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Funny story: Finders Weepers - Cops Cuff Criminal Coin Collector

Finders Weepers - Cops Cuff Criminal Coin Collector

Providence, RI, and Athens, Gr -- Usually, it's a case of finders keepers, losers weepers. Not this time, though. A "prominent collector" in Rhode Island (which, despite its name, is not actually an island) relinquished his claims to ownership...
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Funny story: British Admit Even They Don't Understand Their Monetary System

British Admit Even They Don't Understand Their Monetary System

According to an anonymous source who alleges to be a high-level member of Parliament, even the British government doesn't understand the British monetary system. The fundamental British currency, the Pound Sterling, usually referred to simply as...
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Funny story: Rare 1945 Jack Benny Plastic Penny Sells for Record 200 Million

Rare 1945 Jack Benny Plastic Penny Sells for Record 200 Million

Jack Benny should be rolling in his grave, not so much about the news that a rare 1945 Jack Benny plastic penny that he once owned just sold for 200 million dollars at auction, but more to the fact that rolling in one's grave is free. The coin, th...
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Funny story: Mary Todd Lincoln's DNA Found In New Mexico

Mary Todd Lincoln's DNA Found In New Mexico

RUIDOSO, New Mexico - A group of archaeologists from Delaware stumbled upon an interesting find just outside of the town of Ruidoso, which is noted for its Gila Monster Grilled Burritos. Kiki Lily Chillydutch, 21, with the Delaware group stated th...
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Funny story: New 'Prince William' Coin for 2012

New 'Prince William' Coin for 2012

The Prime Minister announced this morning that the bronze halfpenny coin is to be reintroduced into Britain's currency. It will become legal tender again - after a period of thirty years - from 1st January 2012. Though the halfpenny will be iden...
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Funny story: Cashback Protesters Strike in Manchester

Cashback Protesters Strike in Manchester

Protesters against the expansion of the supermarket giant Tesbury's have struck in Manchester with a cash-back scam that has left the national chain of grocery stores fuming. "We're very disappointed," said Tesbury's managing director Tessa Coe. "...
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Funny story: Mass Coin Cash In Causes Chaos

Mass Coin Cash In Causes Chaos

Customers at several high street banks were left fuming today as protestors over bankers bonuses staged a mass coin cash-in. Organised through the popular social networking site, Facebank, thousands of people with jars of coins bagged them up and too...
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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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Funny story: Rare Coin Outsells One Found On Moon By Armstrong

Rare Coin Outsells One Found On Moon By Armstrong

According to an announcement by Florida auctioneers, a rare 1913 U.S. coin once owned by an Egyptian king, gangster Al Capone, billionaire Howard Hughes and later featured in a famous TV detective series was sold for more than $3.7 million in a publi...
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Funny story: US Mint To Issue Dollar Coin In Honor Of Michelle Obama

US Mint To Issue Dollar Coin In Honor Of Michelle Obama

Washington, DC-- The United States Mint will issue a new one-dollar coin in 2010. The mint is hoping the third time will be the charm, after the failure of the Susan B. Anthony and Sacawagena coins. The new one-dollar coin will also be colored gold...
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Funny story: Coin marks Gordon Brown anniversary

Coin marks Gordon Brown anniversary

The Royal Mail today issued a limited edition 5p coin, to mark what seems like 500 years since Gordon Brown ascended to Downing Street. A few of the 'coins fit for a cheapskate' feature the flabby figure of the PM, and carry the words 'General Sine S...
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Funny story: Jade Goody Commemorative Coin To Be Issued

Jade Goody Commemorative Coin To Be Issued

The Royal mint has announced it is to release a commemorative coin to celebrate the life of 'Everyone's Heroine' the suddenly not racist anymore Jade Goody. The coin, will be issued to all British school children (apart from ethnic minorities) - j...
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Funny story: New coinage

New coinage

The Royal Mint are to bow to public pressure and produce new coinage with the values printed on them in Polish and Urdu as well as English. "One of the big complaints we have," said Royal Mint chief designer Ted Pounds, "is that the non-English sp...
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