Will the fed monetize toilet paper?

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  1. green18

    green18 Unknown member Sweet on Commemorative Coins Supporter

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  3. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    Rodney. Will it look like Jesus
     
  4. green18

    green18 Unknown member Sweet on Commemorative Coins Supporter

    rofl.gif rofl.gif
     
  5. Cheech9712

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    Lol. Only you can go there
     
  6. Cheech9712

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    Thats funny
     
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  8. green18

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    And, as an extra added bonus, we'll throw in an 'original' pet rock..........
     
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  9. juris klavins

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    Pawn Stars would typically offer $2 for the whole lot & sell it for hundreds :rolleyes:
     
  10. midas1

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    Not a limited strike. Clearly not MS70 Might be UNC.
    Circulated TP is easy to spot due to the streaks.
     
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  11. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    It will be soon, and when it is the transition will be a flushing success.
    or maybe just go down the toilet ... either way, it will end up in the same place.
     
  12. midas1

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    They'd probably have to call in at least two outside appraisers for this one.
     
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    Mr. Whipple and that stupid cartoon bear?
     
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  14. longnine009

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  15. medoraman

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    Well @longnine009 I think some here would say monetizing toilet paper would be a step up from what they do now, at least the currency would have a use once its value got inflated away.....

    On the other hand, we keep printing them and the world keeps demanding them. The USD keeps getting stronger. So who is the greater fool, the US printing more and more dollars or the world keep valuing them more and more?
     
  16. longnine009

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    I'm not sure they had a lot of choices but the world is the greater fool for denominating their debt in dollars. Now they have to service that debt with a continually rising dollar which creates more demand. Defaults and "challenges" stemming from rising dollar value just causes more demand for dollars when capital flees the freak show and comes over here. Chain reactions usually don't end well do they? The debt zoo has only just begun. The dollar, IMO, is strutting like Mick Jagger. At least for now.

     
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  17. Fender Bender

    Fender Bender Member

    Nice to see some humor about the current situation.

    Humor helps us get thru the down times.
     
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