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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Real change for America

There's been an ongoing debate for a quite a while now about whether the United States should follow Canada and get rid of paper one-dollar and two-dollar bills. It looks like the stalemate on the issue is finally being broken with this plan, which makes an awful lot of sense.

Comments (8)

Humor is always based in truth. This isn't funny.

Ah, John, lighten up. Of course the premise of the video is absurd... and it's sad that there's a segment of the population that doesn't see it as absurd, to be sure... but for the sake of argument accept the premise for a moment, and appreciate the humor that flows from it (there are kernels of truth in most of the attributes for the individual coins).

And come on. 100% depleted uranium doubloons? That's pure genius! :-D

I loved it! and it could happen!!!
I am sending this one on to my friends.

This isn't funny.

John, if you were going for an implication of untruth, you missed it, both in logic and in fact.

It is well done and very funny!

How in the heck will the us mints have time to coin those when they are busy pressing out new Ameros. I mean, they had to shut down the Denver mint last year for a month just to produce them.

If you don't know what I am talking about, google it.

Loved it. Course I'm an absurdist.

"How in the heck will the us mints have time to coin those when they are busy pressing out new Ameros."

I don't know about the rest of you but I personally can't wait for the black helicopters to begin delivering them.

Now about that Trilateral Commission.

Greg C

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