Making a mint out of nothing

  Grey Goo 08 Jan 13
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I don't really understand how this works,but why not a $16 trillion coin,then there would be no debt at all. Might have difficulty getting change at the coffee shop.

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  Grey Goo 08 Jan 13

click here Maybe this works

  wiz-king 08 Jan 13

Dont tell 'our lot', they have a monopoly on lead balloons GRIN

  lotvic 08 Jan 13

What a good idea :) I've got some gold (choc) coins left over from xmas, thank goodness I didn't eat them all. I'll pay them into my bank account tomorrow to use to pay my Visa card bill.

  bumpkin 08 Jan 13

Is this for real? why don,t we all make some and pay our debts, because it clearly is not a feasible solution.

  canarieslover 08 Jan 13
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If it was really that simple then they could mint 17 of them and leave themselves some spare change for the tea/coffee kitty.

  bumpkin 08 Jan 13

fourm member, agree with you entirely on this issue.

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