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Friday, August 21, 2009

Would you take a leg of ham as a down payment??

This article made me think how great it would be to be in the banking business in Italy. They'll have to develop a whole new set of currency exchange rates based on cheese, wine and legs of ham. Oh, and what about the little symbols we use for types of currency??

At this rate of exchange, the United States of America's debt is 27,332,875,638 wheels of Parmesan Cheese. Guess we'll have to adjust Fort Knox a bit so it's better temperature/humidity controlled.

Here's the article: How to get a leg up on the banking business.

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Blogger Connie said...

I would gladly take a fine bottle of wine or a month's worth of fresh from the garden veggies in trade for a painting. I'm willing to bet that plenty of regular folks would get into the barter business if it was as convenient as hitting the local stores.

Mon Aug 24, 12:39:00 PM CDT  
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Thu Nov 19, 03:37:00 AM CST  

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