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(Marketwatch)   Merchants complain that new lightweight Canadian $1 and $2 coins are making vending machines go loonie   (marketwatch.com) divider line 9
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2012-05-01 08:34:49 AM  
images.cheezburger.com
 
2012-05-01 11:47:33 AM  
I have an impressive collection of ass-loonies if anyone is interested.
 
2012-05-01 11:52:58 AM  
Loonies, Twonies and now... Go Screwnies.
 
2012-05-01 12:03:28 PM  
For anyone who missed the earlier story, that glow-in-the-dark quarter is a novelty collector's item and not a regular circulation coin. You could put one in a vending machine, but you'd be out $29.70 if you did.
 
2012-05-01 12:34:37 PM  
t1.gstatic.com

/amused
 
2012-05-01 12:56:24 PM  
I feel bad giving glow in the dark coins to the ladies on stage at the strip club ...
if I get use to this I am going to give the ladies in the states quarters.
 
2012-05-01 01:33:51 PM  
That glow in the dark dinosaur kicks ass.
 
2012-05-01 04:05:26 PM  
Canada debases currency.

Ironically, the machines can figure out they're being ripped off, but the people can't.
 
2012-05-02 08:48:54 AM  

Larofeticus: Canada debases currency.

Ironically, the machines can figure out they're being ripped off, but the people can't.


How are they being ripped off? The coins are worth the same amount. You don't think the paper those bills in your wallet are made of is valuable do you?
 
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