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American Digger is an Awesome Show

Saint Augustine : FL : USA | Jun 07, 2012 at 3:22 PM PDT
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I watched the final episode of the first season of 'American Digger' yesterday evening. This series on Spike TV follows former wrestler Ric Savage and his crew around the USA searching for artifacts that are over 100 years old.

They use historical documentation and topographical maps in order to determine which properties could have artifacts buried underground. Savage and his crew then go to the area. He first goes door to door in their desired digging area to gain permission to dig on the homeowner's property.

The property owner has to do absolutely nothing. His company does all of the digging and puts everything back to normal after they are done. They sell whatever they find and give the homeowner a 20% split. That means that the homeowner receives free money.

However, this show proves that there are so many morons live in this country because he is constantly denied access to dig. Every week on the show, numerous numbnuts deny themselves from obtaining free money.

Spike TV, please bring back another season of American Digger so that I can see more idiots turn down free money.

Adrian Holman is based in Joliet, Illinois, United States of America, and is an Anchor for Allvoices.
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