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Old 06-08-2013, 07:05 PM
joefla joefla is offline
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I like Bill's answer in the above post.I see a lot of "relative"
morals based on how people feel,or how others have treated
them.Right is right and wrong is wrong,and it doesn't matter
how it makes you feel.If you forget your detector at the hunt
site,(it has hapened)and someone feels "finders keepers",you
may change your mind on that.I had a lady at the beach come
up to me and say"you people make me sick"(THers),and walk off.
Probably had someone palm her ring when they found it.In short,
if you can find the owner,return it. If you can't ,after due process,
it's yours.No moral judgements here,just plain morals.HH Joe
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