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New 'Anti-counterfeiter' $100 bill unveiled...

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by --zeSto--, Jan 28, 2004.

  1. --zeSto--

    --zeSto-- 12oz Veteran Member

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    New 'Anti-counterfeiter' $100 bill unveiled...

    Discussion started by --zeSto-- - Jan 28, 2004

    IN CANADA!!

    hahaha... made you look eh!

    http://www.thestar.com/images/thestar/img/040128_hundred_bill_225.jpg'>

    [list]The new safeguards include a metallic holographic stripe, a watermarked portrait of Sir Robert Borden on the front, a see-through number, and a colour-shifting thread.

    "The thread is woven right into the paper, which makes it extraordinarily hard to reproduce," Bank of Canada governor David Dodge said during an unveiling ceremony in Halifax.

    "These security features are reliable, quick and easy to recognize and extraordinarily difficult to reproduce. The use of cash keeps growing every year. It is crucial that Canadians have complete confidence in our bank notes." [/list]

    You know what kills me?
    There's a lot of fuckers who wont take $100 bills.
    I'm not talking about buying lunch with a hundred,
    but some people will not accept them. If anyone tried
    to refuse money in the States they'd get burnt to the ground.
    Seriously.... No one would turn away a Banjamin right?

    oh... I guess that probably doesnt concern most of you....

    [img]http://www.cbc.ca/gfx/photos/bill_100.jpg'>

    but I still made you look eh!
     
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  2. MrChupacabra

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    MrChupacabra - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    today one of my teachers used the term "high filootin" and i just about burst into a fit of laughter in the middle of his talk.
     
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    i was up till 2 last night. i'm tired as shit
     
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    --zeSto-- - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    I'm up past 2 every night.
    Gotta learn to play with the big boys ABC.
     
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    $360 - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    yay canada

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    enueone - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    what's this thread all aboot eh?
     
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    Crimsøn - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    Canadumb.
     
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    nomadawhat - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    that looks more like a 75.66 dollar bill to me. but still probablly un-counterfietable.
     
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    Overtime - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    damn, i bet it'll be counterfeited the day it comes out like our new 20's, and for that matter, we need a 25 dollar bill
     
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  10. BIGMETALCIRCUS - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    for some reason i thought it would be a coin up there.
     
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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    Boy, our money sure is gay......
     
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    Tyler Durden - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    i thought canada still used clam shells for "currency"?
     
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    Crimsøn - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    ^ :lol: :lol:
    You get an A for effort tease.
     
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    Abracadabra - Replied Jan 28, 2004

    a was playing with the big boys since i was a little boy, but as i get older a minimum of 7 hours sleep is needed to be half awake at work. i'm still alive, but i'd prefer to be well rested right now
     
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