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Quote of the Day - It was an eventful day. I drove it on a couple of par-fours, put the ball under a car, in trees, hit a couple of bunkers and made some putts, so I saw most of Harding Park. - Tiger Woods
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Liberty Dollar Coins Strike At Heart Of U.S. Mint

Check out those coins in your pocket a little bit closer.  If you have a Liberty Dollar coin and try to spend it, you could be going to jail.  The United States Mint is none too happy with the manufacturers of the Liberty Dollar coin, and has issued a warning to those who try to use it as currency. 

Nonetheless, many people are more than pleased to use the coin as currency.

The safe bet, obviously, is to collect the coins and treat them like collectibles.  Alternatively, you could fill up your bunker with them.

Printer friendly page Permalink Email to a friend Posted by J. Craig Williams on Sunday, September 17, 2006 at 11:52 Comments Closed (1) |
 
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