Rick is now busy figuring out how to spend the $1-million bill he got from some religious group in Downtown Crossing today.
What group are they?
Not to be a spoil sport but do take care, folk have been arrested for even more obviously fake currency.
In High School I found a $50 bill folded up, I picked it up with a message to the effect of "Money doesn't buy happiness, Jesus can bring happiness."
I knew people who would pick up $20 versions of these fake bills and needed the money only to get that stupid message. I really wish there was a way to ban these obvious fake bills.
When I was a kid, I was walking through North Station on my way to a Celtics game. Someone had dropped dozens of these, and I picked up a handful before I realized they were fake. I was so mad at Jesus.
are people who leave these "fake money/religious tract" things instead of a tip in a restaurant.
What motion pictures are based on the story by Mark Twain?
To the candidate of your choice?
Southern based "christian" organizations. I've come to understand that there is nothing in the Constitution preventing free people from printing their own money, holding county Sheriff's as supreme law enforcement or protecting your poop from the transgendered. A million dollars is worthless until the fed is audited and the big banks are wrestled away from the non believers. Makes sense to me.....Cruz 2016!
Go to their services and throw it in their collection plate. Then look for the sneers.
This is called inflation and this is what is going to be a reality if people keep on pushing this $15 minimum wage. Small businesses will close, people will get laid off, companies will raise their prices, more people will be replaced by machines just like at the grocery stores.
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