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Making a mint out of nothing


Grey Goo
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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

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click here Maybe this works

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wiz-king

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

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lotvic

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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.

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bumpkin

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

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canarieslover

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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.

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bumpkin

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fourm member, agree with you entirely on this issue.

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