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Here Is How Your New, Soon To Be Worthless Money, Will Look Like

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Judging by Ben Bernanke's recent abnormal behavior, we are quite confident the Fed forgot to add at least three zeroes to the latest version of the Benjamins. Here is how the government is spending money to recreate old money, just so it can print even more money.


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Wed, 04/21/2010 - 10:53 | 310776 Cursive
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Know it is real.

Lulz.  From the Treserve no less!  Hey, its missing a picture of a toilet seat.  It's also missing about 10 zeros.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:00 | 310797 lsbumblebee
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The bell does sort of look like a bed pan.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:23 | 310865 Cursive
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LOL.  Very symbolic.  You know how there's a spider web on the old 20 (haven't looked in a while)?  This is a sign.  The FRB is crapping on our liberties and laughing about it.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 16:33 | 311371 faustian bargain
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Did you notice the "it's" is spelled "its"? i guess they're not big on attending to the details there. I wonder what other errors there are.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 10:53 | 310777 Eally Ucked
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The only thing I know, it will be plastic to discourage all those critics of paper currency.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 10:55 | 310780 Cookie
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It will make great arse wipe...washable and re-usable!!

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:14 | 310838 WaterWings
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Especially with Geithner's name on it.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 10:58 | 310791 glenlloyd
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it will be dispensed in roll form and perforated. the big question is whether it will be moistened with oil to keep from scratching delicate posterior areas.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 10:59 | 310794 Sancho Ponzi
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To ensure long-term value, they should use weed rather than traditional paper/fiber. 

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:41 | 310912 Mont Bleu
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pretty smart comment actually! no one could call it a fiat currency any longer if they did so

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 10:59 | 310796 monsterfiver
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Too many "Supernotes" in circulation?

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:02 | 310802 Fritz
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Who would have thought that Zimbabwe would be a trendsetter?

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:03 | 310803 Eduardo
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WOW very cool ! It looks as good as gold and it restored my faith in Ben Bernanke

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:07 | 310804 jkruffin
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Where is the Hussein $3 bill?  I know they got ink to print that baby!!  LOL


Just think, if I put one Obama $3 bill, with two George $1 bills,  I can rent me a Lincoln from Timmy "Treasury" Geithner for .005% interest.  Sweet!

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:05 | 310807 buzzsaw99
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How am I supposed to wipe my ass with that?

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:08 | 310824 Eally Ucked
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Traditional way, results not guarantied. You can use bidet for final finish.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:24 | 310868 Miss Expectations
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For now you can use Wet $1's.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 13:18 | 311054 buzzsaw99
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Yeah, and when they do away with ones I can scrape myass with those brass plated quarter looking things. Good idea.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:43 | 310913 Pure Evil
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And please remember the sage words of singer Sheryl Crow to only use one Federal Reserve Note to wipe that ass so that you can do your part to help save the environment.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:05 | 310808 Attitude_Check
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Can't have folks counterfitting currency, and passing it on to us 'rubes.  Unless you are the Fed of course!

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:16 | 310841 jkruffin
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Just got off the phone with the FED,  they said they can't make the $3 Obama bill, because they don't have any BLACK ink, all they got is RED!!  LOL

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:16 | 310844 raydevereaux
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what makes ya think we will have any money?  Will GS allow that?

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:17 | 310847 Mae Kadoodie
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Is that Benjamin Franknanke with the Mona Lisa smile?

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:19 | 310848 potatomafia
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Um, what is the point of this new money??  To prevent counterfitors? HA!! 


I am not the least bit worried about my neighbor printing money, but I am pissed about the Federal Reserve/Governmnet.


Know its features, know its real?  WTF is real about it? 

Trying to instill confidence in the sheeple and its disgusting. 


Obey the money masters.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:24 | 310871 Cursive
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There is too much truth in this post.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:45 | 310923 Pure Evil
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They can put all the saftey features on it they want, won't stop the check-out girl at K-Mart from marking it with a black felt tip pen every time you present it to her for payment of store items.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:24 | 310852 Hansel
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This yahoo article says,

"It's part of an effort to stay ahead of counterfeiters as technology becomes more sophisticated and more dollars flow overseas..."

Would the overseas dollars have anything to do with the pallets of money we sent to Iraq? (someone help me out and post the picture)


Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:25 | 310879 DosZap
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"It's part of an effort to stay ahead of counterfeiters as technology becomes more sophisticated and more dollars flow overseas..."

With over two thirds of all US currency already overseas, what's the point?.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:37 | 310901 potatomafia
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"It's part of an effort to stay ahead of counterfeiters as technology becomes more sophisticated and more dollars flow overseas..."


This is a very misleading statement...  They are the counterfeiters, the people are the ones who should decide how to store and exchange their labor/productivity, HELLO!?

All of us at zero already know this, but out in the real world we have a very long uphill battle to change the minds of the majority out there.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 12:11 | 310990 chumbawamba
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All of us at zero already know this...

Do not assume this, you'll be disappointed.

I am Chumbawamba.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 14:04 | 311062 Cognitive Dissonance
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You statement carries so much truth. It is a terrible mistake to assume that two people exposed to the same information will assimilate and regurgitate it in the same manner. We all have the tendency to use what information fits our hopefully ever changing world view and discard the rest because it doesn't "fit".

I talked about this in my article about the consciousness, about the need to hold our world view gently like a butterfly rather than a heavy sack of potatoes, which we must hold tightly. If we are light with our touch, we can quickly and easily let go of our worldview for needed modifications and expansions and then just as easily pick it back up again to be used to further our understanding. We would all be surprised how much we miss/block on a daily basis. Alas, even this idea will be blocked by most.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 23:19 | 312001 Oracle of Kypseli
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CD, the what if.. question comes again.

The US may impose substitution and retiring of the old notes with a deadline. Oh Shit! moment arround the world.

Think of all the problems. How do you explain to your bank about the suitcase with 100k?

Turn all cash into silver and gold now.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 23:29 | 312020 SWRichmond
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That's a recipe for hyperinflation and they know it; all of those bills coming rushing home.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 13:34 | 311092 vanderrook
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Beat me to the obvoius comment: The Feds are the only ones who are counterfeiting...much worse than any [other] gang could...

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 12:04 | 310969 DosZap
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I do not see where that's a viable explanation, since 2/3rds+ of all printed US Currency is OUTSIDE the USA now.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:22 | 310863 Amish Hacker
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Am I just being picky, or should someone at this level of government know the difference between "its" and "it's?"

Doesn't exactly inspire confidence in our financial overlords, not that anybody should be feeling any.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:27 | 310884 dark pools of soros
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no one really cares about grammer/spelling...  and who cares about math either in this economy?

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 22:36 | 311927 Real Estate Geek
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Gotta love that ironic spelling of grammar!

(Sorry, but I couldn't resist.)

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:24 | 310870 crowned
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The government actually has a website called "Money Factory"!!!  At least they aren't trying to hide their intentions. 

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:24 | 310873 crowned
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The government actually has a website called "Money Factory"!!!  At least they aren't trying to hide their intentions. 

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:25 | 310875 crowned
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The government actually has a website called "Money Factory"!!!  At least they aren't trying to hide their intentions. 


Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:50 | 310937 Pure Evil
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Ah, three in a row.

Wonder if I junked you on one of them if it would show up on the other two?


Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:25 | 310877 dark pools of soros
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i'm trading all my gold for these!!!!!

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:45 | 310924 SWRichmond
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This is a recurring PR confidence-building stunt that Treasury does to show people just how "special" their "money" is.  Pure theater.  See not the "message", but the embedded message: "Your money is special!  It's sophisticated!  It's modern!  TRUST IT!"

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:52 | 310944 Pure Evil
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As Sheryl Crow says, one square a day makes the hemmorids go away.

Actually, with a $100 USD, you'd have to cut it in have to save money.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 12:18 | 311011 chumbawamba
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And there you have it.

I love how the $100 is printed in "GOLD"!!!

Oooooooooooh!  I'm mesmerized.  So makes me want to OWN and HOLD Federal Reserve Notes for the power and prestige they will bring to me when the SHTF.

Anyway, this is all for naught, as long as the old $100 bill without all the fancy bullshit is still accepted as legal tender.

And they know this.

This is panic.  Desperation.  Pathetic.

I am Chumbawamba.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 17:01 | 311418 DoChenRollingBearing
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Ahh, it is a nice looking banknote, but now I will be forced to flush out my old ones for gold (and get new FRNs from the bank when available).

Wonder how much longer the OLD $100 bills will be good for.

They saved the best for last.  Wish they did like Europe, printed 500 Euro (for us $) notes, save some space...

Well, when I'm back, it's off to the gold store again...  At least I now have my wife on board.

I am in Italy for now.

And you are not.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 13:31 | 311085 Sancho Ponzi
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Maybe they're making it trackable to limit tax revenue losses resulting from the expansion of the underground and black market economies.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:51 | 310942 Internet Tough Guy
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Monopoly money, and the Fed is banker and owns all the real state. Game over, man. Game over.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 12:06 | 310977 Biff Malibu
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18 days???  I don't mean to rain on anyone's parade, but we'll be lucky to last 18 hours!  We're screwed man!  We're all screwed!


Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:51 | 310943 Bigdaddydvo
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To think if I'm a bank I can borrow/gamble with the above for free thanks to ZIRP.

As the above comments have demonstrated, this ad is just about as big of a hanging curve ball as possible to the ZH crowd.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:53 | 310945 Joe Sixpack
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I think it needs an LED display where the amont is written (i.e., $100), and an RFID chip so you can walk by a bank and have the correct number of 0's updated on demand. www.Gold-Silver.US

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 11:59 | 310959 Bigdaddydvo
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The actual "printing press" is soooooooo yesterday.  It's all about computer keystrokes, man.  And Bernanke hits those keys like he's playing the 8-bit Nintendo version of Track and Field.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 12:03 | 310968 Double down
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Is that the Starbucks logo?

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 12:04 | 310973 Biff Malibu
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Unfortunately we are all going to have to get Ben Bernanke's mark to be able to transact any business with it.


Wed, 04/21/2010 - 12:14 | 310997 malek
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Well it's nice to see the US has, with a few decades lag, finally caught up with security features in notes used in countries like Switzerland (where noone has a problem if you pay with a 1000 SFr note in a big supermarket).

Now let's see how our counterfeiters adjust to that, maybe one day you will be able to pay with a $100 bill without every cashier breaking a sweat that it might be a falsified one...

For the short time until our dollars becomes entirely worthless anyway, that is.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 12:18 | 311009 Catullus
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Does it have an expiration dare? That's the uber-Keynesian wet dream.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 13:39 | 311110 potatomafia
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No, but after a certain period of time they self destruct...




aaaand its gone. (south park)


Wed, 04/21/2010 - 12:20 | 311018 Hephasteus
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The news is pumping "health" information. It's like being in class with a stupid fucked up teacher trying to regain control by telling us everything WE are doing wrong. Never mind all our stealing and all our bullcrap. You are eating too much salt.


Wed, 04/21/2010 - 12:21 | 311019 Eric W
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They left out some important info in the presentation.

Unfortunately, they don't say how many BTUs are in each, how easy they are to light and how fast they burn. It would be valuable to know how many it takes to equal a gallon of heating oil, for instance. Also, they don't mention the environmental impact of burning, are there any precautions you should take, or if they can be placed directly in a fireplace.

This will be important to know in a few years.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 13:18 | 311056 Captain Obviousness
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This is all so confusing to me.  Why is the government going to so much effort to make it harder to counterfeit?  I thought printing money was an economic stimulus???  Shouldn't counterfeiters be rewarded for their altruism? 

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 13:36 | 311097 potatomafia
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I was thinking the same thing..  buuuuut, that would mean that the people would see benefits to the counterfeiting, rather than the extended government ruling class.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 13:34 | 311090 potatomafia
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Will the bank take my gold/silver bullion in trade for these cool new Benjamins?


Funny, Germany has gold ATM's..  China has banks that will sell you gold/silver...  Our country demonizes it, and taxes the crap out of it, like you gain anything from holding it...  You merely preserve your past labor/production, and you are robbed of it by merely saving it in the form of dollars.  So you want to preserve it in gold?  TOO BAD, WE WILL TAX THAT TOO in order to prevent you from realizing the full fruits of your labor.

There are a few posters here that really understand the REAL problems with our monetary system that is debt money and exponential growth. 

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 17:06 | 311423 DoChenRollingBearing
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You can avoid taxes on gold by just giving it away real quiet...

If I get grandchildren, then that skips 2 (or more) taxation events.

Get at it mi hijita!

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 13:53 | 311121 e_goldstein
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They took the time to actually print the back of the notes?

Wow, my faith is restored :-/

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 13:56 | 311129 Mitchman
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This may be one lf the last times they have the time to do it.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 14:05 | 311143 dot_bust
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This issuance of new $100 Notes is all the more interesting when viewed in relation to the Chinese Yuan, which no longer appears to be fully pegged to the U.S. Dollar.

During the past week, the Yuan has begun to trade much differently. Usually, when the Dollar is up, the Yuan is up or at least flat. Not anymore. Now, when the Dollar is up, the Yuan is down.

What does this mean? I'm not sure. Comments anyone?

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 15:04 | 311154 JR
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The Feds expect revolt.  Money is a big part of economic revolt.  The government is worried about the people’s right to keep and bear arms, about the rising alertness of the populace, about the possibility of someone other than the bankers counterfeiting the currency, of money leaving the country.  In the Midwest groups already are calling for state militias, working on state legislation that in some ways will allow militias again.  That’s what’s coming; that’s what the people want. 

Destruction of the currency is a main aim of revolution--and it need not necessarily be a revolution from within, it could be orchestrated by a foreign power.  Imagine how easily the full technology of the Chinese government and her people could re-produce those dollars, albeit it with all their built-in bells and whistles and scratches.

Monday’s news stories showed a significant increase in non-aligned voters, people leaving both the Republican and Democrat parties and signing up as independents. Other news items reported that the tea party movement on Main Street is neither Democrat nor Republican.

As more and more people identify with neither party, the paranoid types in the government are becoming increasingly concerned about the rising anti-government feeling at home, backed up by polls that show more and more people dislike government and consider it a negative force in their lives.

In response, IMO, Government Sachs is re-gearing its currency to protect it from increasing attempts to counterfeit it and/or take it out of the country. The international banking cartel has no power except that piece of paper. Without that piece of paper the Federal Reserve is nothing but a name. Without control of that piece of paper, it can’t control government, it can’t control the U.S. army as militia, it can’t control the politicians, it can’t control the people.  It will stop at nothing to protect that piece of paper.

That’s why the most serious crime in the US is to counterfeit the money. That’s why when a bank is robbed or money is counterfeited, the police are not called. The FBI is called. It’s a Federal offense.

Incidentally, the wit on this thread puts the collective ZH IQ to the far right extremity of the Bell Curve.


Wed, 04/21/2010 - 17:17 | 311439 Apocalypse Now
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Nice comment.

I wonder if RFID chips are included, no mention of it on the site but all new passports now have RFID chips.

With RFID chips, you could track the transactions/movement of the paper just like credit card transactions.

I am sure they will create an incident and state it was all paid for with cash which is not traceable.  That will provide the excuse to go paperless or at the very least traceable paper.  This is what the global bankers want.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 22:19 | 311892 JR
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It’s out of out of hand—all over the world.

This is a fight to the finish—we must wipe them out.  We’re not going to come to some agreement where the banking cartel will be nice.  The more they manipulate and confiscate the wealth, the more they use the law as a weapon against the people, the more they become a target of the people.  We must override them.  And, at last, it has begun. 

Thanks for the alert. It cannot be allowed.  The line has been drawn.  Apocalypse Now!!!!

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 23:13 | 311991 Real Estate Geek
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I wonder if RFID chips are included, no mention of it on the site but all new passports now have RFID chips.


With RFID chips, you could track the transactions/movement of the paper just like credit card transactions.

A few seconds in a microwave will fry any RFID chip.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 14:32 | 311173 Mr Lennon Hendrix
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Wed, 04/21/2010 - 14:17 | 311174 Instant Karma
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Nice new $100. But we need some new $500s and $1000s. Inflation and all.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 14:17 | 311175 Instant Karma
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Nice new $100. But we need some new $500s and $1000s. Inflation and all.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 17:12 | 311432 DoChenRollingBearing
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Plus $500 (European computers...).

Still, whatever printing tricks they come up with, as new income comes in, I will buy, buy, buy gold, platinum and silver.

May sell my palladium when I get back though as it has had a nice run up.  Still, Pd is a nice & quiet little hedge vs. many things.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 14:39 | 311176 Mr Lennon Hendrix
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"The final bubble will be gold.  The gold bubble will be the last hurrah." -George Soros

The doelarr's history is unmatched.  Never before has a worthless FIAT IOU had such great acceptance.  The scale is massive; the world was leveraged at maximum.  So it went, day by day, the world turned.  The birds sang a morning tune, and the rivers flowed on.  Suffering was still prominent, as it is always present in nature, but at the forefront of the mind was extrinsic behavior, and due to complacency, many people held the said behavior over intrinsic instinct.  Even though this logic is false, it being accepted inspired thoughts of grandeur, and this ushers in the new toy, with the same value.  ZERO.

However, in the financial world, things were different.  Dams were busting, and diseases spred.  Interesting it was all going according to plan.  Bank lending will fall to the medium sized banks, this after the Majors fall into submissiveness to Congress et al.  Congress will force lending in the face of the currentsea.  So they steer towards volatile seas.  See you fools later.

The voyagers will attempt to leave this shore with head wimds, even though the seas are calm.  They may have the seasons time, but their sense of direction is not the only other failure.  They wish to travel to unforgiving lands.  Their work is horrible.  Let them go. 

After they leave we will have one more bonfire party tonight; play the music, and love in the night!  Do not worry, we are to bring the instruments, to play in celebration when we arrive.  Of course we practice along the journey too, we stay sharp bypractice.  For iron work, as well as jewelry.  We do work with metals. 

"When your shining, some chumps will want to dull ya." -Guru

The illustrious history of gold and silver is unrivaled.  Kings, Queens, and thieves have launched wars simply over the precious metals.  Gold and silver were the reasons to seize the Treasuries of Rome by Constantine, the metals were swiped by the Nazis during their terror (only to end up....where?), Yamasheetas gold through the 19th century-only to be had by Scull and Bones banksters, and the Armored trucks below the Word Trade Center on 9.11.01.

Blobflation Casino has taken over; not only the stock market, but the minds and hearts of its players.  Some are killing the poker tables, others are losing at the roulette table.  All around there are winners and losers, as there always has been.  The stakes are higher now though, and when great fortunes are made, great fortunes are lost.

The stock market is forced to go big or go home.  Bold moves must be played.  GE will tell us that their profits must be not only legitimate but real (Mark to Cocaine is a hellavu drug).  Breathing in the season is hard to do when time is busily spent at ill gotten work, yet it is all there is.

So the earth had come alive again!  For no sake of the big animals; we will hibernate.  Complaints still heard and registered.  If it is registered, will it then be sold as a positive for the economy, these higher stock prices?  If the volatility subsides for now, will America work at spending their re-funds like good little children?  Tell me, 'how much is a one ounce silver coin worth?'  Twenty dollars.  How many do you want?

Nickolaz Sarkozy is no good guy, merely a pimp of a higher order.  The beast has two heads and spew lies from both mouths.  State and banking, separation non withstanding.  At dinner on April 16th he fortified his authority.  "Fuck you, Goldman Sachs.  I am your daddy, and I am going to get some too!  And if this volcano erupts further, and we can not buy any crap from Asia, do not worry, we will still buy gold."

There is an impressive thing happening here.  Because of Hekla, the Icelandic volcano, there might be a little air blown into the doelarr for the next month.  The effects:

First, the doelarr "strength" to continue tightening the trading range of Euro/USD.  The move to $1.30 will happen quick, in the next week or two.  DXY to stay at 81.  Gold and silver will continue to make nominal highs against the Euro, as well as the doelarr.  Then there will be a move down to $1.25 Euro USD with the DXY staying at 81.  By late May, the pressure from the doelarr will have peaked, as the State budgets of Amererica will once again be addressed. California, will legalizing pot combine with personal investment by Walled Street in Hollywood save your ship?

Hollywood Bulletin!!  Hollywood goes public!  The Future is Now!  "I'm buying."   James Cramer said, plain faced to "Cramerica", his made up realm of market serfs.  Also flaunting the new Hollywood Futures Exchange, Christina Romer.  "It is a wonderful chance for everyone to participate in the movie industry."  The CEO went on after her at the press conference.  "For our new 'land' of "Today Sucks" themed section of Disney World, you have the ability to make out with Megan Fox's virtual self from her straight to DVD film, "Sex, Lies, Faces".  How extreme will Hollywood get?  Will they be bought up by Apple?  Steve Jobs picks up MGM Grand?  How personal will this trading become?  Will people have the ability to invest their 401ks in Cantor/Fitzgerald Xchange?  What is money anyway?  I digress.

Will folks in Hollywood feel regret and show concern of the decision?  1)  How long will Hollywood last in the clutches of Walled Street?  2)  How will this bubble work?  3)  How much leverage will it create?

What the hell is BS doing?

The "currentsea bubble" is a misnomer.  Any FIAT will have waves.  Flooding is happen stance in Europe and America; it was formally a way of life.  Mother earth changes.  Still geographically true, and by the grace of technology, in the said States, flooding is a quelled thing.  So far the above States have enjoyed economic escape from flooding as well; they have had sure currentseas.  This status was achieved seemingly due to superiority of grace, and wits. 

How much does a militia cost?  Army, Navy, Air Force, CIA, FBI, IRS, ATF, FEMA, ETC.

This is weight on the scale on the side of the doelarr.  The dollar was supposed to hold weight in the first place.  This is a mighty load. 

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 17:16 | 311438 DoChenRollingBearing
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Great screed Mr Lennon H.

I have to remember to buy more ammo upon my return as well as gold.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 14:26 | 311178 Mr Lennon Hendrix
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Wed, 04/21/2010 - 15:12 | 311247 jg
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Misspelling on the government website:

'...Know Its Real...'

should be

'...Know It Is Real...' --> '...Know It's Real...'


Wed, 04/21/2010 - 15:28 | 311266 Mr Lennon Hendrix
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"Know it's Re'Al."


Thu, 04/22/2010 - 13:28 | 313122 WaterWings
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Wed, 04/21/2010 - 16:44 | 311390 faustian bargain
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I think they're just keepin' it know, 'cuz proper spelling is so elitist.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 15:16 | 311254 Madcow
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The UST is going to spend the next 5 years trying to raise $Trillions of dollars that it has ALREADY SPENT.


Wed, 04/21/2010 - 16:25 | 311359 Buck Johnson
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They had to make a new super note, because so much of our super notes are out in the world.  Also its a smoke screen for the continuation of the dollar for awhile.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 16:40 | 311382 Fix It Again Timmy
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next new version will be made out of hemp impregnated with a liberal dose of THC - interest rates won't be the only thing getting higher...

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 16:49 | 311400 Fix It Again Timmy
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Wow, that design is so awesome, I'll pay at least $125 for that $100 bill!!

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 18:15 | 311507 JX
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I like how the bell is in an inkwell.  How symbolic-we're drowning in ink here.

Wed, 04/21/2010 - 21:31 | 311823 excellent
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Being young as I am, I can thoroughly see the entirity of the ridiculousness of the coming events to be a large deterrent to my trying to excel at anything related or pertaining to both the immediate enrichment of any possible employers, or the accumulation of any sort of wealth.



It's much more fun to be on the bandwagon taking down the landed class, as per any sort of historical fixture in time.

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