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Old 06-13-2018, 08:11 PM
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Tuesday’s sterling lunch hunt also yielded my first Epipen find...

I was like !!! is this? Second reaction was how huge the dang thing is and third reaction was glad I and my kids aren’t allergic to bees...

Oh, the little insulator was a surface find at a house tear down lot I tried detecting the same morning on my way to work. Someone had already detecting some there and left their holes wide open there was so much metal in the ground it was not much fun.

Thought the epipen was an odd find... happy hunting!
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Old 06-13-2018, 08:53 PM
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that epi-pen was worth as much a gold ring when it was still new! I bet some poor kid took a butt-whoopin for losing it.

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Originally Posted by Jason in Enid View post
that epi-pen was worth as much a gold ring when it was still new! I bet some poor kid took a butt-whoopin for losing it.
No joke, like $300/2. Crazy

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Mmmm....Lagunitas! Tell me you didn't find that, too! If you like dark beers, get your hands on their Cappuccino stout - simply fantastic!

I've never seen an EpiPen in person let alone run across one in the field...dang, you're right - they are huge! I know nothing about them...is that outter container waterproof? Do they expire? The dang thing might still be usable! Good grief...I'm thinking like Mud

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Originally Posted by AirmetTango View post
Mmmm....Lagunitas! Tell me you didn't find that, too! If you like dark beers, get your hands on their Cappuccino stout - simply fantastic!

I've never seen an EpiPen in person let alone run across one in the field...dang, you're right - they are huge! I know nothing about them...is that outter container waterproof? Do they expire? The dang thing might still be usable! Good grief...I'm thinking like Mud
Mud Puppy might increase his coin per hour to 300 or so after a good hit from that EpiPen.

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