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Aw come on Don,

It's the Big Dirty. I should think that one would be able to find all sorts of fascinating junk in Chicago - old concrete galoshes dredged up off the bottom of the river, the occasional piece of speakeasy paraphernalia, etc.. Might even turn up an old gun or two![;)]

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Mike

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Kurt,

You just reminded me of how, last week, I dated when a basement was hollowed out under a bungalow that was originally built on posts on piers - they'd nailed an old license plate, face out, to the inside of the forms and then placed the concrete, leaving a perfect imprint of the plate in the wall. That's how I knew it couldn't have been done prior to 1928 (House was built in 1920). Kind of kewl. All they'd have to do was paint the thing and it'd look like a perfectly preserved plate.

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Mike

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