Tuesday, February 24, 2015

COA for 1993 WWII 50 Anniv. Half Dollar

Certificate of Authenticity Lettering

1991-1995 World War II 50th Anniversary

Commemorative Coins
Certificate of Authenticity
Proof Clad Half Dollar

The undersigning herby certifies this coin as a genuine World War II 50th Anniversary Commemorative Coin struck in accordance with legislation passed and signed by the President on October 14, 1992, into Public Law 102-414. This historic collectible is produced by the United States Mint and was specially designed and created to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the involvement of the United Sates in World War II. This coin is legal tender in the United States.

Specifications -
Date: 1991-1995
Mint: Philadelphia
Condition: Proof
Weight: 11.340 grams | +/- 0.454 grams
Diameter: 1.205 inches | +/- 0.003 inch
30.61 mm | +/- 0.08 mm
Composition: 92% copper 8% nickel

Design -
Obverse: Americans from the armed services
Reverse: American GI engaged in battle on a Pacific island
Designer: Obverse: George Klauba Reverse: Bill J. Leftwich

Signed by Davis J. Ryder
Director, United States Mint

The Artist Behind the Clad Half Dollar

Clad Half Dollar Obverse: George Klauba

A graduate of the American Academy of Art, Mr. Klauba has participated in numerous juried art shows, and has had three one-man show of his surrealistic constructions staged in Chicago. He won the Pauline Palmer Prize in the Chicago Show 1990 for a painted wood carving featuring World War II naval images and motifs. Between 1956 and 1959, he served in the U.S. Navy aboard the destroyer USS KD BAILEY in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

Clad Half Dollar Reverse: Bill J. Leftwich

Mr. Leftwich studied art at the Dallas Institute of Fine Arts and the San Antonio Academy of Art, and has painted murals, worked in bronze, and contributes the architectural designs. A tank commander and sergeant with the 92nd Cavalry, 12th Armored Division, he served in the battles for hte Rhineland, Central Europe and Ardennes-Alsace. He was Awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action in Germany.


REF - coins.obscurefinds.com - 1993P WWII Proof Half Dollar
COA part of item: Coin ID: 48.1232

Related To:
US - 1993 WW II 50th Anniversary Half Dollar
US - Commemorative

Friday, February 6, 2015

FEB 6: 70 Years ago today a Legend was born

Robert Nesta "Bob" Marley 
(6 February 1945 – 11 May 1981)

Bob Marley was a Jamaican reggae singer-songwriter, musician, and guitarist who achieved international fame and acclaim. Starting out in 1963 with the group the Wailers, he forged a distinctive songwriting and vocal style that would later resonate with audiences worldwide. The Wailers would go on to release some of the earliest reggae records with producer Lee Scratch Perry. After the Wailers disbanded in 1974, Marley pursued a solo career which culminated in the release of the album Exodus in 1977 which established his worldwide reputation and produced his status as one of the world's best-selling artists of all time, with sales of more than 75 million records. [1]

REF[1]: en.wikipedia.com - Bob Marley

Saturday, January 10, 2015

1965-1966 Canadian Silver Dollar Varieties

Examples of Small Beads, Large Beads, Pointed 5 and Blunt 5 Below 

Small Beads 
Canada 1965 Voyageur Silver Dollar SB-P5

Large Beads
Canada 1965 Voyageur Silver Dollar LB-B5

Pointed Five 
Canada 1965 Voyageur Silver Dollar SB-P5

Blunt Five
Canada 1965 Voyageur Silver Dollar LB-B5

The Canadian Voyageur Silver Dollar 

The Royal Canadian Mint issued the first silver dollar in 1935 to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V. The coin’s reverse design was sculpted by Emanuel Hahn and portrays a voyageur and an aboriginal paddling a birch-bark canoe. The faint lines in the background represent the Northern Lights. The voyageur design was used on the dollar until 1986. [1]

Obverse Design:
The portrait in right profile of Elizabeth II is surrounded with the inscription "ELIZABETH II D • G • REGINA"  [2]

Reverse Design:
A voyageur and an aboriginal travelling by canoe, carrying bundles of which one bears the initials "HB" for Hudson's Bay Company, are surrounded with the facial value and the inscription "CANADA" Lettering: CANADA YEAR DOLLAR [2]

Coin Type Specifications: [2]
Region: Canada
Catalog Number: KM#64
Denomination: CS$1
Diameter: 36.06 (mm)

Coin Metal Composition: [2]
Silver [80%] 18.66208 (g)
Copper [20%] 4.66552 (g)
Total Mass: 23.3276 (g)
View Metal Melt Value

1965 and 1966 Silver Dollar Varieties: [2]
1965 - Type 1: Pointed 5, Small Beads
1965 - Type 2: Blunt 5, Small Beads
1965 - Type 3: Blunt 5, Large Beads
1965 - Type 4: Pointed 5, Large Beads
1965 - Type 5: Pointed 5, Medium Beads
1966 - Type 1: Small Beads
1966 - Type 2: Large Beads

REF [1] - en.wikipedia.com - Canadian Silver Dollar
REF [2] - coins.obscurefinds.com - 1965-1966 - Elizabeth II - Canadian Silver Dollar

Lyrics: Five Finger Death Punch - M.I.N.E. (End This Way)

Five Finger Death Punch M.I.N.E. End This Way Song Lyrics 

Five Finger Death Punch M.I.N.E. End This Way Song Lyrics

Everybody hurts
Everybody bleeds
Everybody bends to fill a need
Everybody's born with their own curse
And I'm not alone

Everybody cries
Everybody breaths
Everybody wants to feel they're free
Deep inside I know what I am worth
A life of my own

It could have been much worse
But it should have been better

I know I'd hurt you, deserted you
And now I see it clear
I pulled you closer, tighter
'Cause I knew you'd disappear

I just can't compromise, apologize
There's nothing you can say
We both knew
It would always end this way

Everybody pains
Everybody grieves
Everybody's making off like thieves
Every soul's aching for release
You're not alone

Everybody lives
Everybody leaves
Everybody begs best on their knees
Everybody's got the same disease
No one's alone

It could have been much worse
But it should have been better

I know I'd hurt you, deserted you
And now I see it clear
I pulled you closer, tighter
'Cause I knew you'd disappear

I just can't compromise, apologize
There's nothing you can say
We both know
It would always end this way

Knew it'd end this way
We knew it'd end this way

I know I'd hurt you, deserted you
And now I see it clear
I pulled you closer, tighter
'Cause I knew you'd disappear

I just can't compromise, apologize
There's nothing you can say
We both knew
It would always end this way

We both know
It'd always end this way

We both knew
It would always end this way

RELEASED: July 30th, 2013

Monday, January 5, 2015

Bank Closings 2015

Days Banks are closed during 2015

January 1st 2015
Holiday: New Year's Day
Day of Week: Thursday

January 19th 2015 
Holiday: Martin Luther King Day
Day of Week: Monday

February 16th 2015
Holiday: Presidents' Day
Day of Week: Monday

April 5th 2015
Holiday: Easter
Day of Week: Sunday

May 25th 2015
Holiday: Memorial Day
Day of Week: Monday

July 3rd 2015 
Independence Day(observed on July 3rd)
Day of Week: Friday

September 7th 2015
Holiday: Labor Day
Day of Week: Monday

October 12th 2015
Holiday: Columbus Day(varies by bank)
Day of Week: Monday

November 11th 2015
Holiday: Veterans' Day
Day of Week: Wednesday

November 26th 2015
Holiday: Thanksgiving
Day of Week: Thursday

December 24th 2015
Holiday: Christmas Eve (close early)
Day of Week: Thursday

December 25th 2015
Holiday: Christmas Day
Day of Week: Friday

December 31st 2015
Holiday: New Year's Eve (varies by bank)
Day of Week: Thursday

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

The 4 Varieties of the 1968 Canadian Dime

The 4 Varieties of the 1968 Canadian Dime

Two varieties are from the Ottawa Mint and two from the Philadelphia Mint. Determining the mint is done by examining the edge of the coin, if the edge is squared with a U shaped reed, the coin was minted by the Philadelphia Mint. Dimes from the Ottawa Mint have a rounded edge with a V shaped reed. The image below shows a visual example of both reeds.

There are two ways to determine if your 1968 Canadian Dime has silver in it:

The first is to use a gram scale, 50% Silver dimes weigh 2.33 grams, 100% Nickel dimes weigh 2.07 grams.

The second is a magnetic test. If the coin sticks to a magnetic it DOES NOT have a silver composition, and is made of 100% nickel. Non-magnetic 1968 Canadian dimes are made of 50% Silver and 50% Copper metal composition. With an Actual Silver Weight (ASW) of 1.165 grams.

The first: (Use a gram scale)
50% Silver dimes weigh 2.33 grams
100% Nickel dimes weigh 2.07 grams

The second: (Use a magnet)
Magnetic:  1968 Canadian dimes are made of 100% Nickel.
Non-magnetic:  1968 Canadian dimes are made of 50% Silver and 50% Copper composition.

Below is a list of examples of all four varieties of the 1968 Dime from Canada:

1968 - Canadian Dime - Ottawa Mint
Catalog Number: KM#72a
Composition: 100% Nickel
Coin Mass: 2.07 grams
Magnetic: Magnetic
Edge: Rounded (V) Reeded Edge

1968 - Canadian Dime - Philadelphia Mint
Catalog Number: KM#73
Composition: 100% Nickel
Coin Mass: 2.07 grams
Magnetic: Magnetic
Edge: Square (U) Reeded Edge

1968-1969 - Canadian Silver Dime - Ottawa Mint 
Catalog Number: KM#72
Composition: 50% Silver 50% Copper
Coin Mass: 2.33 grams
Magnetic: Non-Magnetic
Edge: Rounded (V) Reeded Edge
Note: Only 6 (1969) Known

1968 - Canadian Silver Dime - Philadelphia Mint
Catalog Number: KM#73a
Composition: 50% Silver 50% Copper
Coin Mass: 2.33 grams
Magnetic: Non-Magnetic
Edge: Edge: Square (U) Reeded Edge

Lyrics: Stone Sour - Omega

Stone Sour Omega Song Lyrics 

What a skeletal wreck of man this is.

Translucent flesh and feeble bones, 
the kind of temple where the whores and villains try to tempt the holistic domes.
Running rampid with free thought to free form, and the free and clear.
When the matters at hand are shelled out like lint at a laundry mat 
to sift and focus on the bigger, better, now.
We all have a little sin that needs venting, virtues for the rending 
and laws and systems and stems are ripped from the branches of office, 
do you know where your post entails? 

Do you serve a purpose, or purposely serve?
When in doubt inside your atavistic allure, 
the value of a summer spent, and a winter earned.
For the rest of us, there is always Sunday.
The day of the week the reeks of rest, but all we do is catch our breath, 
so we can wade naked in the bloody pool, and place our hand on the big, black book.
To watch the knives zigzag between our aching fingers.
A vacation is a countdown, T minus your life and counting, 
time to drag your tongue across the sugar cube, and hope you get a taste.


I can go on and on but lets move on, shall we?

Say, your me, and I’m you, and they all watch the things we do,
and like a smack of spite they threw me down the stairs,
haven’t felt like this in years.
The great magnet of malicious magnanimous refuse, 
let me go, and punch me into the dead spout again.

That’s where you go when there’s no one else around,
it’s just you, and there was never anyone to begin with, now was there?
Sanctimonious pretentious dastardly bastards with their thumb on the pulse,
and a finger on the trigger.


Government is another way to say better…than…you.

It’s like ice but no pick, a murder charge that won’t stick,
it’s like a whole other world where you can smell the food,
but you can’t touch the silverware.
Huh, what luck. 

Fascism you can vote for.
Hum, isn’t that sweet?

And we’re all gonna die some day, because that’s the American way,
and I’ve drunk too much, and said too little, when your gaffer taped in the middle, 
say a prayer, save face, get your self together and see what’s happening.


I’m sorry, I could go on and on but their times to move on so, 
remember: you’re a wreck, an accident.
Forget the freak, your just nature.
Keep the gun oiled, and the temple cleaned 
shit snort, and blaspheme, let the heads cool, and the engine run.

Because in the end, everything we do, is just everything we’ve done.

ARTIST: Stone Sour

RELEASED: Aug 9th 2002

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

10 Life Quotes to Live By

10 Life Quotes to Live By

What screws us up the most in life is the picture in our head of how it is supposed to be.
 - Unknown

This is your life, and it's ending one minute at a time. -Chuck Palahniuk, Fight Club
 - Chuck Palahniuk,  Fight Club

A man is not old until his regrets take the place of his dreams. - John Barrymore
 - John Barrymore

Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards. - Soren Kierkegaard
 - Soren Kierkegaard

Beware the barrenness of a busy life. -Socrates
 - Socrates

Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let each new year find you a better man. -Benjamin Franklin
 - Benjamin Franklin

Life is not always a matter of holding good cards, but sometimes, playing a poor hand well. -Jack London
 - Jack London

Instead of wandering when your next vacation is, you ought to set up a life you don't need to escape from. -Seth Godin
 - Seth Godin

Open your eyes, look within. Are you satisfied with the life you're living? - Bob Marley
 - Bob Marley

If you love life, don't waste time, for time is what life is made up of. -Bruce Lee
 - Bruce Lee

I added one that I think ALL parents should consider.

Do not confine your children to your own learning, for they were born in another time. -Chinese proverb
 - Chinese Proverb

Monday, November 24, 2014

Christianity and its Denominations

Christianity and its Denominations
Stained glass at St John the Baptist's Anglican Church [14]

Christianity, the largest religion in the world, is a religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth who was born sometime between 7 and 3 BC and died between 30 and 33 AD.[3]

Please keep in mind while reading, this is and openminded look at Christianity and not a full account or detail of this religions full believes or spirituality. This article is more based on the denominations and sub-denominations of the religion. With that being the topic of this article I only listed agreed upon by most denominations and sub-denominations of Christianity for the following paragraph.

Most Christians believe that he was a Jew from a ancient Judea better known as Jerusalem and now know as Israel. Jesus of Nazareth was baptized by John the Baptist in the Jordan River, and later crucified in Jerusalem on the orders of governor of the Roman province of Judaea, Pontius Pilate. The Governor sentenced him to death because his followers had claimed he was king. The Roman soldiers killed Jesus by crucifixion. He was nailed up to a high cross by his hands and feet. This was a common way for the Romans to kill rebels and criminals.[3]

The body of Jesus was then placed in a tomb which belong to one of his followers. On the day after the Sabbath followers went to treat the body with spice and perfumed oil, instead they found an empty tomb. As accounted in the Bible more than 500 people saw Jesus alive after death. There are many beliefs about what Jesus did after he was resurrected, but most denominations agree that Jesus gathered disciples and gave direction on how to spread his word. Jesus then ascended back to heaven.[3]

Again, this is the basis of believes involved in Christianity and not a fully disected look at any one specific denomination of Christianity.

Christianity is divided into five main groups. These groups all branched out at different dates from the Early Christian Church founded by the followers of Jesus. The splits generally happened because they could not agree on certain beliefs or practices. The groups then divided into smaller groups. Each group that has its own separate name is a "denomination". The word "denomination" means "having a name". [4]

The five main groups of the Christian Religion are Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Anglican  and Protestant. This article will only look at the 3 main groups: Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Protestant. This is due to the lack of source articles that are available in a agreed format during my comparison of the Anglican and Oriental Orthodox denominations. As well as the amount of breakdown required for the Protestant denomination.

The attempt of this article is to give a very basic summary of the believes of the denominations of Christianity. If this article in someway offends you, the internet might not be the place for you to be doing your daily reading... This article includes linked references at the bottom of the page as I did not share my own believes on a single denomination of Christianity either in part or in whole. More to the point the article is based on apparent facts or popular believes of the denominations as a whole. Where both believers and nonbelievers can read through and hopefully one can either learn or spark an interest in learning more about other religions as well as their own.

1. Roman Catholic (11th Century The Great Schism)
Like other Christians, Catholics believe Jesus Christ is a divine person, the Son of God. They believe that because of his love for all people, he died so that all of us will live forever in heaven. The Catholic Church also recognizes the Trinity, i.e. that the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are together the only God. Catholics should follow the example of love Jesus Christ both teaches and gives: to love each other so much that one is even willing to die for another. [1] Roman Catholic also focus on the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed.
Apostles' Creed: [5]
I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth. I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord. He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spiritand born of the Virgin Mary. He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried. He descended into hell. On the third day he rose again. He ascended into heavenand is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Amen.
2. Eastern Orthodox (11th Century The Great Schism)
Eastern Orthodox believe the Nicene Creed is the authoritative expression of the fundamental beliefs of the Orthodox Church.
Nicene Creed: [6]
I believe in one God, the Father, the Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth and of all things visible and invisible.And in one Lord Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God, begotten of the Father before all ages. Light of Light, true God of true God, begotten not created, of one essence with the Father through whom all things were made.For us and for our salvation he came down from heaven and was incarnate by the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary and became man. He was crucified for us under Pontius Pilate, and he suffered and was buried. On the third day he rose according to the Scriptures. He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again in glory to judge the living and dead. His kingdom will have no end. And in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the Giver of life, who proceeds from the Father, who together with the Father and the Son is worshiped and glorified, who spoke through the prophets. In One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. I acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins. I expect the resurrection of the dead. And the life of the ages to come. Amen.
3. Protestant (16th Century The Reformation)
Martin Luther, a doctor of theology and a monk, said that the church should return to its roots, and give more weight to what is written in the Bible. Luther thought that the Church had gone too far away from the original teachings. He published 95 theses on the way the Catholic Church was then. The 95 theses were published in 1516 or 1517. With the theses, he started the Protestant Reformation.[5]


Protestantism is a form of Christian faith and practice. It began in northern Europe in the early 16th century. At that time, they were against some parts of Roman Catholicism. Together with Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism, Protestantism became one of the three greatest forces in Christianity. Protestantism much influenced the culture, beliefs, and economy of the place it became important in. The word Protestantism was first used by German princes and free cities at the Diet of Speyer (1529), when they were speaking against the Reformation. Lutherans in Germany began using it. Swiss and French more often used Reformed. [6]

The Six (6) Main Churches of Protestant are:

1. Lutheran Church (16th Century)
Lutherans believe the Bible is the first and best source for Christian faith and teaching. Like other Christians, they believe in the Trinity, that Jesus Christ was both God and man, that all humans are sinful since Adam and Eve, and that humans are saved by Jesus' death on the cross. Lutherans believe that the central idea to all of their beliefs is that we are saved by grace through faith because of Jesus Christ. The main points of Lutheran theology were summed up in 1530 by Philip Melanchthon in the writing called The Augsburg Confession.[7]
2. Calvinist Church (17th Century)
True Calvinism (historical Calvinism) does not teach that God chooses who will be saved and who will not be saved. It teaches that for God's own glory He recreates men with a new nature (a nature that loves God and hates sin) because with our old nature we would never seek God (Epistle to the Romans 3:10-12). If it was not for God choosing to save someone there would be no one saved.[8]
3. Anglican Church (Church of England)  (16th Century)
The Church of England was created by King Henry VIII in 1534. Henry VIII was married to Catherine of Aragon, but asked the Pope to annul the marriage. He had wanted to annul the marriage because he wanted a male heir to his throne and Catherine could not produce one. When the annulment was refused, Henry VIII used his position as King to break away from the Roman Catholic Church, and establish the Church of England.[11] 
4. Evangelicalism  (18th Century)
Evangelicalism is typified by an emphasis on evangelism, a personal experience of conversion, biblically oriented faith and a belief in the importance of Christian faith to cultural issues.[9] A historian named David Bebbington is the only cited source I could find that went in to specifics, he concludes that four distinctive aspects of Evangelical faith: conversionism, biblicism, crucicentrism, and activism, noting, "Together they form a quadrilateral of priorities that is the basis of Evangelicalism. [10]
5. Pentecostalism (20th Century)

Most Pentecostal believe that one must be saved by believing in Jesus as their Savior; to be forgiven for their sins and to be pleasing to God. Like most other evangelicals, that the Bible is true and must be obeyed in decisions of faith, peaking in tongues is the sign of the Baptism of the Holy Spirit and is not required for salvation, and the Baptism of the Holy Spirit is a supernatural gift for ministry that one receives after they have become a Christian. Other Pentecostals believe in an "Acts 2:38" based salvation. This means a person needs to repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus. They then receive the Holy Spirit (Holy Ghost). In this belief, the Holy Spirit is required for salvation; which includes speaking in tongues. In this group, some Pentecostals churches baptize in the name of Jesus only, and some baptize in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. Pentecostal churches also believe that Jesus still heals the sick, with the power of the Holy Spirit.[12]

6. Baptist (17th Century)

Baptist churches do not have a central principal authority. Therefore, beliefs are not the same from one Baptist church to another, mainly beliefs that may be considered minor. However, on major issues, most are held in common among almost all Baptist churches. Baptists share so-called "orthodox" Christian beliefs with most other moderate or conservative Christian denominations. Some of them are beliefs about one God; Jesus' death, burial, and bodily resurrection; the Trinity (the divinity of Jesus and the Holy Spirit, together with God the Father); the need for salvation; grace; and evangelism and missions.[13]
Each of the Six main Protestant churches break down further in to sub-denominations that differ in many ways, some minor and some on a major scale. I plan a further breakdown of the six main churches as well as possible additions to this article in the future. I hope that the article has provided enough information to inspire further reading on the topic that caught your interest, while not being to much information for a person to digest. If you like the article please share it or comment below. This is a personal website and I will choose to respond to or delete hurtful or harmful comments directed towards any denomination listed above. With that being said if you have suggestions on improving this article, simply request for me to contact you in the comment section below or find me on one of the social networks.

REF[1-9,11-13] - simple.wikipedia.org - [1]Catholic Church Faith and Morals, [2]Christian denominations, [3]Christianity, [4]Eastern Orthodox Church, [5]Apostles' Creed, [6]Protestantism, [7]Lutheranism, [8]Calvinism, [9]Evangelicalism, [11]Anglican Communion, [12]Pentecostalism, [13]Baptist
REF[10] - en.wikipedia.org - Evangelicalism,
REF[14] - By Stained glass: Alfred Handel, d. 1946[2], photo:Toby Hudson (Own work)
[CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0), via Wikimedia Commons

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Lyrics: Bastille - Torn Apart

Bastille Torn Apart Song Lyrics 

Bastille Torn Apart Song Lyrics

"Torn Apart"
(vs. Grades)

I could only be myself with you around
Oh, with you around
And now there’s nothing left for me to think about
Whoa, to think about.

And it hurts like hell
To be torn apart
And it hurts like hell
To be thrown around

We were born to be together
Torn apart
Torn apart
We were born to be together
Torn apart
Torn apart

You stepped with a heavy tread,
And left your mark
Oh, oh, oh
Your mark on me

The space you used to fill it’s now this great black hole
Oh, oh, oh, oh
You’re out of sight but not out of my mind

And it hurts like hell
To be torn apart
And it hurts like hell
To be thrown around

We were born to be together
Torn apart
Torn apart
We were born to be together
Torn apart
Torn apart

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh.

We were born to be together
Torn apart
Torn apart
We were born to be together
Torn apart
Torn apart

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh.

My yin and yang is killin’ me
gotta get back, back to the synergy
don’t forget where I been but you’re gonna remember
when I shake my ass like a leaf of September.

I don’t mean to kill your vibe
but if you got it, you get it,
and I’ve been getting this shit for a long time

Happiness only brings heartache I’m so beyond naughty,
and if you don’t like it then why do you want me
I see ya, don’t front if I tickle the strings on your heart.

You play second fiddle to my instrumental
your critical nature departs in the middle of all of my riddles
you’ve given up trying and now you just tear me apart


ALBUMVS. (Other People's Heartache, Pt. III)

RELEASED: DEC 09, 2014

Bastille (stylised as BΔSTILLE) are an English rock band formed in London in 2010. They began as a solo project by singer-songwriter Dan Smith, who later decided to form a band. The four-piece is completed by Chris 'Woody' Wood, William Farquarson, and Kyle Simmons. The name of the band derives from Bastille Day – an event celebrated on Smith's birthday, 14 July.

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1953-1963 - Elizabeth II - Canadian Silver Dollar Coin Composition

$10 Gold George W Bush Coin Composition

1953–1964 - Elizabeth II - Canadian One Cent Coin Composition

1961-1987 - Un Centésimo - Chieftain Urraca Coin Composition

1965-1966 - Elizabeth II - Canadian Silver Dollar Coin Composition


1.  1884 CC - US 1878-1921 - Morgan Silver Dollar | OFCC: 20.68

2.  1963 - Canada 1953-1963 - Elizabeth II - Canadian Silver Dollar | OFCC: 90.264

3.  1887 - US 1878-1921 - Morgan Silver Dollar | OFCC: 20.412

4.  1939 S - US 1916-1945 Silver Mercury Dimes - Winged Liberty head | OFCC: 89.219

5.  1864 - US 1864–1873 Two-cent piece | Large Motto | 2C | OFCC: 54.101

6.  1950 G - Germany 1950-2001 1 Pfennig Deutscher Lander | OFCC: 75.251

7.  1959 - Canada 1953-1963 - Elizabeth II - Canadian Silver Dollar | OFCC: 90.260

8.  1968 - Canada 1968-1969 - Elizabeth II - Silver Dime | OFCC: 96.355

9.  2013 P - Australia 2013 - 1 oz Lunar Silver - Year of the Snake | OFCC: 107.399

10. 1975 - Gambia 1975 - 10 Dalasis - 10th Anniv. of Independence | OFCC: 56.105