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Month: August 2019

Introducing: Dramatic Abdominal Stab Wounds

Have you ever wondered how the protagonist in a show or movie doesn’t die in spite of being stabbed (or shot, exploded, etc.) brutally while dramatic music plays in the background?  Maybe you just figured it was artistic license (you’re probably not entirely wrong). However, there is another explanation to be found. Readers, may I introduce to you: the Dramatic Abdominal Stab Wound.

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5 More Relatable Antiquing Moments

Last week we saw five relatable moments from Ghost Town Gold that will resonate with antiquers, thrifters, and everyone who loves old stuff. This week we have 5 more relatable antiquing moments, this time from the Canadian reality show Storage Wars, where the show’s stars bid on lockers that are being auctioned off (delinquent accounts) in the hopes of making a profit. The quality of this show is a bit more touch and go than Ghost Town Gold; overall, I give it 3.5 stars. However, in spite of its shortcomings, there are still quite a few moments that antiquers and thrifters will find relatable. See five of them in this post.

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5 Moments from Ghost Town Gold that Antiquers Will Find Relatable

Recently I was in the mood for some vicarious antiquing so I watched Ghost Town Gold. It’s a short miniseries, just 6 episodes, but it lives up to its title: every episode was, in fact, gold. I give it 5 stars and highly recommend it if, like me, you are ever in the mood to go antiquing but can’t for whatever reason. Additionally, here are my 5 favorite moments from the show that were highly relatable as an antiquer myself.

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