Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by fretboard, Dec 21, 2020.
No, not spent yet but it will be soon!
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And those that are won't say no to the money.
That seems like a shame. Are they ill, or just in the wrong spot at the wrong time?
Looks like they’re right up against the house.
They are up close to the house. If the big one, over 60' tall, comes down in the next hurricane, it will destroy the house if it falls that way. If it falls away from the house, the root ball will destroy the front porch. Last year I took down a 60' tall one that was even closer to the back of the house. I hate to lose them, but it's just the only prudent thing to do.
My final entry is, if all the countries that the U.S. has been "loaning" money to since WWII, we would have plenty of money to help the homeless, the needy and the veterans.
No. My money goes where the need is. Most times, others know better than me who needs money. I do get ticked off when I see a person (non-gender) pay their grocery bill with a "food stamp" card and then gets in a car that is newer and in better shape, I still give to the needy.
And.. to keep with this thread... I am not going to use my money to buy coins.
We had a tree taken out this year about half that size, cost us $1,500. It was in a hard to get to place. Hope Uncle Sam covers most of it for you.
Those trees are beautiful in that setting.
got mine, direct deposit
Mine said Jan 4th but was there to spend immediately (in available balance).
$500. back in 1973 was a decent amount of money. It would cover 3 months of rent here in Calif. for a nice apartment. That same apartment in 2021 will cost you over $6000. for 3 months.
$600. in today's money won't go very far, especially here in Calif.
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