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Subj:     Banking And Money Supp
                 (Includes 60 jokes and articles, 26 1036n,38,cf,wYT4,33)

          Click "Here" for Banking-Supp2


Dollar Sign  from
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Includes the following:  Ripley's Believe It Or Not! (S675 in Supp2)
.........................Banker Goes Fishing (S275b in Supp2)
.........................Mount Rushmore Money By Paul Paquet (S843 in Supp2)
.........................Robbery At The Cirlce-K (S348b in Supp2)
.........................Credit Card RFID Theft - Video (S790 in Supp2)
.........................Amazing Mind Reader Reveals His 'Gift'-Video (S821-Supp2)
.........................How Not To Do A Robbery (DU in Supp)
.........................How To Legally Rob A Bank - Video (S781 in Supp2)
.........................Money Facts (S448b in Supp2)
.........................Jessica Jackley: Poverty, Money, and Love-Vid(S738-Supp2)
.........................Red Tape At The Bank (S709b in Supp2)
.........................Bank Robbery Gone Wrong! - Videos (S691b in Supp2)
.........................Dollar Origami (S675 in Supp2)
.........................Marcus T. Cicero's Quotation About Money (S697b in Supp2)
.........................Identity Theft - NOT A Joke (S414 in Supp2)
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.........................B.C. Comic Strip (S650b)
.........................10 Biggest Retirement Mistakes (S662)
.........................A Stimulus Story (S647)
.........................Candorville Comic Strip (S1034)
.........................Fred Thompson On The Economy - Video (S622)
.........................Inheriting From Sickly Father (S521b)
.........................Big Lottery Winners - Video (S589c)
.........................An Old Lady's Letter To Her Bank (S610c)
.........................Dollar Koi Fish (S620)
.........................Cancel Your Credit Cards Before You Die (S489b)
.........................Nobel Peace Prize Winner Brings Hope (S508c)
.........................Ripley's Believe It Or Not! (S625b)
.........................Short Banking-Supp Jokes
..............................Dilbert Comic Strip (S819 in Supp2)
..............................The Born Loser Sunday Comic Strip (S795 in Supp2)
..............................Clay Bennett's Political Cartoons (S774 in Supp2)
..............................Doonesbury's Sunday Comic Strip (S762 in Supp2)
..............................Maxine, "The Economy Is So Bad...." (S761 in Supp2)
..............................Non Sequitur Sunday Comic Strip (S714b in Supp2)
..............................Pickles Sunday Comic Strip (S713 in Supp2)
..............................The New $100 Note Unveiling - Video (S693b in Supp2)
..............................Warren Buffet - PPS (S687b in Supp2)
..............................Financial Planning (S682b in Supp2)
..............................An Uneven Wealth Recovery (S850 in Supp2)
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..............................Dilbert Comic Strip (S659)
..............................U.S. Debt Clock (S648b)
..............................Dennis the Menace (S643c)
..............................Ripley's Believe It Or Not! III (S660)
..............................Carlson Political Cartoon (S640c)
..............................Herman Cartoon II (S640c)
..............................Herman Cartoon (S639b)
..............................Beetle Bailey Comic Strips (S638c)
..............................Rugrats Comic Strip (S637)
..............................Chip Bok Political Cartoon (S637c)
..............................What Exactly Is One Trillion Dollars? (S636b)
..............................Vocabulary Word For The Day, Liquidity (S630b)
..............................Momma Comic Strip (S622b)
..............................A Thomas Jefferson Quote On Banking (S621)
..............................Frank And Ernest Comic Strips (S618b)
..............................Andy Capp Comic Strip II (S617b)
..............................The New Dollar Bill (S609)
..............................Funny Money Quiz (S612)
..............................The 'Brief' Safe (S614c)
..............................Andy Capp Comic Strip (S605c)
..............................Pooh Comic Strip (S602c)
..............................Where Bad Credit Hurts the Most (S599)
..............................The Moneylender (SZ589b)
..............................The New Bush Coins (S583b)
..............................Bank Robber Shoots Witnesses (S580c, S673)
..............................3M - Security Glass (S573b)
..............................Quarter Backs (S557)
..............................Money And Manure (S533c)
..............................Penny And Money Quizes (S482b)
..............................Currency Exchange At Bank (S472c, S746)
..............................Piggy Bank - Game (S460b)
..............................Money Problems Sign (S450)
..............................Ripley's Believe It Or Not! II (S637c)

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Subj:     B.C. Comic Strip (S650b)
          By Johnny Hart (1931-2007) on 6/25/2009
..........At: http://www.gocomics.com/bc/2009/06/25
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Subj:     10 Biggest Retirement Mistakes (S662)
          From: AOL.com on 9/17/2009
 Source: (Removed from walletpop.com)
Picture from
ScrapeTV.com

 Retirement expert Dan Solin, author of the newly published
 book 'The Smartest Retirement Book You'll Ever Read,' takes
 a look at the ten biggest money mistakes a retiree can make.
 Click 'HERE' to read about this important topic.

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Subj:     A Stimulus Story (S647)
          From: tom on 6/4/2009

 It is the month of August on the shores of the  Black Sea.
 It is raining, and the little town looks totally deserted.
 It is tough times, everybody is in debt, and everybody
 lives on credit.

 Suddenly, a rich tourist comes to town.

 He enters the only hotel, lays a 100 Euro note on the
 reception counter, and goes to inspect the rooms upstairs
 to pick one.

 The hotel proprietor takes the 100 Euro note and runs to
 pay his debt to the butcher.

 The Butcher takes the 100 Euro note and runs to pay his
 debt to the pig farmer.

 The pig farmer takes the 100 Euro note and runs to pay his
 debt to the supplier of his feed and fuel.

 The supplier of feed and fuel takes the 100 Euro note and
 runs to pay his debt to the town's prostitute that in these
 hard times, gave her "services" on credit.

 The hooker runs to the hotel, and pays off her debt with
 the 100 Euro note to the hotel proprietor to pay for the
 rooms that she rented when she brought her clients there.

 The hotel proprietor then lays the 100 Euro note back on
 the counter so that the rich tourist will not suspect
 anything.

 At that moment, the rich tourist comes down after inspecting
 the rooms, and takes his 100 Euro note, after saying that he
 did not like any of the rooms, and leaves town.

 No one earned anything.  However, the whole town is now
 without debt, and looks to the future with a lot of optimism.

 And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how the US Government is
 doing business today.

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Subj:     Candorville Comic Strip (S1034)
          By Darrin Bell on 11/1/2016
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/candorville/2016/11/01
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Subj:     Fred Thompson On The Economy (S622d)
          From: ICohen
          on 12/10/2008
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/RKc4XFK0iVY

 Fred Thompson gives us a dose of common sense about
 the economy and the government action to rescue it.
 It's a masterpiece of sarcasm and wit, and almost
 impossible to excerpt.  You can view this very
 revealing video by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     Inheriting From Sickly Father (S521b)
          From: allenbergman on 10/31/2006

 When John found out he was going to inherit a fortune on the
 death of his sickly father, he decided he needed a woman to
 enjoy it with.

 So one evening he went to a singles bar where he spotted the
 most beautiful woman he had ever seen.  Her natural beauty
 took his breath away.

 "I may look like just an ordinary man," he said as he walked
 up to her, but in just a week or two, my father will die, and
 I'll inherit 20 million dollars."

 So impressed was the woman that she went home with him that
 evening and three days later became his stepmother.  Women
 are so much smarter than men...

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Subj:     Big Lottery Winners (S589c,d)
          From: darrellvip on 5/1/2008
 At: https://www.youtube.com/embed/mZBhWjzdU_4

 You can see this cute, short video from the Jimmy Kimmel
 Show by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     An Old Lady's Letter To Her Bank (S610c)
         From: johnpatten on 9/4/2008

 Shown below is an actual letter that was sent to a bank by
 an 86-year-old woman.  The bank manager thought it amusing
 enough to have it published in the New York Times.

 Dear Sir:

 I am writing to thank you for bouncing my check with which
 I endeavored to pay my plumber last month.  By my calcula-
 tions, three nanoseconds must have elapsed between his
 presenting the check and the arrival in my account of the
 funds needed to honor it.  I refer, of course, to the
 automatic monthly deposit of my entire pension, an arrange-
 ment which, I admit, has been in place for only eight years.
 You are to be commended for seizing that brief window of
 opportunity and also for debiting my account $30 by way of
 penalty for the inconvenience caused to your bank.  My
 thankfulness springs from the manner in which this incident
 has caused me to rethink my er rant financial ways.

 I noticed that, whereas I personally answer your telephone
 calls and letters - when I try to contact you, I am
 confronted by the impersonal, overcharging, pre-recorded,
 faceless entity which your bank has become.

 From now on, I, like you, choose only to deal with a flesh-
 and-blood person.  My mortgage and loan repayments will
 therefore and hereafter no longer be automatic, but will
 arrive at your bank, by check, addressed personally and
 confidentially to an employee at your bank whom you must
 nominate.

 Be aware that it is an offense under the Postal Act for
 any other person to open such an envelope.  Please find
 attached an Application Contact which I require your
 chosen employee to complete.  I am sorry it runs to
 eight pages, but in order that I know as much about him
 or her as your bank knows about me, there is no alter-
 native.  Please note that all copies of his or her
 medical history must be countersigned by a Notary
 Public and the mandatory details of his/her financial
 situation (income, debts, assets, and liabilities) must
 be accompanied by documented proof.  In due course, at
 MY convenience, I will issue your employee with a PIN
 number which he/she must quote in dealings with me.

 I regret that it cannot be shorter than 28 digits, but,
 again, I have modeled it on the number of button
 presses required of me to access my account balance
 on your phone bank service.  As they say, imitation
 is the sincerest form of flattery.

 Let me level the playing field even further.

 When you call me, press buttons as follows:

 IMMEDIATELY AFTER DIALING, PRESS THE STAR (*) BUTTON
 FOR ENGLISH

 #1. To make an appointment to see me.
 #2. To query a missing payment.
 #3. To transfer the call to my living room in case
     I am there.
 #4. To transfer the call to my bedroom in case
     I am sleeping.
 #5. To transfer the call to my toilet in case
     I am attending to nature.
 #6. To transfer the call to my mobile phone if
     I am not at home.
 #7. To leave a message on my computer, a password
     to access my computer is required.  Password will
     be communicated to you at a later date to that
     Authorized Contact mentioned earlier.
 #8. To return to the main menu and to listen to
     options 1 through 7.
 #9. To make a general complaint or inquiry.  The
     contact will then be put on hold, pending the
     attention of my automated answering service.
 #10. This is a second reminder to press* for English.
     While this may, on occasion, involve a lengthy
     wait, uplifting music will play for the duration
     of the call.

 Regrettably, but again following your example, I must
 also levy an establishment fee to cover the setting
 up of this new arrangement.  May I wish you a happy,
 if ever so slightly less prosperous New Year?

 Your Humble Client

 (Remember: This was written by an 86-year-old woman)
 'YA JUST GOTTA LOVE ' US SENIOR S'!!!!!

 And remember: Don't make old ladies mad.  They don't
 like being old in the first place, so it doesn't
 take much to set them off.

 This cute letter is an Urban Legend as verified by Snopes.com
 at
 http://www.snopes.com/business/bank/takethat.asp

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Subj:     Dollar Koi Fish (S620,cf,md4,6)
          by Won Park
          From: tom on 11/4/2008

 Source: http://www.origami-resource-center.com
........./support-files/dollarkoifish.pdf
.(See 'Dollar Origami' in Banking-Supp2
..and 'Unusual Origami Method' in Asian)

 This is the side view of the "Dollar Koi Fish".  It is made
 with only one dollar.  The bill is folded with no cuts, no
 glue, and no tape.  Notice the rounder head and defined
 pectoral fins.

 You can see a larger photo and learn to make your own
 "Dollar Koi Fish" by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     Cancel Your Credit Cards Before You Die (S489b)
          From: auntiegah on 6/7/2006

 I hope you all get a good laugh from this but there is a truth
 to it as well..........

 Be sure and cancel your credit cards before you die.  This is
 so priceless, and so easy to see happening, customer service
 being what it is today.  A lady died this past January, and
 Citibank billed her for February and March for their annual
 service charges on her credit card, and then added late fees
 and interest on the monthly charge.  The balance had been $0.00,
 now is somewhere around $60.00.  A family member placed a call
 to Citibank:

 Family Member: "I am calling to tell you that she died in January."

 Bank: "The account was never closed and the late fees and charges
 still apply."

 Family Member: "Maybe, you should turn it over to collections."

 Bank: "Since it is two months past due, it already has been."

 Family Member: So, what will they do when they find out she
 is dead?"

 Bank: "Either report her account to the frauds division or report
 her to the credit bureau, maybe both!"

 Family Member: "Do you think God will be mad at her?"

 Bank: "Excuse me?"

 Family Member: "Did you just get what I was telling you, the part
 about her being dead?"

 Bank: "Sir, you'll have to speak to my supervisor."

 Supervisor gets on the phone:

 Family Member: "I'm calling to tell you, she died in January."

 Bank: "The account was never closed and the late fees and charges
 still apply."

 Family Member: "You mean you want to collect from her estate?"

 Bank: (Stammer) "Are you her lawyer?"

 Family Member: "No, I'm her great nephew." (Lawyer info given)

 Bank: "Could you fax us a certificate of death?"

 Family Member: "Sure." (fax number is given) After they get
 the fax:

 Bank: "Our system just isn't set-up for death.  I don't know
 what more I can do to help."

 Family Member: "Well, if you figure it out, great!  If not, you
 could just keep billing her.  I don't think she will care."

 Bank: "Well, the late fees and charges do still apply."

 Family Member: "Would you like her new billing address?"

 Bank: "That might help."

 Family Member: "Odessa Memorial Cemetery, Highway 129, Plot
 Number 69."

 Bank: "Sir, that's a cemetery!"

 Family Member: "Well, What do you do with dead people on your
 planet?"

 This is probably an urban legend as confirmed by Snopes.com
 at
 http://www.snopes.com/business/bank/deadcard.asp

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Subj:     Nobel Peace Prize Winner Brings Hope (S508c)
          By Holly Mullen of the Salt Lake Tribune
          From: edapsmas on 10/15/2006
 (See "Jessica Jackley: Poverty, Money, and Love" in Banking-Supp2)

 This is a true story, and NOT a joke.
 
 This year's winner for the Nober Peace Price
 is Muhammad Yunus, Bangladeshi economist and
 humanitarian.  Yunus, 66 shares the Nobel
 with the Grameen Bank, which he founded in a
 desperately poor village in Bangladesh in
 1976. The concept of microlending ($50 to
 $100 U.S. currency per loan) fuels Grameen's 
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Yahoo News
 engine. The bank lends money to the poorest of the poor, with
 no collateral requirement.

 In 30 years, the microlending model has caught on in poor
 neighborhoods in Chicago, Los Angeles, and even with a group
 of struggling Latino businesswomen in Utah County.  BYU
 students have been schooled in the concept by Marriott
 School of Entrepreneurship Dean Ned C. Hill and Warner
 Woodworth, professor of social entrepreneurship.

 Yunus began his odyssey after watching a woman named Sophia
 weave a bamboo stool.  She told him she earned 2 cents a day.
 She recounted how the women in her village had to buy bamboo
 from a trader who took the stools to market at a price he
 fixed.  Yunus loaned Sophia and 41 other women $27 of his
 own to build a business.  And so it went.

 Conventional wisdom held that the poor are lazy, stupid and,
 certainly, unreliable credit risks.  Yunus believed that
 access to credit would build the poorest person's self-worth.
 In turn, the money would be paid back.  If it sounds like
 rusty old socialism, hang on. His genius lies in blending
 concepts of various economic models.  The bank loans money
 on an individual basis, but only if the borrower joins a
 group of four or more.  No one can be blood-related and
 each must agree to help the others succeed.

 The loan repayment rate is nearly perfect.  According to the
 Grameen Web site, 6.6 billion entrepreneurs have borrowed
 from the program.  Ninety-four percent of the bank belongs
 to the borrowers; 97 percent of them are women.  The
 government owns the remaining 6 percent.  Borrowers operate
 under rules they imposed on themselves - a constitution, if
 you will - meant to instill social and economic discipline.
 It's called "The Sixteen Decisions."

 Those guiding principles might strike the average wage-
 earning American as quaint, almost cute.  But the rules are
 life-affirming to the mostly female borrowers (whom Yunus
 observed pay their loans off more quickly than men.  They
 also tended to spread their prosperity among their entire
 family, while men tended to spend it on themselves).

 Among the Sixteen Decisions:
 "Prosperity we shall bring to our families."
 "We shall not live in dilapidated houses.  We shall repair
     our houses and work toward constructing new houses as
     soon as possible."
 "We shall not take dowry at our sons' weddings, nor shall
     we give any dowry at our daughters' weddings."
 "We shall build and use pit latrines."

 Yunus' last visit to Utah was in July 2005.  He networked
 with BYU students and with Utah members of RESULTS, a
 worldwide grass-roots organization determined to end
 poverty and hunger.

 "Yunus is changing the world, and it started with one
 small observation from a woman weaving a stool," Leckman
 said.

 So there it is. We live in a world where money too often
 goes hand-in-hand with bloodshed, fraud and conflict.
 What a concept Muhammad Yunus offered: That money can
 also bring peace.

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     by John Graziano on 10/24/2008
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/ripleysbelieveitornot/2008/10/24
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Subj:     Dilbert Comic Strip (S659)
          By Scott Adams on 8/21/2009
..........At: http://dribibu.xs4all.nl/index.
......................php/comics?pic=dilbert20090821
 At: http://dribibu.xs4all.nl/index.php/comics?pic=dilbert20090821
 Click 'HERE' to read about Dogbert getting into the
 financial services game.
 

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Subj:     U.S. Debt Clock (S648b)
          From: ginafm on 5/25/2009
 Source: http://www.usdebtclock.org/
 Since the author is not stated in the web page, or
 the HTML code, and since the numbers are entered
 through SWF files, I am suspicious of this web page.
 Click on the above source to view it.
 

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Subj:     Dennis the Menace (S643c)
          By Hank Ketcham on 5/4/2009
..........At: http://comicskingdom.com/dennis-the-menace
 This Dennis the Menace cartoon discusses the economy.
 Click 'HERE' to view it.
 

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     by John Graziano on 9/8/2008
 Source: http://www.comics.com/comics/ripleys/index.html
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Subj:     Carlson Political Cartoon (S640c)
          By Stuart Carlson on 4/16/2009
 At: http://www.gocomics.com/stuartcarlson/2009/04/16
 This political cartoon discusses Wall Street and the
 Somali pirates.  Click 'HERE' to see the cartoon.
 

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Subj:     Herman Cartoon II (S640c)
          By Jim Unger on 4/13/2009
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/herman/2009/04/13
 This Herman cartoon discusses bank tellers and ATM
 machines.  Click 'HERE' to see it.
 

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Subj:     Herman Cartoon (S639b)
          By Jim Unger on 4/7/2009
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/herman/2009/04/07
 This Herman cartoon discusses pizzas and financial
 planners.  Click 'HERE' to see this cute cartoon.
 

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Subj:     Beetle Bailey Comic Strips (S638c)
          By Mort Walker on 3/09/2009
 Source: http://comicskingdom.com/beetle-bailey-1
 These two Beetle Bailey comic strips discuss the economy
 and bad investments.  Click 'HERE' to view them.
 
 

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Subj:     Rugrats Comic Strip (S637)
          by Nickelodeon on 3/28/3009
 At: http://creators.dev.cre8ors.org/features/rugrats
 Click 'HERE' to see this cute comic strip.
 

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Subj:     Chip Bok Political Cartoon (S637c)
          By Chip Bok on 3/26/2009
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/chipbok/2009/03/26
 This political cartoon is a drawing of our new
 world currency.  Click 'HERE' to view it.
 

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Subj:     What Exactly Is One Trillion Dollars?
          From: tom on 3/20/2009 (S636b)
 What does one trillion dollars in $100 bills
 look like?  Click 'HERE' to see.
 

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Subj:     Vocabulary Word For The Day, Liquidity (S630b)
          From: LABLaughsAdult on 2/4/2009
 Liquidity: When you look at your investments
            and wet your pants.
 

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Subj:     Momma Comic Strip (S622b)
          By Mell Lazarus on 12/10/2008
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/momma/2008/12/10
 Click 'HERE' to watch Momma learn about maxing your credit card.
 

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Subj:     A Thomas Jefferson Quote On Banking (S621)
          From: gordonschuk on 11/16/2008
 Source: (Removed from listafterlist.com)
 'I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous
 to our liberties than standing armies.  If the American
 people ever allow private banks to control the issue of
 their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation,
 the banks and corporations that will grow up around the
 banks will deprive the people of all property until their
 children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers
 conquered.'  -- Thomas Jefferson 1802
 

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Subj:     Frank And Ernest Comic Strips (S618b)
          By Bob Thaves on 11/9/2008
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/frank-and-ernest/2008/11/09
 Frank and Ernest discuss our financial crisis in these
 Sunday comics.  Click 'HERE' to see this too real cartoon.
 

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Subj:     Andy Capp Comic Strip II (S617b)
          By Reg Smythe on 11/4/2008
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/andycapp/2008/11/04
 Andy discusses his being useless at handling money with
 his banker.  Click 'HERE' to see this comic strip.
 

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Subj:     The New Dollar Bill (S609)
          From: ginafm on 10/2/2008
 With the economy these days, the Treasury department has
 issued a new dollar bill.  Click 'HERE' to view it.
 

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Subj:     Funny Money Quiz (S612)
          From WalletPop.com on 9/29/2008
 Source: (Removed by walletpop.com)
 This fifteen question, multiple-choice quiz is fun,
 interesting, and harder than I expected.  Click on
 the above source to test your knowledge of our money.
 

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Subj:     The 'Brief' Safe (S614c)
          From: jcary on 9/21/2008
 Source: http://www.spyville.com/brief-safe-underwear.html

 With all the theft from airline luggage now and motel
 housekeeping going through your luggage while you are out,
 this product will deter those thieves.  Just place your
 valuables inside and travel while feeling secure.

 This is a real product which is for sale at the above two
 sources.  Click 'HERE' to see a picture of the 'Brief' Safe.
 

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Subj:     Andy Capp Comic Strip (S605c)
          By Reg Smythe on 8/9/2008
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/andycapp/2008/08/09
 Andy learns the steps to getting a bank loan.
 Click 'HERE'to see this comic strip.
 

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Subj:     Pooh Comic Strip (S602c)
          By Disney on 7/23/2008
          Source: Google Search
 Winnie the Pooh comic strip discusses a rainy day.
 You can view this strip by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     Where Bad Credit Hurts the Most (S599) 
          By Julie Sturgeon at Bankrate.com 
          From: Money.AOL.com on 7/7/2008
 Source: (Removed from money.aol.com)
 Most people understand that low credit scores will translate
 into higher mortgage and credit card interest rates.  But
 few realize there are plenty of other insidious ways that a
 low score can add to a person's costs.  You can read this
 illuminating article by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     The Moneylender (SZ589b)
          From: ginafm on 4/30/2008
Black pebble from David-Louis.com and white pebble from Yusuke.homeip.net
 You can read this cute logic problem by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     The New Bush Coins (S583b,d)
          From: rfslick on 3/26/2008
 Source: (Removed by BlimpTV.net)
 Now that President Bush has declared martial law, it will
 be illegal to own precious metals after the first of the
 year.  Here's a sneak peek at the new money from BlimpTV.net.
 You can view brilliant, funny, and chilling video by
 clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     Bank Robber Shoots Witnesses (S580c, S673)
          From: Fischer-J on 3/1/2008
      and From: sam.hutkins on 12/9/2009
 An armed hooded robber bursts into the Bank of Ireland
 and forces the tellers to load a sack full of cash.  On
 his way out the door with the loot one brave Irish
 customer grabs the hood and pulls it off revealing the
 robber's face.  The robber shoots the guy without
 hesitation! He then looks around the bank to see if
 anyone else has seen him.  One of the tellers is looking
 straight at him and the robber shoots him also.

 Everyone by now is very scared and looking down at the
 floor.  Did anyone else see my face?' calls the robber.
 There is a few moments silence, then one elderly Irish
 gent, looking down, tentatively raises his hand and says:
 "I think me wife may have caught a glimpse...."
 

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Subj:     3M - Security Glass (S573b)
          From: LABLaughsClean on 1/7/2008
..........At: (Removed from lablaughs.com)
  This is a great advertisement for 3M-Security Glass.
 Click 'HERE' to view this picture.
 

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Subj:     Quarter Backs (S557)
          by Sandy Wood and Kara Kovalchik
          From: jbcary1 on 9/20/2007
 Source: (Removed by mentalfloss.com)
Picture from
MentalFloss.com
 The U.S. Mint has scored big with its state quarter series.
 The one pictured above is for Georgia - rather hard to miss,
 considering the outline of the state and the image of the
 peach.  Some other entries in the series aren't as easy to
 identify without the associated text, though.  Here, we've
 removed all text from 20 selected quarters, and you'll have
 to choose which state each one represents.  Click on the
 source above to test your knowledge.
 

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Subj:     Money And Manure (S533c)
          From: LABLaughsClean on 4/9/2007
..........At: (Removed from lablaughs.com)
 You can view this cute postcard by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     Penny And Money Quizes (S482b)
          From: AOL News on 4/22/2006
 Source: (Removed from articles.news.aol.com)
 You can take the Penny Quiz and the Money Quiz by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     Currency Exchange At Bank (S472c, S746)
          From: LABLaughsClean on 1/28/2006
      and From: allenbergman on 5/4/2011
 I had a bunch of Canadian dollars I needed to exchange, so
 I went to the currency exchange window at the local bank.
 There was a short line.  There was just one lady in front
 of me, an Asian lady who was trying to exchange yens for
 dollars.

 It was obvious she was a little irritated...  She asked
 the teller, "Why it change?  Yesterday, I get two hunat
 dolla fo yen.  Today I only get hunat eighty?  Why it change?"

 The teller shrugged his shoulders and said, "Fluctuations..."

 The Asian lady says, "Fluc you white people too!"
 

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Subj:     Piggy Bank - Game (S460b)
          From: igiggle on 11/18/2005
..........At: (Removed from superarcade.com)
 Dumb, catch the coins game that never ends.  You can play it
 by clicking 'HERE'. The way to make this game a little fun
 is to see if you can die without getting a single coin.
 

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Subj:     Money Problems Sign (S450)
          From: LABLaughsClean on 8/29/2005
 Source: (Removed from lablaughs.com)
 You can view this cute sign by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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(S637c)
     by John Graziano on 3/21/2008
 Source: http://www.comics.com/comics/ripleys/index.html
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From: Joke-Of-The-Day-Mail.com on 2/19/2006 (S475b)
"Every crowd has a silver lining."
   -- P.T. Barnum

From: Joke-Of-The-Day-Mail.com on 10/24/2006 (S509b)
 "What some people mistake for the high cost of living is
 really the cost of high living."  -- Doug Larson

From: Joke-Of-The-Day-Mail.com on 11/17/2006 (S513b)
 "I don't have a bank account, because I don't know
  my mother's maiden name."  -- Paula Poundstone

From: LABLaughsClean on 8/27/2007 (S554b)
 There is nothing so comfortable as money, but nothing
 so defiling if it be come by unworthily; nothing so
 comfortable, but nothing so noxious if the mind be
 allowed to dwell upon it constantly. If a man have
 enough, let him spend it freely. If he wants it, let
 him earn it honestly.
   -- Unknown

From: LABLaughsClean on 10/6/2007 (S559b)
 Oliver Wendell Holmes once attended a meeting in which
 he was the shortest man present. "Dr. Holmes," quipped
 a friend, "I should think you'd feel rather small among
 us big fellows."

 "I do," retorted Holmes. "I feel like a dime among a lot
 of pennies."

From:LABLaughsClean on 7/7/2008 (S600b in Slogans)
 If you want to know what a man is really like, take notice
 how he acts when he loses money.  -- New England proverb

From:LABLaughsClean on 7/16/2008 (S601b in Tho-time-supp)
 "Waste your money and you're only out of money, but
  waste your time and you've lost part of your life."
    -- Michael Leboeuf

From the book "The Little Book That Saves Your Assets" (S619b)
              by David M. Darst
              Published by John Wiley ? Sons, Inc. in 2008
 When asked what the most powerful force in the universe
 was, Albert Einstein replied simply, "Compound interest."

From:LABLaughsAdult on 1/19/2008 (S628b)
 Money isn't everything.
 But it keeps the kids in touch.

From: Anonymous Jr. on 11/25/2009 (S672b)
 If you bet on a horse, that's gambling.  If you bet you
 can make three spades, that's entertainment.  If you bet
 cotton will go up three points, that's business.  See
 the difference?  -- William 'Blackie' Sherrod
 

From: LABLaughsClean - 5/27/2009 (S649b)
 Q: What is the difference between a pigeon and an
    investment banker.
 A: The pigeon can still make a deposit on a BMW.

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