it is a fun game... but i jus ment it was time to end the "coin" guess game.!!!

    However... i do foller forum rules... an if managment dont thank i fit in good enuff i have no prollem wit leavin... an life is to short for such a small thang to upset me.!!!

    I will prolly post anuther photo to guess today... or mayb sombody else will post a photo of somptin to guess... eh :-)
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    Clueless is a breath of fresh air. His avatar suggests he's a conjoined twin with serious dental issues and poor eyesight. For all I know he could be the brother(s) of my avatar. I have no prollem with his internet persona. Write it like it sounds, hukt on fonicks werked fer me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    For all I know he could be the brother(s) of my avatar.
    Well at leas cousins if ya go back far enuff :-)

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    plant? Poales range maybe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    plant? Poales range maybe?
    Nope... the bristles you see are animal.!!!
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    porcupine would be my next guess then
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    porcupine..?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    porcupine would be my next guess then
    Its a tool... an this one has badger bristles... but what is the "tool".???
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    shaving lather brush?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    shaving lather brush?
    Yep... we have a WINER.!!!
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    Last edited by cluelusshusbund; August 14th, 2011 at 11:41 AM.
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    An crescent wrench, close-up of the adjustment screw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    An crescent wrench, close-up of the adjustment screw
    Ha... i didnt espect that to be guessed so quick.!!!

    We have a WINER.!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cluelusshusbund View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    An crescent wrench, close-up of the adjustment screw
    Ha... i didnt espect that to be guessed so quick.!!!

    We have a WINNER.!!!
    Sorry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    We have a WINNER.!!!

    Sorry!
    Old habits dye hard :-)

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    Known in South Africa as a shifting spanner.
    An som people call 'em knuckle busters.!!!

    oK... no mor easy stuff... Guess the retail value of the coin below... an you have to guess wit-in $500 to win.!!!

    This coin was givin to me 35 years ago.!!!

    http://ptim.heliohost.org/GuessGameH.../GoldCoin.jpeg

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    You seriously own that?

    Well, the approximate value for a good condition 1371 50 franc Moroccan coin is 26,000-27,000 US dollars, and the list value is

    $26879.37 (18 831 Euros)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane_Mathematician View Post
    You seriously own that?

    Well, the approximate value for a good condition 1371 50 franc Moroccan coin is 26,000-27,000 US dollars, and the list value is

    $26879.37 (18 831 Euros)
    O yes i own it... an anuther fun fact:::

    I refer to it as my "gold coin" even tho its composed of aluminum an bronze.!!!
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    It's a damn fine coin you have there, I'd kill for one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane_Mathematician View Post
    It's a damn fine coin you have there, I'd kill for one.
    Hell... if it wasnt for sentimental value (a gift) id give it to you :-)

    btw---You'r guess is not wit-in $500 of what i thank its worth... but if you give a link to a website which suports the guess you made... i may consider you to have won this guess game.!!!
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    How much is the coin maroc 1371 50 francs worth

    that's a quick look up of the list value for an authentic 1371 50 franc morac coin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane_Mathematician View Post
    How much is the coin maroc 1371 50 francs worth

    that's a quick look up of the list value for an authentic 1371 50 franc morac coin.
    That website knocks me off line (i use a set top box-not a computer)... but i asume it backs up you'r guess of "26,000-27,000 US dollars"... an it is a dam fine coin but you woudnt necessarly have to kill to get one... make me an offer you woud happily pay an i mite sell it to you
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    oK... the coin guess game was to hard (no mor hard ones)... however... i predict that whoever guesses first on this guess game has a 50/50 chance of bein rong.!!!

    Guess what this is.!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    Apple peel?
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    Good eye... i figered sombody mite guess potato peel.!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunbury View Post
    Low or medium fin copper heat exchanger tube?
    No... but you got the "copper" part right.!!!
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    a clear tube with a stack of pennies in it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    a clear tube with a stack of pennies in it
    We have a WINER.!!!

    No glass tube used... the pennys was jus layin at an angle when i took the pitcher.!!!

    Below is a tool that was givin to me about 49 years ago.!!!

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    tobacco pipe cleaner?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
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    Knife sharpener.
    None of those thangs... below is an end view... the tool has an adjustment (twist the barrel) which changes the position an locks in place the center part shown in the end view... an then the tool is readyi for use... the tool is not ready for use as shown in the "end view".!!!

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    Broken knife sharpener.

    Lock pick.

    Something to do with chains.

    Improvised weapon.
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    A multi screwdriver, phillips and flat.
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    http://ptim.heliohost.org/GuessGameH...ineCenter.jpeg

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    Broken knife sharpener.

    Lock pick.

    Something to do with chains.

    Improvised weapon.
    All good guesses but no.!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
    A multi screwdriver, phillips and flat.
    Well let me say this about that... it has nuthin to do wit phillps screws.. an above is a end view of the tool locked (in a spring loaded position) an ready for use... notice that the center part is inline wit the outter "fins".!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBOB View Post
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    socket wrench?

    A spring loaded nail driver?
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    Well you didn't say it had nothing to do with a flat screw. I'll guess it's an impact driver for flat screw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcane_Mathematician View Post
    socket wrench?

    A spring loaded nail driver?
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    Well you didn't say it had nothing to do with a flat screw. I'll guess it's an impact driver for flat screw.
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    what general type of work is it used for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    what general type of work is it used for?
    Makin assembly (of parts) easier.!!!

    Harolds last post has a good clue in it.!!!
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    is it used for twisting wire?
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    Is it a tool for inserting some kind of spring or circlip?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    is it used for twisting wire?
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    Is it a tool for inserting some kind of spring or circlip?
    No.!!!

    Clues:::

    Its for use in "tight" areas whare you'r fangers wont fit.!!!

    Ive tested the tool an it works grate... an when i was givin the tool i thout it was perty cool an woud com in handy... but ive never had a situation whare i chose to use it.!!!

    The common tool we all use that replaces it works very good... however... this tool will work wit non-magnetic materials an its common replacments wont.!!!
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    I guess if you put that into the slot of a screw and snapped it, it would hold onto the screw so you could get it started. Like a magnetic tipped screwdriver, but works on brass or stainless screws too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    I guess if you put that into the slot of a screw and snapped it, it would hold onto the screw so you could get it started. Like a magnetic tipped screwdriver, but works on brass or stainless screws too.
    We have a WINER.!!!

    Spot on 'ol bean... you twist the shaft which puts the "pin" in the lock position... then push the tool into the slot of a screw or bolt an it coms unlocked... causin the center part of the tool to twist which locks the tool to the bolt... below is the tool holdin a bolt.!!!

    Notice that the lockin pin is in the mid position when holdin a screw/bolt.!!!

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    Guess what this is.!!!

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    Lincoln on a penny
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    Lincoln on a penny
    We have a WINER.!!!

    Well... you'r good wit pennys... but lets see how you do wit this American coin (mented after 1917).!!!

    These coins are all the sam date... an if you knew the denomination the date coud be determined.!!!

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    Are they the 1943 steel pennies which are identified in post #45 of the thread?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    Are they the 1943 steel pennies which are identified in post #45 of the thread?
    Oops... yoak's on me :-)

    Guess what this is.!!!

    I sent off for it from a add in a magazine about 50 years ago an i was disapointed wit it.!!!

    After you click on the jpg in my post... when the larger jpg displays you may need to click on it to see the full size jpg.!!!

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    i dont get this game attalll, how can you view the pictures?
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    Well, the thread is a couple years old so the pics may be at the end of a dead link by now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by graemedon View Post
    i dont get this game attalll, how can you view the pictures?
    Hi,
    I will send you a PM with the url where you can now play the game (with pictures) :-)

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    Guess what this is:

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    A cat being tortured?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer w/Straw View Post
    Go F youirself.
    Whoa... you seem upset... is it because i was right.. or rong... or somptin else.???
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