check this out
"I honestly don't know what went into me," he told Judge Salem Ahto. "I never did anything bad before. I know it was a horrible, horrible, horrible mistake that I made."
And he kept on doing it. (sigh) some people.
Link doesnt work for me
Yeah, me neither.
Hmmmmm. Works for me. It is however, a news link from @home member services. Guess if you don't have @home, your out of luck
Here, I copied it to my homepage, here's a link for those interested here
[This message has been edited by RCN_Moose (edited 07-01-2000).]
The link should work now. If you remove the home- from the link everyone should be able to access it.
[This message has been edited by jad1097 (edited 07-01-2000).]
Despite the Treasury changing the look of our bills fairly recently, ostensibly for the purpose of reducing counterfeiting, things have come to the point where I cannot go to a Wal-Mart or Office Depot without having to watch the cashier take a yellow marks-a-lot to the bill (Some fading-ink special tool for identifying counterfeits).
I was a cashier for many years at a convenience store. I had three people attempt to pass bills I felt were bogus. I refused them. No telling how many counterfeits actually got by me, but they must have been darn good ones, for the ones I refused were on the right paper, and the main giveaway on one was the faint impression of other printing (a $1?) underneath, which led me to flex the bill and notice cracks in the printing appear-- toner does that, not intaglio printing.
If these minors were getting away with it, what do you think of the cashiers ACCEPTING the bills, probably on ink-jet paper and water-soluble inks?
No doubt. One of the biggest identifiers of our currentcy is the way it feels not the way it looks. The paper is 50% cotten. And if you're dealing with handling bills all day long, I can't imagine one would get by you unless it was on the proper paper, such as when they beach a $1 bill and print $100 on it.
hey thanxs alot Jad and Moose appericate it much
too young??? bull
On my planet, such naughty little boys are punished severely. So are their parents. - 8-Ball
We should do that here. - Elf
Yeah really. He just has probation. I would think it would be worse than that, even if he was a minor at the time. C'mon, should add like 300 hours of community service and have him pay a large fine.
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