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April 07, 2005

It's hard to dance if you just lost your wallet. "Whoa! Where's my wallet? But, hey this song is funky..."

Monopoly Minimum Wage Laws in the States - January 1, 2005. Kansas - $2.65 an hour

Presidential Tax Returns. Individual income tax returns - including those of public figures - are private information, protected by law from unauthorized disclosure. Since the early 1970s, however, most US presidents have chosen to release their returns publicly. (From ”Found on the web”). More at the Tax History Museum

Chinese Hell Bank Notes, made to be burnt

How to borrow $25,000 from a stranger on the internet. Zopa - eBay meets credit unions by way of easyJet

Re-post: Sarah McLachlan's "World on Fire". How to save $149,985 on a music video with a budget of $150,000, and what to do with the surplus

You want to get into the market, but don’t have a lot of dough? Buy just one share

Pictures of Pennies: Stacks of pennies done without glue. Only the weight of the pennies provides the support

Big Spenders. It often takes a lifetime to amass a billion-dollar fortune. But how long does it take to blow a billion?

It had to happen: Ads appear on dollar bills

2005 Top 10 Threats to Investors

Quote above from the late Mitch Hedberg. Many More Unusual Stories about Money Here

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Ads on bills are a rip off of counterculture detournement. They are cutesy, "edgy" and clever without any serious substance beyond being parasitic and annoying. Harrumph.

Posted by: Harry at Apr 7, 2005 9:28:15 AM