Strippers hate it when you fling these coins at them.
After a few months, nobody gave a crap
On visits to the States, I often ended my day with an assload of $1 bills crammed in my wallet to the point that putting my wallet back in my pocket was like watching those old circus acts where strongmen would fold a phone book in four.
Why do Americans have such a peculiar attachment to their particular arrangement of notes and coins? Most other countries have been able to make these sorts of changes with pretty minimal opposition.
4 dollar coins are much heavier than 4 paper bills
I currently have around 11 one-dollar bills in my wallet. Imagine the weight difference of my purse.
All your other assumptions are pretty awful and baseless (...) Why can't he take checks
Actually, anyone living a cash-only lifestyle already knows that you can go into nearly any grocery or big-box store these days and purchase a pre-paid Visa (or other maker) card which allows you to make online purchases without needing a credit card.
All your other assumptions are pretty awful and baseless.
Congress plans to spend $550 million to buy eight jets, a substantial upgrade to the fleet used by federal officials at a time when lawmakers have criticized the use of corporate jets by companies receiving taxpayer funds. ... Geoff Morrell, the Pentagon press secretary, said the Department of Defense didn't request the additional planes and doesn't need them
By comparison, 42 per cent of consumers said they would support abolishing the penny, while 33 per cent said they would oppose the move. One-quarter of respondents said they were neutral.
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