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 Post subject: Golden Flake NC tin
PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 9:44 am 
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I found this but I am unsure if this is the actual can design. Has anyone spotted any of these out in the stores yet?


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 Post subject: Re: Golden Flake NC tin
PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 9:51 am 
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What exactly is Golden Flake?

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 10:05 am 
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What exactly is Golden Flake?

Potato Chip company based out of Birmingham.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 10:20 am 
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I got one from 1992.

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Bear in 80 something..
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 1:34 pm 
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NJRollTide wrote:
What exactly is Golden Flake?


:nono:

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 Post subject: Re: Golden Flake NC tin
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There was a good reason Bear said they were a great pair...he owned a bunch of stock in those two companies. He owned like 5% of the Coca-Cola Co and something like 20% of Golden Flake. He never became a rich man from his coaching salary, he became a rich man because he was a superb businessman(his coaching salary was instrumental in him having some money to invest).


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NJRollTide wrote:
What exactly is Golden Flake?


I keep forgetting how deprived y'all are up north.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 2:06 pm 
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gobamajags wrote:
NJRollTide wrote:
What exactly is Golden Flake?


I keep forgetting how deprived y'all are up north.


Nah....its GTL all day everyday bro....(fist pumping computer screen)


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 Post subject: Re: Golden Flake NC tin
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He was well paid for the time. What's really disappointing about your post is 17,500 dollars from 1958 is roughly equal to 134,000 dollars now!

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Swagga wrote:
gobamajags wrote:
NJRollTide wrote:
What exactly is Golden Flake?


I keep forgetting how deprived y'all are up north.


Nah....its GTL all day everyday bro....(fist pumping computer screen)


What exactly is GTL?

:beer:

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NJRollTide wrote:
What exactly is Golden Flake?


NJRollTide must be a communist.


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OldPlayer wrote:
NJRollTide wrote:
What exactly is Golden Flake?


NJRollTide must be a communist.

Yankee, commie same thing.

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NJRollTide wrote:
What exactly is Golden Flake?


:nono:

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 Post subject: Re: Golden Flake NC tin
PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 4:49 pm 
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There was a good reason Bear said they were a great pair...he owned a bunch of stock in those two companies. He owned like 5% of the Coca-Cola Co and something like 20% of Golden Flake. He never became a rich man from his coaching salary, he became a rich man because he was a superb businessman(his coaching salary was instrumental in him having some money to invest).

Coach Bryant was no businessman, but he "acquired" some very good friends who were when he came back. :wink:


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 6:03 pm 
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bamachine wrote:
There was a good reason Bear said they were a great pair...he owned a bunch of stock in those two companies. He owned like 5% of the Coca-Cola Co and something like 20% of Golden Flake. He never became a rich man from his coaching salary, he became a rich man because he was a superb businessman(his coaching salary was instrumental in him having some money to invest).

Coach Bryant was no businessman, but he "acquired" some very good friends who were when he came back. :wink:


That is part of being a good businessman, associating with good ones, not the shoddy ones. Almost all of his investments turned to gold.

As for his low salary, he demanded that he make no more than a tenured professor. After some time at UA, a new thing cropped up, mostly based on Bryant, corporate sponsorships. Today's coaches have Bryant to thank for their lofty salaries. By the end, he was still only being paid the same as the tenured professors, by the university, but was making close to 3/4 million with corporate sponsorships.


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 Post subject: Re: Golden Flake NC tin
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I have an original Golden Flake Tin like this.

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 Post subject: Re: Golden Flake NC tin
PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 11:16 pm 
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Are we pretending that we wouldn't laugh at Auburn for getting all giddy about a d--n can of potato chips?

I get the nostalgia, but for goodness sake, its nothing more than a canister to hold greasy fattening food. I mean, does anyone decorate with this crap? How tacky can we be?


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 Post subject: Re: Golden Flake NC tin
PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2012 11:24 pm 
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bamachine wrote:
There was a good reason Bear said they were a great pair...he owned a bunch of stock in those two companies. He owned like 5% of the Coca-Cola Co and something like 20% of Golden Flake. He never became a rich man from his coaching salary, he became a rich man because he was a superb businessman(his coaching salary was instrumental in him having some money to invest).



5% of Coca-Cola would have made him a multi-millionaire, wouldn't it? Hell, I'm pretty sure even .5 percent would have. And in Bryant's time, too. When would he have bought it, and with what?

Not that Bryant ended up wanting for much of anything, one way or another. But I think this is way overstating his "investments." Just sayin'.


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 Post subject: Re: Golden Flake NC tin
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Wren57 wrote:
Are we pretending that we wouldn't laugh at Auburn for getting all giddy about a d--n can of potato chips?

I get the nostalgia, but for goodness sake, its nothing more than a canister to hold greasy fattening food. I mean, does anyone decorate with this crap? How tacky can we be?



I'd laugh at Auburn for getting all giddy about their "Auburn: Fourth in the SEC West" commemorative potato chip can. But I think once your teams wins the NC, as a fan, you can sit back and enjoy the silly things for a while, at least until NSD and the spring game.


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 Post subject: Re: Golden Flake NC tin
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Wren57 wrote:
Are we pretending that we wouldn't laugh at Auburn for getting all giddy about a d--n can of potato chips?

I get the nostalgia, but for goodness sake, its nothing more than a canister to hold greasy fattening food. I mean, does anyone decorate with this crap? How tacky can we be?


Dude lighten up, you are worried about what a barner would say about our potato chip can? Seriously? I thought Ron Paul folks didnt care what others thought and let them do their thing.

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bamachine wrote:
There was a good reason Bear said they were a great pair...he owned a bunch of stock in those two companies. He owned like 5% of the Coca-Cola Co and something like 20% of Golden Flake. He never became a rich man from his coaching salary, he became a rich man because he was a superb businessman(his coaching salary was instrumental in him having some money to invest).



5% of Coca-Cola would have made him a multi-millionaire, wouldn't it? Hell, I'm pretty sure even .5 percent would have. And in Bryant's time, too. When would he have bought it, and with what?

Not that Bryant ended up wanting for much of anything, one way or another. But I think this is way overstating his "investments." Just sayin'.


Coca-Cola wasn't near as huge at that time, as it is today. He did make millions off of it. Not sure about the exact percentage but I recall it was a pretty big chunk. I think they sold it off when Coca-Cola's stock plummeted withe the introduction of New Coke. There were a few ventures that didn't turn a profit for him, otherwise he would have been one of the richest men in the entire region. I read up on this so long ago, that my memory could be a little fuzzy. I just know he made a fortune off of Coca-Cola and Golden Flake. This is primarily why Bryant, Jr is so loaded today.


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rollntider wrote:
Wren57 wrote:
Are we pretending that we wouldn't laugh at Auburn for getting all giddy about a d--n can of potato chips?

I get the nostalgia, but for goodness sake, its nothing more than a canister to hold greasy fattening food. I mean, does anyone decorate with this crap? How tacky can we be?


Dude lighten up, you are worried about what a barner would say about our potato chip can? Seriously? I thought Ron Paul folks didnt care what others thought and let them do their thing.

My Sidewalk a-- can't wait to see what the Rings are going to look like.


I just think it's a little silly to get excited over a potato chip can, but to each his own I guess.


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