On a pleasant summer evening, my buddy and I were playing a quick after work nine. I was 150 yards out for my second shot on the par four. I hit it a bit right and into the woods. Heard it rattle in the trees. Suddenly my ball bounced on the green and rolled across the green into the cup for an eagle.
My buddy said “it’s better to be lucky than good”. I replied sarcastically “Nah, this game is easy”.
I never met a business person that didn’t prefer cash.
Sounds like a better deal!
Bet that big glass jar will be very heavy. Take a snow shovel with you in case you drop it. Hand scooping all that change mixed with broken glass might be painful.
Yes….maybe I can charge 10% like Coinstar.
Sorta like money changers in the temple
Thanks but no USB branch in my area. I formerly used a credit union with a coin machine that wasn’t free – they donated the fees to charity instead. My new CU doesn’t even have one but I make more interest on savings than before.
If the government can print money, why should we pay taxes?
I recently rolled up my coins like I always have. My bank said no, we don’t do that anymore and pointed to the coin machine. Machine charged me 5%.
My new bank doesn’t have a coin machine. Now I have to go to Walmart to use their Coinstar machine. Forgot what it charged me but around 10%
Thanks. I wonder about the “back story” here. This has happened before.
Me – Naught to 3mph in 30 seconds (includes getting out of easy chair).