Saturday, November 27, 2021

Finally Got Around To...

 ...sorting and sleeving the contents of our Trump Years Swear Jar.

Not quite enough to buy out the local Sinclair broadcasting outlet, fumigate it and establish a Liberal blogger colony on the site, but it's something.

PS. Sorry about the national coin shortage.  My bad.


Burn The Lifeboats

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

OCD alert!

SteveSteve said...

You could buy the State Journal-Register with that kind of money.

dinthebeast said...

They have those big green coin counting machines at the Foodmaxx in Richmond, but I use so little actual cash, I never had the opportunity to try one. Seemed like there was always someone there with a big jar of change running it through, though.

-Doug in Sugar Pine

Rev.Paperboy said...

A Trump era swear jar? My god, I's have become a thousandaire! I would have cornered the market on coins up here in Canada. The night he got elected I gritted my teeth so hard that I broke off the top of a tooth!

Robt said...

Tell me, You did in fact go though and look at each penny for the rare ones that are worth a nickel if you sell it to a collector.

I swear that is a Canadian dime in that pile?

OOps ! Can I borrow a penny?

Anonymous said...

Your bank will take all those singly counted and neatly wrapped coins you spent hours counting and wrapping and unwrap them all and then put them thru their very own counting machine before giving you even one penny of credit. Might as well put all those coins in an old pillow case and haul them to the bank thataway. Trust me, I know.

Fran / Blue Gal said...

Anonymous they won't take them if they aren't rolled. We asked ahead of time. They did pay out for the rolled ones without running them through the counting machine. Dinthebeast we used Coinstar for the overages, they take out a percentage and we didn't like that. And Robt we did check for old coins and Junior Dude kept a few from the 1950's.

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