Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by meandyou4ever0, Sep 24, 2023.
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Here is one story of many.. sad
Neither the cashier nor the attending police officer had ever before seen a $2 bill.
Man Arrested Because a Best Buy Cashier Had Never Before Seen a Two-Dollar Bill (laughingsquid.com)
is rolling over in his grave, he had nearly
$2,000, in $2 bills taped under his dresser drawer which we discovered
when cleaning out his things, everybody
in this story should fired, from the cashier, manger even the cop obviously
they have there head in the ground !!
He is absolutely correct. If you're an American citizen and you don't know that $2 bills are part of our currency, you shouldn't be a cashier!!
I only have 2
Good thing you found it. When I was a kid, I was paranoid that an old WWI medal that my father got from his father would get stolen. So I got the great idea to hid it in my bedroom desk. So I taped it to the underside of one of the drawers. Problem is, I had completely forgotten about it and three years later, off that desk went to be donated. I didn't remember it taped inside until about a year after it was donated.
Have you ever tried to track it down from the place you donated it to?
It would be awesome if you could find that desk and your medal was still there taped underneath that drawer.
That’s a shame! Sorry it happened to you. That’s why you should tape things to back of family photos that hang on the wall.
My grandmother donated it to a family in town that was really down on their luck. I don't even know who the family was. My grandmother knew everyone in town since she'd been the town's Avon lady since the 50's or 60's. By the time I remembered it, I was in the Navy stationed in Japan (3 years later).
First time I saw one, I was about 10 years old. I knew they were real, but what I didn't know was that they aren't just from 1976. The first one I had seen was a 1976, so naturally, I figured it was a bicentennial edition only. I think it was 20 years ago when I realized that they weren't just from 1976.
Same here, I was 10 when my Dad took me down to the Post office to have it stamped. I didn't know why they did it. Just that the currency would be worth a lot more someday. Well, that day has yet to come.
I see $22. Enough for a Large. Pizza.
That's actually pretty cheap for a large pizza.
Well, not far off for store made pizza from "The Big Y store". Yummy!!
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