Urban Gold Miner: There`s Gold In Them Thar Street

Submitted by: MrPeabody 5 years ago

A freelance diamond setter hunts for precious gems, gold and diamonds on the gritty sidewalks of NYC.
There are 26 comments:
Male 813
How is that retard madest a mod? Jesus christ, the world really is going to end.
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Male 6,694
Nasty.
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Male 7,378
It`s not a stupid comment. There are salvage crews that think that anything found on the sea floor is theirs because they found it. The courts disagree. This is no different. Loser needs to simply get a job.
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Male 4,902
madest, stupid comment
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Female 302
Good for him!
But I can`t help but be a bit grossed out at what other "treasures" are probably lurking in that dirt - like spit, feces, and so on. This experience has probably either covered him in microbiological cultures or given him the white blood cells of a champ.
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Male 247
Kaagan, gold is gold, and it`s really easy to melt down tiny pieces and make big pieces. Have you never heard of gold dust?
Can`t tell if trolling or just stupid...
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Male 718
Madest. please shut the drat. that was the worst troll comment i have read on this site YET. like somebody is gonna be able to prove they owned a ruby in a pile of poo. bravo you made yourself look retarded.
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Male 226
@kaagan
Who cares, but I like your Tanuki!
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Male 1,627
who the drat buys tiny bits of gold?
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Male 911
1.) Groogle is a douche and his comments are all relatively stupid.

2.)im pretty sure this is fake cause this is not a real newyork post video.
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Male 25,416
wow, thats very creative
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Male 2,440
[quote]Shut the drat up Groogle[/quote]
I agree. I get major douche chills from reading your comments.
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Female 374
So, every single time he pointed something out, unless it was in a bag, I didn`t see it. At all. He must have a really keen eye.
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Male 2,033
@madest

Unfortunately, the previous owners would have no claim on the items. Objects discarded or lost in the street do indeed belong to whoever picks them up.

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Male 2,700
"The owners should claim their gems and sue his ass to recover them. They are not his. This world isn`t about "finders-keepers". "

No i think in this case those would be his honestly. No one would pay any mind to these lost gems had he not went hunting for them.
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Male 7,123
Legitimate salvage, and good luck to him. Not rally the same a snagging stuff left at parties
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Male 813
Yes madest, because that is certainly going to be provable in court. drating retards on this website today.
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Male 813
Shut the drat up Groogle
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Male 2,551
madest - they would find it very hard to prove that they owned the gems in the first place.
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Male 7,378
The owners should claim their gems and sue his ass to recover them. They are not his. This world isn`t about "finders-keepers".
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Male 267
Put on a pair of gloves. That`s disgusting.
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Male 10,440
Heh heh. Now the big question. Can he be taxed for what is essentially picking sh*t of the ground?
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Male 2,790
huh
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Male 226
I like to search for urban treasures too. I live in the party part of campus and after a big night, you can generally find some pretty cool stuff. So far i`ve found: A silk tie, a pocket knife, a cell phone, and an iPhone :). I gave found a way to give the iphone back, although the person was a rich snob b!tch.
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Male 2,172
Not surprised that this is actually happening. Capitalism was nothing but a giant with feet of clay.
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Male 1,920
Link: Urban Gold Miner: There`s Gold In Them Thar Street [Rate Link] - A freelance diamond setter hunts for precious gems, gold and diamonds on the gritty sidewalks of NYC.
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