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#11
2's are the new one's.
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#12
I always found it funny America didn't have 2s until the 1970s, and then when they were introduced, nobody used them.

I had a first edition mint one that got lost a couple of divorces ago.

That's something guys don't talk about much - and I'm sure G knows it - when you get divorced, you tend to lose a lot of shit that means a lot more to you than the other party.

Maybe it's just me?
Love is... that one person whose freshly-warm toilet seat you don't find disgusting.
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#13
I didn't know about US$2 notes either. We had 'em but they've been switched to coins, long ago.
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#14
We keep trying to go to $1 coins, but people here keep confusing them with quarters (25¢ coins).

We need to just stop making the paper dollar and switch to coins.
I wonder why people mostly suck at having fun?- stanky
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#15
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fJv5kUjddc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8P80A8vy9I
I wonder why people mostly suck at having fun?- stanky
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#16
If i was a redneck, i'd beat-up the Bay City Rollers. Just for being alive.

good song, though.

Liza Minelli....


is everything ok, g-man?
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#17
(03-25-2019, 05:49 PM)stanky Wrote:  If i was a redneck, i'd beat-up the Bay City Rollers. Just for being alive.

good song, though.

Liza Minelli....


is everything ok, g-man?

Pretty much.

Was thinking of the Pink Floyd song, but decided that was too obvious.
I wonder why people mostly suck at having fun?- stanky
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#18
Right you were, too. I was also expecting that song when I clicked on Liza.

Well done, sir.
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#19
Hymns to Mammon, how pious of you Grayman.

We still have the odd mistake made with the coins but nothing too worrisome.
We refer to them as shrapnel. Bit's of metal of all shapes and sizes rattling around in purses and pockets and weighing us down if we accumulate too much but always running out just when you need small change.

There seems to be a law of physics governing the proliferation rate of coins that works on making them run out only when needed. I hope some math nerd is researching that.
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