Monday, November 15, 2004

The Shallow End

I used to wonder how some sales clerks can't make change with a digital cash register. Westmoreland County, PA prosecutors dropped the charges against Deborah L. Trautwine, who tried to pass a $200 bill like this one in a clothing store. The store clerk not only took the bill, but managed to return the correct change. For the numismatically challenged in the audience, the largest US bill is the $100 note. These two, along with the woman who tried to spend a $1 million dollar bill at a Wal-Mart are fishing from the shallow end of the gene pool.


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