Double date 2009 series #1frn

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  1. Spiritawahili

    Spiritawahili Member

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    From my research there is a tremendous amount of history in these two dates. Viewpoints greatly appreciated.
     
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  3. Legomaster1

    Legomaster1 Cointalk Patron

    I can't recall anything especially remarkable about 2015, and with 1992, other than the 1992 US election, and the dissolution or Yugoslavia, no other major events come to mind. But then again, to each his own- if those dates mean something to you, then keep it.

    In my opinion, a cool dual date would be 19171991 or 17761976.
     
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  4. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

  5. Spiritawahili

    Spiritawahili Member

    Wow... lol https://www.infoplease.com/year/1992

    Yugoslav Federation broken up (Jan. 15). US recognizes three former Yugoslav republics (April 7). UN expels Serbian-dominated Yugoslavia (Sept. 22).
    Bush and Yeltsin proclaim a formal end to the Cold War (Feb. 1).
    General Manuel Noriega, former leader of Panama, convicted in US court (April 9) and sentenced to 40 years on drug charges (July 10).
    • US forces leave Philippines, ending nearly a CENTURY of American military presence (Nov. 24).
    • Czechoslovak Parliament approves separation into two nations (Nov. 25). Background: Czech Republic and Slovakia
    • UN approves US-led force to guard food for Somalia (Dec. 3)

    North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) signed (Dec. 17).
    Four officers acquitted in Los Angeles beating of Rodney King; violence erupts in Los Angeles (April 29

    • Four officers acquitted in Los Angeles beating of Rodney King; violence erupts in Los Angeles (April 29 et seq.).
    • Caspar W. Weinberger indicted in Iran-Contra affair (June 16).
    • US Supreme Court reaffirms right to abortion (June 29).
    • Democratic convention nominates Bill Clinton and Al Gore (July 1).
    • Court clears Exxon Valdez skipper (July 10). Background: Oil Spills
    • Four police officers indicted in Rodney King beating (Aug. 5).
    • Republicans renominate Bush and Quayle (Aug. 20).
    • Senate ratifies second Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (Oct. 1).
    • Bill Clinton elected President, Al Gore Vice President; Democrats keep control of Congress (Nov. 3).
    • Bush pardons former Reagan Administration officials involved in Iran-Contra affair (Dec. 24).
    • A text-based Web browser is made available to the public (Jan.); within a few years, millions of people become regular users of the World Wide Web. Background: Computers and Internet
    • 172 nations various address issues of environmental protection and sustainable development at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Some sign binding agreements to minimize global climate change and preserve biodiversity. Background: Environment & Nature
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    Really guys.? I have looked into your posts Paddyman. Your comment on this post is what you say most of the time. You are in your 70's if I remember right, and do not like the new era of coin collecting and FRN'S. The new Generation X as some call it. Since I believe you are in a place where you come here into Cointalk and express your dislike towards anyone actually being happy and getting real info concerning their finds. You are the Dream Killer. Native people talk of souls like this. Anyone who is hateful and resentful of other people's happiness continually express their dislike for someone else's treasure. It would be advantageous for you to accept your own path in Life and you choice it to be the way it has turned out.
    Tell me what is it that you are resentful of? All of these people who have hurt you in the past and you cannot get over it? Also, I would like to ask you how many people have you hurt and you feel regret for? Isn't is time to let go of all that judgement? Better now, than too Late. Do you really want to lay in your death bed and recount all of your life's experiences and wished to God Himself that you would have done it differently?
     
  6. Spiritawahili

    Spiritawahili Member

    Paddyman? Do you see how you have chosen... no common sense and a yawn emoji for your Avatar. And look at my Avatar. My Avatar is life affirming. Yours is a complete disrepect for The very Life that gave you Life. Who in your family have you not forgiven? Have you forgiven yourself for the pain you have helped cause? It is ok my friend. Live this day like it is the Best Day of Your Life. : )
     
  7. Spiritawahili

    Spiritawahili Member

    Lego Master... It is interesting to me how you have 1.119 posts and only have 2 followers...

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    Not that this is a problem. No, Not at all. So, you like the joy you had as a child having fun with legos? and you like the prestige of Andrew Jackson.
    who was an American soldier and statesman. And... Jackson gained fame as a general in the United States Army and served in both houses of Congress. As president, Jackson sought to advance the rights of the "common man"[1] against a "corrupt aristocracy"[2] and to preserve the Union.
    In other words you befriend the little guy, the underdog?
     
  8. Spiritawahili

    Spiritawahili Member

    Kudos to you my friend. Keep up the good work. : )
     
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  9. eric6794

    eric6794 Well-Known Member

    either way you have ink on your note which will subtract from any possible value.
     
  10. Spiritawahili

    Spiritawahili Member

    Now how do you know that every person on the planet who might be interested in this kind of note is going to feel the way you do? In my research, which is very extensive, A person I know had a note that was desirable to him and bought it because it had some ink on it. Thanks for the comment. Life is full of haters. lol You have been here since Oct 20 2015 and still do not have a best answer in your profile. Why is that my friend. I would think after thousands of posts a man could get at least 1 best answer. Don't hate on me because I am... Love yourself and get over it : )
     
  11. Spiritawahili

    Spiritawahili Member

    What can you trade for those trophy points. I sure would like some of those trophies. That way I can trade them for my new born babies shoes.
     
  12. Nathan401

    Nathan401 Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Supporter

    You said, “ viewpoints greatly appreciated.”
    You went on to trash all those viewpoints. If you love this note, keep it.
     
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  13. eric6794

    eric6794 Well-Known Member

    It's a troll invasion coins and paper money, seems like they want people to argue with them for some reason. For the life of me I do not know why.
     
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  14. James Shields

    James Shields Active Member

    Typical Headstone notes have the early date first and the later date second. If you like it, keep it.

    @Spiritawahili, your editorials about the other members are uncalled for and in poor taste. If you don’t like or agree with their opinion, that’s one thing, but personal attacks on members of a public forum is frowned upon. Kind of a dick move.
     
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  15. Spiritawahili

    Spiritawahili Member

    if a person would really look at what I'm saying they would say it's not a personal attack at all. a personal attack is when someone calls someone a name, or says, only intelligent people draw the Ford and not a Chevy or lives in a certain town, or is is a certain race, I never said anything about not liking the posts, now did I? that's your assumption.
    Eric, not a troll Invasion at all. my viewpoints come from a spiritual perspective.
    this comment I made...>What can you trade for those trophy points. I sure would like some of those trophies. That way I can trade them for my new born babies shoes<...end comment. I hear these jokes all the time in your Society and much worse. we will do a test... my next post will be about a coin or a bill I found. and let's see how many people can restrain themselves from making silly little statements. smile it's not that bad. :singing:

    Love yourself and get over it : )
     
  16. PlanoSteve

    PlanoSteve Well-Known Member

    @Spiritawahili, say NO to drugs...if you can...oh, you can't? Here's an emoji for ya...:yack:
     
  17. Spiritawahili

    Spiritawahili Member

    I like that one... got to get a rise out of somebody... to say something other than "spend it" and "nothing significant happened in those years" I think it's pretty significant that what happened in 1992 was one of the events that is directly responsible for the entire planet to have the internet. after the African American community in this country and throughout the world that those four officers got acquitted. "When the verdict came out, it was a stunner for people coast to coast. My jaw dropped," says Jody David Armour, a criminal justice and law professor at the University of Southern California. not very significant.
    what upsets me is I bet Paddy man has extensive knowledge of coins and paper money and he is not sharing that knowledge. he can choose not to share that knowledge and I choose to voice my opinion about it. if any of you don't want to share your knowledge about coins and paper money, I'll get my information somewhere else. be blessed
     
  18. PlanoSteve

    PlanoSteve Well-Known Member

    Every year has significant happenings...your note is a spender! And I am very blessed (& not just because I'm a CT member), I don't need your encouragement.

    Don't let the door...:jawdrop::woot:
     
  19. Jim Dale

    Jim Dale Active Member

    I don't agree with the personal attacks that has been entered one after another. I don't believe this is the forum by which we judge other people. That will come later when we face our maker or whatever you call your Deity. Can we focus on our hobby? I'm not the best person in the world but my che-weenie loves me. Thanks to y'all for your great input.
     
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  20. CaptainMK

    CaptainMK Active Member

    Kinda cool but for me it would be a spender, doesn't mean someone else would love this bill tho
     
  21. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    I've never heard of using the first four and last four digits in the serial number to make two separate years and call them fancy. To each his own but to me, this note is a spender. Besides, it's damaged. It's been written on so any value has been destroyed.
     
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