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(NPR)   For the past 15 years, a group of George Washington enthusiasts have used the "Where's George" website to track where dollar bills have been going across the US   ( npr.org) divider line
    More: Interesting, Hank Eskin, George Washington, U.S., New York's Penn Station  
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2013-03-25 02:26:51 AM  
1 vote:
Never entered one, but have gotten 5 and have tracked where they've been.

CSB time...

In a 3 month's timespan I got the exact same bill twice. Went from Tennessee to Kentucky to Illinois and then back here to me in Nashville.
2013-03-25 01:17:49 AM  
1 vote:
I've done this for years. It's pointless fun, which is one of the best kinds of fun.
2013-03-24 08:33:22 PM  
1 vote:

Barfmaker: jehovahs witness protection: Old news, but I've gotten hits on bills I entered in some strange and cool places.

No, I think you're thinking of weirdinsertions.com. Love your work by they way.

I had to read my post again...then couldn't help laughing at myself. +1 for your work here.
2013-03-24 07:04:16 PM  
1 vote:
Every once in a while I enter a bill on there, but I got bored when I only got two hits. Plus when I have dollar bills I usually forget to enter them. If I get a marked one though, I always check to see where it came from.

Kind of CSB though, the one bill that did get two hits. Both of the people who entered it after I did had the same first name as me.
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