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Mindat passion.

Posted by Stephen Eglinton  
Stephen Eglinton May 19, 2012 03:01PM
Hey Jolyon,

When are you going to begin taking orders for a Mindat Ring (in gold). Think Templar Knights. Knights of Mindat... mmm.;-)

Jolyon & Katya Ralph May 19, 2012 11:43PM
One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.

yes, good idea.
Dana Morong May 20, 2012 01:22AM
I thought Frodo took care of that.

How about a section for geology questions, and a section for interpreting labels, and one (because the Lost and Stolen section pertains only to officially lost stuff) to "lost" specimens, such as "I can't believe I gave that away" or "I shouldn't have trimmed it that last blow" or "I stuck this wonderful specimen in my shirt pocket and then I forgot and leaned over..." and other such sob stories. Or maybe that would take up so much time and space and gb (maybe even tb) that the computer system wouldn't be able to handle it, even if it is nothing but text!
Vik Vanrusselt May 20, 2012 12:36PM
I second Dana's idea for a section on interpreting labels, since there are a lot of them around that are difficult to read and/or interpret :-)

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