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Funny story: U.S. Mint urges Congress to discontinue the T-shirt

U.S. Mint urges Congress to discontinue the T-shirt

Top economists at the U.S. Mint are urging the house and senate to discontinue the iconic T-shirt. "T-shirts costs vary wildly. Anywhere from 5 to 25 dollars per unit, and have Zero value, less than a cent!" comments Randy Zublowski spokesman for th...
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Funny story: U.S. Mint to Strike Platinum One Trillion Dollar Coin

U.S. Mint to Strike Platinum One Trillion Dollar Coin

Washington, DC The United States Treasury Department has ordered the United States Mint to strike a One Trillion Dollar coin made of platinum (plated). The coin or coins will be used to repay loans issued by the Federal Reserve Banks and the Banks o...
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Funny story: US Mint Offers Service Industry State Quarter Collection. "A Salute to Low Pay, Long Hours, Crappy Benefits, and Non Transferable Skills."

US Mint Offers Service Industry State Quarter Collection. "A Salute to Low Pay, Long Hours, Crappy Benefits, and Non Transferable Skills."

Philadelphia, PA: Officials from the United States Mint announced today the inception of a new commemorative quarter program based on the popular "50 States Quarter Collection." The program, already expanded to include all United States' soverei...
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