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Posted at 08:49 PM in Economic News, Humor | Permalink
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Well of course we need to print more money - we're running out of it.
What they should do is drop huge bundles of those $100 bills from high-flying airplanes. It's be like a lottery. You'd get some good ones, and some bad ones. If you tried to buy something with a bad one, the clerk would just say, "Ooops - sorry, this one's no good", crumple it up and throw it away. Then you could try with another one.
Dec 14, 2010 at 09:40 PM
Sort of a manna from heaven without the quality control.
Michael W. Kruse |
Dec 14, 2010 at 09:49 PM
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