There’s Gold In Them Thar Faucets

In the little town of  Whitehall, Montana, a couple of residents have noticed something in their water: gold flakes.

Sharon Brown was washing dishes earlier this week when something caught her eye. Her husband, Mark Brown, told KTVM, “She had pulled the plug to let the water out and it was glistening, gleaming little flecks.” Mr. Brown did not believe that it could possibly be gold, but after multiple tests were done, they found that it actually was the precious metal.

Some folks there are a little concerned, wondering what else might be in their water. Right, then; they can be concerned if they want – as for me: I might be moving to Montana soon.

Gonna be a mental toss flycoon.

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2 Responses to There’s Gold In Them Thar Faucets

  1. lectorconstans says:

    Recent news story: A man makes about $300/day picking up gold from New York streets:

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