U.S. Mint’s 2023 American Women Ornament Collection Available

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Unique and well-suited for gifting, the United States Mint will begin selling ornaments today at noon ET. These ornaments showcase the five distinct 2023 quarters, which pay tribute to Bessie Coleman, Edith Kanakaʻole, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jovita Idar, and Maria Tallchief.

US Mint images 2023 American Women Quarters Ornaments
U.S. Mint images of their 2023 American Women Quarters Ornaments

The quarters represent the second-year releases within the U.S. Mint’s four-year American Women Quarters™ Program. This series was established to commemorate American women who made notable contributions across various domains, such as suffrage, civil rights, abolition, government, humanities, science, space, and the arts.

Similar ornaments were issued last year honoring Maya Angelou, Dr. Sally Ride, Wilma Mankiller, Nina Otero-Warren, and Anna May Wong. Like last year’s products, each quarter included in this year’s ornaments has been struck to uncirculated quality at the Philadelphia Mint.

Providing a bit more detail, the notable individuals for 2023 and the specifics of their corresponding ornaments are outlined below:

  • Bessie Coleman – first African American and first Native American woman licensed pilot. Her ornament includes a bird’s eye view of the sky with two Curtiss JN-4 ("Jenny") planes she flew; her nicknames "Queen Bess" and "Brave Bessie;" and depictions of her helmet, goggles, and flight wings.
  • Edith Kanakaʻole – indigenous Hawaiian composer, custodian of native culture and traditions. This ornament celebrates the individual by representing three major houses of knowledge — the sky, the land/ocean, and lifecycles. The Hawaiian State flower, the yellow hibiscus is shown along with traditional Hawaiian instruments; a triton shell; and a palapalʻai fern.
  • Eleanor Roosevelt – leader, reformer, first lady, and author. Roosevelt’s ornament design offers doves, hands holding a globe, and scales of justice symbolizing her advocacy of global human rights, diplomacy, and conflict resolution. A ring of pearls pays tribute to her most iconic jewelry while her prolific writing of many books, countless articles, speeches, and newspaper columns is also represented.
  • Jovita Idar – Mexican-American journalist, activist, teacher, and suffragist. A stack of books and shirt shown on the ornament represent the school supplies, clothing, and food Idar provided to school children. A white cross arm band (La Cruz Blanca) honors her volunteer work as a nurse during the Mexican Revolution while newspapers and typewriter represent her work as a journalist and writer.
  • Maria Tallchief – America’s first prima ballerina. A fiery ring around the coin and feathered head piece pay homage to Tallchief’s "Firebird," one of her best known performances while a sparkling purple tutu represents her role as the Sugar Plum Fairy, which made "The Nutcracker" popular in the U.S. Her National Medal of Arts award is also represented while the border design was inspired by traditional Osage patterns and is a tribute to her heritage.

Ornament dimensions are 2.7" x 3.2". Each ship in a U.S. Mint presentation box along with a certificate of authenticity.

Pricing and Ordering

Priced at $35 each, the ornaments can be found on the U.S. Mint’s online store dedicated to quarter products.

There are no specified mintage or household order limits. Nonetheless, the product limitations differ, with 3,000 indicated for the Coleman and Roosevelt ornaments, and 2,500 allocated for each of the other three.

Still available at $35 apiece, the most recent sales figures for last year’s ornaments exhibit a range, starting from the 2022 Nina Otero-Warren Ornament with 1,741 sales and peaking at the 2022 Anna May Wong Ornament with a leading 3,094 sales.

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Craig

Are the quarters minted at the San Francisco Mint? Surely, for (gag) $35.00, they would hold the least produced of the quarters. If they are the S quarters, they only decision will be how many do I buy.

Dazed and Coinfused

At these low low prices you’d be dum not to buy them all.

Craig

Dazed, they are so gorgeous I could hang them all over the house. Do you think I can hang them from my ceilings too or would I need to nail them in?

Dazed and Coinfused

Thats so 1970s. Get with the timed man, use em to tile your bathroom floors. People were using pennies for the last couple years cuz cheaper than buying tiles, but with the resurgence of the roaring 20s and bidenomics where everything is gilded and gas is record lows, 0% interest rates, inflation so low stores are giving away products and homeless live in $300,000 boxes you’d be a fool not to use these paltry and Uber cheap baubles to tile your home, replace shipman walls and even repsve your garage floor and driveway

Tom

they are Philadelphia, so absolutely nothing special

Kaiser Wilhelm

Tom,

Thanks for putting that to rest.

Tom

better yet Dazed – give to ladies as ear rings

Kaiser Wilhelm

What I think about as I observe those five ornaments is less how they would look as decorations on a Christmas tree and more that the Mint was appreciative enough of the multitude of great achievements of each of these accomplished women to design and produce these tributes in the first place.

Major D

Kaiser, I think if the Mint wants to be in the business of making ornaments out of its coins, then they should do just that- by making two curved halves (like the 2014 Baseball HOF, 2019 Apollo and 2020 Basketball HOF commemoratives) and fusing them together at the rims. One half could show the obverse, and the other half the reverse- but each curved enough to be a full sphere when fused together. They could be done in the larger size format like the 5-oz Apollo, though to hang on a tree I’d forgo the silver and gold options (unless… Read more »

East Coast Guru

Major D, I like that idea. Put me down for a dozen.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Major D,

If they could stamp out the halves and put them together seamlessly the Mint will have made a colossal step forward in the manufacture of “global” coinage.

Christo

I think the Flat Earthers on here will be taking issue with your “global” design, Kaiser.

Dazed and Coinfused

It isn’t flat, the edges are warped making it Frisbee shaped, that’s why they fly so well.

Dazed and Coinfused

They can’t even stamp out peace and morgan without smudges or debris in the capsule (where the red come from) so no way they can make two halves meet properly.

Dazed and Coinfused

1 change, the fiery ring around tall chief should go around Edith. And should sell for $40 with $5 going to help cover commercial investors cost of buying up all the land.

Seth Riesling

D & C,

The USA government & State of Hawaii are the largest land owners on Maui. And they are not selling it.

NumisdudeTX

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Seth,

Or, the USA and the State are the owners of the lava crisp formerly known as Maui.

Seth Riesling

Kaiser,

Luckily, Hawai’i is the only state that gets larger in land size each year…

NumisdudeTX

Dazed and Coinfused

Yeah, but China builds way faster than Pele. Plus their island won’t burn your stuff down.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Dazed,

It’s amazing what authoritarian states will do to divert their people’s attention away from whatever it takes to remain in power.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Seth,

Funny thing about volcanoes…they both build and destroy.

Dazed and Coinfused

Like taco Tuesday, which is odd since most toilets are destroyed on Wednesday by burritos, or as we call em, bowl busters

Dazed and Coinfused

Dorito fund raiser.try our new lava crisp. Also available at taco bell.

Dazed and Coinfused

I have my money on squatters. They seem to have more rights. But Oprah and Zuckerberg own a rather nice slice. Not for me. Lived there, island fever is real.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Dazed,

I don’t trust islands. What came up may go back down. Remember Atlantis!

Dazed and Coinfused

No. It was a little before my time. Pangea was an island, but no man is an island. So… I can’t be anything I want to be.

Jeff Legan

Hi Dazed and Coinfused, A bit inaccurate again. If Pangea is an island, so our all of our continents today. I cannot take my car and drive to Europe, for example. Technically you are correct as all continents are just bigger islands, but then why the separate classification? I strive for accuracy when I speak, I hope you do you as well. You are falling a bit short. As an aside, my Uncle was a Travel Agent and he told the family once that a couple wanted to go to Hawaii and wondered about driving there, and whether they would… Read more »

Dazed and Coinfused

It’s all perspective. The only difference is scale. From island to continent to supercontinent. And if you reference science books from Galileo all the way up to late 90s Pluto was a planet. Then it wasn’t. Then a protoplanet. Now it’s whatever you want it to be, or what it means to you. Like record set in nfl before Brady rule vs rules after. Who was better babe Ruth or Mickey Mantle. Jordan or Kobe. Point of my writings is to bring curiosity, and like I said, whatever you want to find out of it, you will. Did Greeks call… Read more »

Seth Riesling

D & C,

Coin club meeting at The Waffle House…be there! Lol.

NumisdudeTX

Jeff Legan

You just repeated my second sentence from above in a different way. If we cannot agree on common terms of usage, how can we ever communicate effectively with each other? Pangea is a supercontinent. To refer to it any other way is inaccurate. You could have referenced an actual Island in your first post (Britain, Hawaii) and I wouldn’t even have generated these two following posts (with more to come?). You say this- “Now it’s whatever you want it to be, or what it means to you.“, then rattle off this “ Like record set in nfl before Brady rule vs… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

Dazed,

Those designs were finalized before Maui Electric let its powerlines destroy the island.

Dazed and Coinfused

Ya know. Being famous for Tradewinds you’d think they have more wind energy. Or solar each house. But they don’t even have billboards, or much graffiti, or didn’t used to. No way they block million dollar views with turbines.

Dazed and Coinfused

They destroyed evidence. Only took feds 4 days to arrive on scene to begin investigation. Do you think there was an actual leaked FEMA memo? Magic 8 ball says…

Major D

OMG it’s a conspiracy, must be linked to Hugo Chavas and Chinese space lasers. Not sure whether it’s better when you’re on the meds or off.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Major D and Dazed,

I thought this was fairly obvious; power lines down, bang and fires!

Dazed and Coinfused

https://www.yahoo.com/news/maui-county-releases-list-nearly-080351286.html When you leave it open, it can very easily be a conspiracy. If the dead can’t sue because evidence damaged and can’t prove it, yep conspiracy. Big power calling all the shots. Corporate vs consumer. But if dead wins, then conspiracy that the fire department damaged it and they’re being framed. Will appeal or settle for much less, then file bankruptcy. Of course, this is Hawaii so whatever power company says will be gospel. If this was Texas they’d calling for abbot and power company to burn. Never expected abbot to bail out power during the big freeze, have… Read more »

Jeff Legan

I expect when they put together all the videos people took chronologically, we will be able to get to the bottom of it this time. You are still wandering a bit (Texas? We are talking about Hawaii.), but that is your choice. The tone is much better than a few days ago. Thanks!

Dazed and Coinfused

Cnn wrote the article. Blame them.

Seth Riesling

D & C,

If I remember right, it wasn’t CNN (the first 24/7/365 tv news company) that lost a major lawsuit like Fox News did to the tune of about $757 million due to their lies & conspiracy theories & defamation – the largest award against a news organization in history. I guess you like your news from an Australian family of billionaires that own Fox.

NumisdudeTX

Dazed and Coinfused

You are correct, but irrelevant as the source material wasn’t fox. I’ve never used fox as a source, except for obvious intro into wild topic. I don’t believe talking heads

Dazed and Coinfused

Jokes on you. You’re paying for those meds. Sounds like you need to send me more of your income so I can afford the help you claim I need.

Major D

Doubt it. Hey, you’re slowing down. No manifesto response. Is the manic-ness ebbing or are the drugs wearing off?

Jeff Legan

I think its a bit early to claim opinion as fact, Dazed and Coinfused (and Kaiser Wilhelm, the instigator that opened the door to your conspiracy theory this time—“before Maui Electric let its powerlines destroy the island“. No wiggle room in that statement. They did it, end of story. Do not encourage Dazed and Coinfused to posit any more conspiracy theories here, Kaiser Wilhelm. He will run with them). You said– “They destroyed evidence” as opposed to “I think they destroyed evidence”. How did you arrive at the conclusion that “they” destroyed evidence? And who do you mean by “they”?… Read more »

Dazed and Coinfused

I’ll repost from above in case you missed it. https://www.yahoo.com/news/maui-county-releases-list-nearly-080351286.html

Jeff Legan

I don’t click on links here. Neither was here when I started typing the one above. I noticed the first one you posted today.

Dazed and Coinfused

Anger? Everyone says anger. None at all. Nothing on here impacts me. I could care less if you dogged Republicans or democrats or the late queen herself. I can’t get em fired. For as long as I remember neither side did anything. Isn’t it the do nothing congress. I presume most of you are older than I and remember when government somewhat worked. Then the do nothing despite both parties owning congress and presidency. Since judicial supposed to be constitutional. Try getting a speed bump. Better, how about calling city council, going to mayor office on election day at city… Read more »

Jeff Legan

I looked at my post above here, and I do not see that I mentioned anger in any of these. “misplaced anger”, since I wondered if we were reading each others stuff out of order, but not “anger” here. Other articles I did. And I am pretty sure I highlighted actual examples so its not like I just threw it out there without a reason. I haven’t gotten to those yet to see if you replied to any of them. Looks like you are under the mistaken impression I served in the Military. I thought I would be drafted soon… Read more »

Craig

I’m confused as to why Maui now has a huge ‘Fire Sale’ occurring. I thought everyone on the cable channels were telling me the cause was Climate Change, Climate Change, Climate Change. My brain was about to explode with Climate Change when all of the sudden it’s not Climate Change but instead, oh my, a Corporate Entity! What’s even better, it’s a corporate energy that uses what, fu*king fossil fuels! One thing is for sure, most IQ challenged individuals of this country will believe what ever scrolls across their tv screens. They don’t need power in Hawaii anyway, just put… Read more »

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Dazed and Coinfused

Iceland tapped into thermal power. Global warming has been going since the end of the last ice age. And since the wobble changes and the poles have flipped several times over billions of years (sorry 6,000 year old Bible thumpers) the earth most likely will not have exact climates as before. I watch the Flintstones the other day, and they used fossil fuels. Just kidding, I can only presume they captured methane gas and bottled it all up. Similar to cows now. What I ponder, if the prairies were home to millions of Buffalo and hunted almost to extinction shouldn’t… Read more »

Seth Riesling

D & C,

The real gate to Hell is at the South USA border at “Hell Paso”, Texas that leads into Cuidad Juarez, Mexico – one of the most Hellish, dangerous cities on Earth!

NumisdudeTX

Kaiser Wilhelm

Seth,

Why would anyone go to Mexico when all the people there want to get out?

Kaiser Wilhelm

Dazed,

We little humans have been around for perhaps 100 thousand of the planet’s 5 billion years so all of this is literally “nothing new under the sun.”

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Major D

Sure has a lot to do with coins. Just more gibberish from a full-fledged member of the Dunning-Kruger club.

Jeff Legan

Ehh,
This one seems all right to me Major D. He even said he was “sorry” to a group of people. I do not recall seeing that before in one of his posts. Sure, its a rant but you could have left your comment to the first sentence and you would have made your point perfectly well.

Dazed and Coinfused

https://www.yahoo.com/news/neptune-disappearing-clouds-may-linked-142531091.html

So solar cycles impact all other planets except those inhabited by humans. I guess since summer is when we are farther from the sun and winter when we are closest (northern hemisphere that is) I guess Neptune should be roasting if Urf is only up a degree or 2

Jeff Legan

Just out of curiosity Dazed and Coinfused, did Venus’s clouds disappear as well? If not, your very first sentence is incorrect. Your second isn’t so hot (pun intended), either.
Even me assuming the first part is your attempt at sarcasm, Neptune is literally the farthest planet from the sun. So no, Neptune should not be roasting, but we are or haven’t you noticed? Your first part falls apart without the second part to support it, and the second part does not support it.

Major D

“most IQ challenged individuals of this country will believe what ever scrolls across their tv screens”: Like those that watch Fox and believe Trump won and is innocent of all 91 criminal charges across four jurisdictions.

Craig

or those that think biden is running this country.

Christo

Please enlighten us, Craig.

Craig

I wouldn’t waste my time enlightening a moron.

Major D

And yet you and Dazed “enlighten” each other all the time.

Jeff Legan

Can’t argue with your response here, Major D. Craig’s terrible post deserved one.

Christo

I assume that the name calling wasn’t meant for me as all I did was ask a simple question. Correct?

Jeff Legan

I like you already, Christo.

Jeff Legan

This is terrible, Craig. I am disappointed in you. Reason and Persuasion, not Emotion and Insults. If you cannot defend your stance, perhaps you have not thought it through well enough to post it in public yet.

Dazed and Coinfused

Got a new one. Waiting for approval:spam. They don’t even post what you wrote to keep ya from copying it. Lmao.

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Major D

another manic manifesto? I can’t wait. Hopefully, the depressive crash will come again soon so we won’t have to hear from you for several days.

Jeff Legan

At least wait until you see the post, Major D. If it is even approved. Nothing offensive or misleading in the one you responded to.

Jeff Legan

Like Reagan with Alzheimer’s before him, Craig. Perhaps congress should mandate a competency test for anyone who runs for President. If they pass, only then can they become an official candidate. I am for it. It should apply to congress, too. In my opinion, both McConnel and Feinstein are showing us right now the need for such a test. There appears to be a few members of congress currently that do not really understand how our government works, either. Perhaps passing a 5th grade civics test (that is not setting too high a bar, do you think?) before running for… Read more »

Dazed and Coinfused

They didn’t become politicians to help neighbors or actually do their job, much less learn it. Too busy using taxpayer money to travel the country and overseas campaigning and having lavish parties with celebrity guests. While pocketing money from lobbyists and paying back their free vacations and glamorous lives through tax breaks, crushing their competition, impairing growth, tying up competition in legal trials and investigation. Google v Facebook. Insta v Twitter. Microsoft v Apple. Johnson and Johnson v Pfizer. Taxes aren’t required by constitution to be president. It was a tradition,an unwritten rule. But now they know who funds the… Read more »

Jeff Legan

Along with ideas I proposed above, I also think that Congress should not be in control of their pay raises. In fact, I think their pay should be set at the median (not average) pay for Americans so they never have to discuss it again. When ours goes up, only then can theirs can go up. “But you’ll find fault with something there. You’d rather be crucified than admit I am right or have good ideas. Or see that some things said are so ridiculous as to point out just how ridiculous the subject is. But that’s your deal, not… Read more »

Dazed and Coinfused

Lol. Just because I wrote it doesn’t mean I believe it. Keep up, or do I need to talk slower (Texas style) so you can keep up.

Major D

as I said, you should really lay off of that crack pipe.

Jeff Legan

Looks to me like this little round of insults was started by you with the “another manic manifesto?” remark, Major D. It is far more effective to point out inconsistencies in statements (like “Just because I wrote it doesn’t mean I believe it.” I mentally went “what the F?”) or factual errors. I would like to point out if you keep fact checking him and he keeps coming out wrong or is shown to be misleading via missing context, he will either start fact checking on his own, slowing down the volume of his rants (I well know how much… Read more »

Jeff Legan

“Just because I wrote it doesn’t mean I believe it.”
If you even you do not believe what you post, why are you wasting everyone’s time?

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Jeff Legan

I just responded to Craig’s post, Major D. It is awaiting approval. Looks like there were some links in it that I did not notice again. I do not think they are showing correctly as links for me until I hit post.

Dazed and Coinfused

I never said he was innocent, I just said you haven’t PROVED IN A COURT OF LAW he did. Even if he gets off on a technicality innocent is still innocent. If he dies whether by his own hand or an angry follower that felt betrayed , big Mac heart attack or whatever way you can imagine, like Epstein, and McAfee and countless others, if they die before convicted or not convicted at all then they are innocent. Trump evil because he knew Epstein, but Clinton painting over his fireplace and also on the flight list isn’t. That double standard… Read more »

Dazed and Coinfused

You ask Republicans and they’ll swear Hillary is guilty. And you can’t say they didn’t try to convict her, but even with questionable actions she found not guilty. And it doesn’t matter because most of those same people still think she is. And like the dems did for Hillary Jim Jordan is running interference for trump. Like Graham and turtle face. Either way, here I think you dropped your halo.

Jeff Legan

As the rich and powerful tell us all the time Dazed and Coinfused, it might have been unethical, but it wasn’t illegal. It can’t hurt that they helped our politicians (or became our politicians) to decide just what is considered illegal in our law books. I wouldn’t even be surprised if there are more laws directed at the bottom half of our population than the top half.

Jeff Legan

I am pretty sure Major Ds comment was directed to Craig this time, Dazed and Coinfused.
Once again I see no viable candidate worth going to spend my time registering to vote. So I’ll make fun of what we got till election ends.“—Did you just tell us that with all of your political talk, you are not even registered to vote? You have no right to talk politics at all if you are not. Voting is like the first duty of a citizen. People died to allow us that right.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Craig,

From the science I read climate change is a forever thing; been going on since earth first had weather. It’s been changing from cold to hot and back again for hundreds of millions of years, what with the continents themselves drifting all over the planet thanks to the constant shifting, sliding and colliding of tectonic plates.

Craig

Kaiser, You don’t think I realise that? There is no static temperature setting for the earth, it changes all the time. 20,000 years ago New York was under a glacier twice as tall as the Empire State Building, purportedly, and this extended down into North Carolina or at least what is called NC today. My point is there are individuals that believe we can set earths temperature like we do our home thermostat. I’m not one of those individuals. As for Trump, do we still live in a country where anyone charged with a crime, no matter how ludicrous or… Read more »

Dazed and Coinfused

Yeah Craig. How m0r0nic. How dare you talk about laws that apply to everyone and not just people based on skin or bed mates. Who needs amendments and law when it keeps people you don’t like out of trouble even without a fair trial. Can’t have blacks complaining about disproportionately being arrested and driving while black and serving time as innocent people, or mowed down by Ray sis cops on their way to church at 3 am. You gotta support ideals you can pick and choose so people might actually like you. Ain’t that right major d bag. Mr. hippocrit.… Read more »

Jeff Legan

Broad brush again, Dazed and Coinfused. “Blacks” again. Yeah, you’re not angry. Need I say more?

Seth Riesling

Craig,

The fact that you said you know nothing about the numerous major charges against Trump is scary for our fragile Democracy. His legal problems go back to the 1970s with his father for breaking Federal fair housing laws, discrimination & illegal slumlord practices. He actually said he wanted to suspend the USA Constitution! (Get rid of Democracy & become a tyrant leader). Learn from history…

NumisdudeTX

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Jeff Legan

Nice reply, Seth.

Dazed and Coinfused

If that’s what the people want, it’s what the people want. They put in Adolphus, see what they got? Even after what he did people still fought for him. Russia was the ally, he screw them then Russia our ally. And no surprise they go back to the ideals of the axis. If republican are bound and determined to start another war or R vs D or the new north v south that is the will of the people. While China and India and most South American countries are dictatorships or communist they support Russia. They don’t care about Ukraine… Read more »

Jeff Legan

“If that’s what the people want, it’s what the people want. They put in Adolphus, see what they got? Even after what he did people still fought for him.“–Yes, and he used propaganda, violence and hate of “other” to keep them in line. Republicans have been following that same play book (minus violence, though it is increasing lately) since Newt Gingrich in the 90s. Trump supercharged it. He has praised many strongmen and dictators over the years. “And since we can’t seem to live together mixed we’ll have to divide the states up and separate. That’s the only feasible solution… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

Jeff Legan and Dazed and Coinfused,

It has become glaringly apparent that the ongoing and repetitive “D&C monologues” have very little to do with the state of the world and everything to do with an intrinsically negative state of mind. The suffering accompanying thoughts so consistently and endlessly hopeless must be immense.

Kaiser Wilhelm

I really tried everything possible to not have to go that route but as I watch this site going down the drain my forbearance has given way to increasing alarm and ultimate necessity.

Kaiser Wilhelm

I lost track of my pledge to myself to drop the political chatter. My bad.

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Jeff Legan

Hello, Kaiser Wilhelm. Just thought I would take a break from thinking for a moment to say hello. I haven’t really chatted with you for a while.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Hello there Jeff Legan,

I am always happy to connect with you and I really appreciate the thoughtfulness of your greeting . My lack of participation here of late has been due to outside issues but I have still been checking in here to read the comments of my fellow collectors.

Jeff Legan

Hi Kaiser Wilhelm,
If they are unpleasant outside issues, I am sorry to hear it. Otherwise I hope you are having fun. I am feeling Deja Vu here lately, and a comment I just saw from Major D on “Gold Gets First Weekly Gain After Four Straight Weeks of Declines” might have just ended my patience with Dazed and Coinfused.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Hello Jeff Legan,

Thank you for your concern; I truly appreciate it. These issues, while admittedly exceptionally disconcerting, are not critical or life-threatening. Dealing with one moment at a time is the key.

Jeff Legan

Hi Craig, Are you showing the same courtesy to everyone facing charges in your comments? Or just your “side”? What kind of comments have you made about Hunter Biden, for example. I can’t claim for sure off the top of my head that you have made them, but I think I do remember comments from you about him, and I do not recall “innocent until proven guilty” being among them. I also do recall you made comments about Joe Biden and China before, and I do not remember any “maybes” in those either. If people facing charges deserve the assumption… Read more »

Major D

Now that’s fu*king moronic. What irony.

Jeff Legan

Not such a nice reply, Major D.

Jeff Legan

It has been about 3-1/2 days since I was told my comment is awaiting for approval, so I will try again. No changes to text made. I think there were links that I removed shortly after I got the “awaiting approval” message. I added a (*) now, that was not appearing correctly for some reason without the () and added and removed a few ()’s in a few places. This post might have been more useful to Craig 3-1/2 days ago. Maybe the insults wouldn’t have started flying. Hi Craig, Climate change is not “the” cause for the fire, it… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

Jeff Legan,

It’s both interesting and a bit disconcerting that you would be faced with a “comment awaiting approval” notice even while I’ve run into some “posting too fast” alerts; I have no idea why either one of these is happening.