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Old 06-19-2012, 02:17 PM   #1
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Cash and Money!

I yesterday read an article that had two interesting factoids:

1) There is less than $800 billion in actual CASH (US dollars) out there in the world (I did not notice if they wrote that approx. 1/2 is outside the USA in $100s).

2) The average household has less than $300 in actual cash, long green.

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So, if there is a "Bank Holiday", those without CASH are going to have problems paying for stuff. ATMs would be shut down for sure. Credit cards and checks? Hmm...

Got CA$H?
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waiting for the technician to fix the printer ........ )-:
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waiting for the technician to fix the printer ........ )-:
Why do you need a technician? If it can't be done by a digger ... it can't be done.
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Originally Posted by DoChenRollingBearing View Post:
I yesterday read an article that had two interesting factoids:

1) There is less than $800 billion in actual CASH (US dollars) out there in the world (I did not notice if they wrote that approx. 1/2 is outside the USA in $100s).

2) The average household has less than $300 in actual cash, long green.

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So, if there is a "Bank Holiday", those without CASH are going to have problems paying for stuff. ATMs would be shut down for sure. Credit cards and checks? Hmm...

Got CA$H?
That does not shock me one bit. CC/Debit cards are too easy to use and a lot of people rely soley on them.
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Old 06-19-2012, 05:40 PM   #5
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Why do you need a technician? If it can't be done by a digger ... it can't be done. rotflmbo:

coffee on keyboard ............
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