Thursday, November 29, 2007

feds to cut rates again!


Citing concerns over the falling dollar, limited supplies of precious resources, and "a hankering for the good ole days", the Federal Reserve announced plans to replace the widely popular U.S. States series of quarters with wooden nickels.

If the wooden nickel turns out to be as popular as the state quarter series, the Bush Administration believes this may be a viable option to pay for the war in Iraq.


Unfortunately you'll no longer be able to use your wooden nickels at Moe's Frontier Bar because it's now closed after 65 years in the biz.

elsewhere:
last call for alcohol

1 comment:

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