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(UPI)   Boy, 9, finds parents' $4,000 worth of savings, spends it all on candy. 'Why, you little...'   (upi.com) divider line 13
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2012-11-07 04:43:03 PM
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The man, who was diagnosed with a mental disorder, always received a tip for his services, the news agency said.

WTF does this sentence have to do with the rest of the story?
2012-11-07 05:32:36 PM
2 votes:

phlegmmo: The man, who was diagnosed with a mental disorder, always received a tip for his services, the news agency said.

WTF does this sentence have to do with the rest of the story?


It explains what kind of man would help a kid convert that much currency.
2012-11-08 09:21:38 AM
1 votes:

Carth: 600 EUR is 764 USD. They aren't that close to 1:1


$1:~1.25
2012-11-08 07:34:50 AM
1 votes:
i'm surprised the boy was not beat nearly to death. the only thing that saved him was son/male status, the golden ticket in old country. perhaps if he was more well raised he would have honestly brought his find to the attention of his parents before selfishly squandering it away on treats for himself and his schoolmates. wicked, stupid little boy. my mother would have thrashed him within an inch of his life and sold him to the Gypsies.
2012-11-08 07:30:27 AM
1 votes:

psonava: FTA the boy spent $3300 which to me is nearly $3000 not nearly $4000 just saying.


Actually FTA:
$3,300 in U.S. cash and about 600 euros ($635)

So actually slightly more than $4,000 worth of currency in total.

When did USD and EUR start trading so close to 1:1 anyway?
2012-11-08 07:00:54 AM
1 votes:
Why the fark would you hide it in the couch?
2012-11-08 06:55:28 AM
1 votes:
FTA the boy spent $3300 which to me is nearly $3000 not nearly $4000 just saying.
2012-11-08 06:35:45 AM
1 votes:
It's like that Little Rascals episode when they find the hoard of cash in the wall panel.

"ahm goin' bug huntin'....!"
2012-11-08 05:24:25 AM
1 votes:

farkingismybusiness: BadReligion: I wonder what $4000 in Ukranian candy looks like.

[www.bonappetit.com image 484x363] 
Minus the Dum Dums.


I dunno, sounds like there were at least a few dum dums in this story.
2012-11-08 03:14:25 AM
1 votes:

phlegmmo: The man, who was diagnosed with a mental disorder, always received a tip for his services, the news agency said.

WTF does this sentence have to do with the rest of the story?


A bunch of text that helped that make sense was probably chopped out by the editor.
2012-11-08 12:21:05 AM
1 votes:
Probably more like "spends $100 in candy and $3900 in 'tips' to a man who converted the cash".
2012-11-07 10:34:08 PM
1 votes:

jaylectricity: I didn't realize they had candy in Russia.


I didn't realize they had $4000 in Russia
2012-11-07 04:54:45 PM
1 votes:

phlegmmo: The man, who was diagnosed with a mental disorder, always received a tip for his services, the news agency said.

WTF does this sentence have to do with the rest of the story?


Hahaha I said the same thing. I'm pretty sure the guy who helped the kid convert the money is the one with the mental disorder as he's the only one in the story who would get a tip and it not be candy.
 
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