Virginia moves closer to creating state’s own currency. “Lawmakers in Virginia say they want to keep their options open in case the value of the U.S. dollar ever collapses…” It’s as if they don’t trust the hackers at the Fed or something…

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Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Better off to stick with barter, then the parasites get nothing.

poppajoe49
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Haven’t you heard? They are taxing barter.
http://www.irs.gov/taxtopics/tc420.html

ooddballz
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Yeah, but PROVING the barter happened is gonna be a little tough to prosecute.

Big Al
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Make them out of tobacco leaves backed by gold.

JPTravis
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What are they going to call it? The Virgin?

ooddballz
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What are they going to call it? The Virgin?

Only until it’s been used the first time.

poppajoe49
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Florida will probably just use oranges and grapefruit as currency.

Actually, I think this is a good idea, it would be one step in making each state it’s own commonwealth, and eventually country.

deepthinker
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I agree poppajoe49. Virginia is already a commonwealth. One of only 4.

Alien
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Should currency ever have other common usages?

danybhoy
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You mean like people rolling up a bill & using to snort coke?

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