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Phone: 919-742-2135
Fax: 919-663-2843
Address: P. O. BOX 429 Siler City, North Carolina 27344
Company Name: Chatham Broadcasting Co., Inc. of Siler City

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  1. Amina

    Great job on your first interview with one of our Gator alums! Too bad Dorian sufeerfd those injuries, those of which hampered his career, but on a positive note he finished his education and has something to fall back on; he could find his calling in coaching, and if he needs a mentor he need not look any further than Urban Meyer. Another success story for Gator football; thank God he found UF! 0 likes

  2. Pavel

    I’m consider invseting some money into copper pennies and just going to my bank and getting a box or two. I understand that you can’t loose any money because as long as it’s still currency you can use them as pennies and they will always be worth at least one cent unless there discontinued.Apparently copper pennies have a melt value of like 3 cents. It’s however illegal to melt them while there still considered currency. If the law changes you can melt them. However if the law changes wouldn’t the melt value go down due possibly less than a penny to a higher supply of copper people are trying to get rid of because people hoarded them?I understand that silver trended and that they use to put them in nickles and quartets. However if the U.S. is going to discontinue a coin wouldn’t it be the penny first before nickles, dimes, and quartets? I don’t see the U.S. getting rid of the quarter as currency any time soon. Canada got rid of the penny so we might as well because it would save us a lot of money. From what I heard however it’s very unlikely but I guess there is still a possibility.Furthermore if the U.S. economic system crashes and you can melt coins due to hyperinflation, unlikely but I guess it’s a possibility, wouldn’t you be more concerned about finding food, shelter, and clothing and not selling thousands of pennies? Due to the fact that old pennies are only 95% copper wouldn’t you have to go to like a special place to melt them the proper way to get only the copper out of them or something? Wouldn’t such places no exist if the economy crashed. Why would anyone want to buy copper if they were struggling to find food, shelter and clothing?Isn’t this hobby also very time consuming and takes up a lot of space to store a ton of pennies? If banks don’t offer you free rolls you may have to buy some, making you actually spend money to do this? No idiot is going to count a whole box of pennies by hand at a bank. I guess if you have a automatic coin counting thing at your bank this might not be a issue but most banks don’t.I just don’t understand if it’s a really good investment option. You cant loos money but I don’t really understand this investment type. I guess if you had a bucket of pennies that weighed a metric ton and 200 years from now you might be able to sell them to a collector, not melt them for the copper, but because there old and worth a lot, but by then you would be dead.I just don’t understand why people are invsetings thousands of dollars in this and am looking for someone to explain why it’s a good idea thanks. [url=]wjogjhvuh[/url] [link=]bhrkixbaxb[/link]

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