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CuriousWolfie

What can I use Iron for?

like iron in the sand. I have a whole tube...... not where can I get it. what is it good for?

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Sell it.

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CuriousWolfie
hehe or prank people
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Yup.
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TheMightyMouseGirl

Fish is a great source of Iron.

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DeclairedOk
Iron makes great sinkers to catch fish
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CuriousWolfie
wow. I think I'm going to run out! I never thought i'd say that
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DeclairedOk

Pour it into a mold and bake it at 2600 deg F. You can make a nice paperweight

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CuriousWolfie
never thought of that!
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Sorry for the change, I didn't see the fine print.
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CuriousWolfie
its fine. I like all ideas! the more the merrier. or however you spell it!
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Merrier work... It passed the spell checker
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CuriousWolfie
I thought so.. ;)
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You could throw it at a wall

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CuriousWolfie
better yet. CHUCK IT! haha thx for answering
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A man

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That's a fine man :)
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U know I was talkin bout iron man rite?
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CuriousWolfie
sorry? a man... made out of iron.. cn u explain more plz?
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CuriousWolfie
now I do!! lol im so dumb sometimes! haha
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Yep southern.. that's clever!
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iron is a type of club used in the sport of golf to propel the ball towards the hole. Irons typically have shorter shafts and smaller clubheads than the woods, the head is made of solid iron or steel, and the head's primary feature is a large, flat, angled face, usually scored with grooves. Irons are used in a wide variety of situations, typically from the teeing ground on shorter holes, from the fairway or rough as the player approaches the green, and to extract the ball from hazards, such as bunkers or even shallow water hazards.

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CuriousWolfie
wow.... but its bits and pieces like in sand. interesting though!
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Oh, the actual metal iron? Well in that case you might be looking at one of two things. Scrap metal or meteor fragments. If you have a bunch of meteor fragments they worth a lot more money than simply scrap metal. If you have strong enoucg magnets you could axtract the metal from the sand, but this may be a tedious process. Once you have extracted the metal you could sell it for scrap, or if it is meteor fragments you could sell it for more than just scrap. Get a sample get it checked out see what it's worth and if it's worth extracting. But dont tell them where you got it or they might say it's worhtless and then go get it themselves!
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Iron in the sand? A whole tube? Can't get to it?
What to do with something you cant get to?
Do nothing with it..

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CuriousWolfie
I ALREADY have the full tube!
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scrap it
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CuriousWolfie
with all these good ideas? nah... ima use one of these
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Good idea.. mine was terrible
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nah im glad you care enough to comment
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Spike_The_Hedgehog

Selling it!

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Iron is everywhere. In bogs, in dirt. Anyplace you see red soil, there is iron. Now if you find a iron meteorite that is something!

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