Discussion in 'Politics' started by dgmodel, May 13, 2003.
anyone have any links to pics of what the new twenty looks like???
the new $20s are supposed to be a color other than green.
i think it's a good idea to have denominations different colors. just like monopoly money. it's easier to tell what's what.
yes yes... however i wanted to actually see it...
thank you charles...
Hell, since I got married 9 years ago all I've ever seen leftover in my wallet are 1's anyway, so who gives a shit what the other denominations look like.
why the hell do we not print money in different colors? i'm talking like monopoly money. $50s can be red, $20s green, $10s blue, etc.
this should have been done a long time ago and i have no idea why they still aren't doing it.
Euro Banknotes (â¬ 1 = $ 1.18)
The answer is very simple:
It costs money to print money.
In fact, as I recall from a WSJ article that I read a number of years ago that the Swiss Franc was hailed as being the most expensive of all notes due to all of the "anti-counterfeiting" techniques that were used ( such as different colored inks, halograms, etc. ).
I think that the Swissy costs about .06 cents per note to make.
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