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This is a little different but my wife had a video showing two young people trying to use a rotary dial phone. We older people would really enjoy the things they went through trying to use the phone they comments from them were great.
It’s sad with all the research available that some people just don’t get 2.00 bills zinc pennies rotary phones stuff I took for granted growing up
On Mar 8, 2019, at 1:15 PM, Jim Pruitt <jpruitt67@...
I was in our local Fred Meyer (Kroger) store last
week. The older lady clerk commented to me that she had kept an
old style $20 bill in her register for some time and decided to
get rid of it. She said she handed it to a younger (20 maybe)
kid. She said the customer came unglued and accused her or
intentionally handing out counterfeit money! She called her
manager over who also tried to explain to the kid that it was in
fact real money, just older but he refused to accept it and said
he was going to report them to the police!
I am not a coin collector but suspect the old style $20 is worth
more than $20 (maybe not much but still worth more to a
collector). I suspect the same thing would happen if someone
these days received a 1943 penny (you know, the ones that were
not made out of copper but were made out of tin or something). I
will bet it will get thrown away like a Canadian penny would here
since banks won't take them (at least most banks here won't accept
Canadian coins or money).
On 3/8/2019 9:52 AM, Stephen Myers via
I am down here in Panama and when someone request a QSL card, they
usually put money in it to cover the cost of postage. On two
different occasions, I have rec $2.00 bills. I have them taped to
my computer here in the "shack". I often wonder what the clerk
would do if I tried to "pass" them! As I am not fluent in Spanish,
I would have a hard time trying to explain my way out of the