MELINDA: Welcome back to Dragon Hoarders, I’m your host Melinda Doe. Now, Rustwyrm, tell me why you have this microprocessor from a 1984 PC Jr. on your hoard.
RUSTWYRM THE SCOURGE: Well, Melinda, there are trace amounts of gold in most computer circuits. As such, I felt this motherboard had a place in my hoard, until I could melt it down and refine the gold.
MELINDA: And how long have you had it, Rustwyrm?
RUSTWYRM THE SCOURGE: Since January 17, 1985, 5:17 AM MST. You have to understand, I was just starting out with my hoard at the time.
MELINDA: Do you really think, after 31 years, that you’ll ever go through the time and labor intensive process to refine it into gold?
RUSTWYRM THE SCOURGE: It also has sentimental value.
MELINDA: And the mountain of other motherboards?
RUSTWYRM THE SCOURGE: Also sentimental.
MELINDA: Rustwyrm, your cave is full and on the verge of collapse. You need to work with me on this. Now, be honest: keep, sell, or trash?
RUSTWYRM THE SCOURGE:…sell. I hear the Chinese pay a good price for this stuff.
MELINDA: Great. Now, what about this stack of Teenie Beanie Babies?