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  1. azazel


    I asked the manager at Morrisons if he would accept them and after checking with head office they said it would be OK. I only use them for payment of fuel (popped out their packaging so they arn't so collectable) in case theres a dispute. I might start using them in the store also soon. Anyone wanting to do the same could mention this when asking.
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    When I get time, I will try out a few other Tesco branches to see if they respond in the same way. Its interesting that they want my name and address when I refuse to offer any other payment and its my refusal to give my private details that provokes them to call the police. They have called the police three times now. First time (tarnished metal detecting modern coins) the police bullied me into giving Tesco my details and the second time (big bag of new coins from the post office maximum within the legal tender limits) the police said it wasnt a police matter. Still it was an interesting experiment on many levels. I should have videoed it as the managers faces were quite a picture, but it was hard enough concentrating on the confrontation what with the adrenalin rush.
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    You can buy in mutiples of 5. I bought 10 the other night in two transactions. Free post if you buy at least three. I will wait for those 10 to show up and then buy 10 more. I always pop them out of the packaging for spending. Morrisons and a local pub accept them now too, without a fight.
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    Its a matter of principle as well as a bit of fun. Given the choice I would like to see a return of gold and silver as circulating money. The £20 coin gives me that choice. Its legal tender, lawful money and I dont see how the countries biggest retailer can refuse to accept them. Who the hell do they think they are! I dont have any grudge against the staff but some of them were very hostile and it was quite entertaining when the police were called and they were expecting me to be arrested only to be told its not a police matter and that they had to accept them. They now accept them in the hope that I will go away but I have a stockpile and some of the new ones are on the way too. Dispute with the manager Dispute with the police
  5. So long, and thanks for all the (silver)fish
  6. azazel


    Because this thread was goldfingers thread and you moved it to the loony forum and removed goldfingers moderation. I think thats disrespectful of a truly great contributor. Clearly he also did which is why he has quit. I do not want to "sling mud and abuse the host", I have always been respectful to you as you generally are well mannered, but I do not see the sense in vandalizing what is probably the most popular thread on the site, upsetting some of the most regular contributors here. It seems like a moment of madness.
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    Thanks Goldfinger, I for one appreciate all your posts and its outrageous that you have been treated in this way. It seems the same moronic behavior that occurred at HPC 3 or 4 years ago has also occurred here. I do hope you visit Pix site.
  8. Thanks for all the knowledge I have learned from you.

  9. Its interesting that DrBubb doesn't comment on Detlevs articles. If Detlevs wrong then Id like to hear the counter argument, if he is right about gold then "you should not trade it, you should accumulate it" Azazel says: February 20, 2012 at 8:54 pm Hi Detlev, looking forward to your next article! In the mean time, id be interested in your opinion on silver, if you think it has more upside potential than gold. I cant get my head round the conflicting trends of collapsing industrial activity and poor mans gold. Also, do you think its better to buy and hold or trade on peaks and troughs? Reply Detlev Schlichter says: February 24, 2012 at 10:42 am I don’t believe that silver will do better than gold. I expect gold to go much higher, of course. Silver will probably follow in gold’s wake but I cannot see why, over time, it should outperform. Gold and silver are both monetary assets but gold more so than silver. Gold is still THE eternal form of money, and as we are going through a major monetary crisis (one of the biggest in human history), my number one choice remains gold. — No, you should not trade it, you should accumulate it. http://papermoneycollapse.com/2012/02/video-detlevs-interview-with-the-real-asset-company/
  10. Halight, my spelling is not very good either. Not as bad as yours as I read my comments and correct them before |I post and I use Firefox with a spell checker. This underlines words that it thinks are incorrect in their spelling. When you right click over the word it suggests the word you are thinking of with the correct spelling. I find that this reminds me of the correct spelling and so I make fewer mistakes. I try to make a note of how a word is spelled. Im not sure if Internet explorer has it but I would think it has.
  11. I like that you have a sense of humour I must admit, I know what you mean about him with all this "dear extended family and CIGA stuff" but I put that down to his American culture which I find quite awful, in the same way as many of thier films, comedy and chat shows. The same as the way they need music on information videos to add "emotional feeling". I agree he has an agenda, a gold mine and lots of gold. But fundamentally I think he is correct.
  12. Seeing that you had posted on this thread, for a moment I thought you had become a CIGA, and joined the brotherhood as a fellow cult member. Your going to be spectacularly sick when he is correct, 100% gauranteed! I'll get the popcorn...
  13. Love the "debt bomb" song at the end Dominic!
  14. azazel


    I think I nailed the bottom to the day. Makes a change! Perhaps I should try trading....