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Top Ten Surprises About The Redesigned US $20 Bill
(submitted by Faux Pas)
You can buy things on the web and pay by shoving the bills into your floppy drive slot.
New parental control software in the little strip on the side prevents kids from spending the twenty on candy or pornography.
Strippers claim they're not as itchy as most bills.
The lighter color makes the copy machine use less toner.
It costs $25.00 to print each one.
When viewed from a different angle, Andrew Jackson's picture becomes the Fonz.
When used in conjunction with the redesigned fifty and redesigned one hundred, the new twenty becomes a super robot to defend the earth from giant space blobs.
To save time, they're giving them all to Bill Gates right away.
As the baby-boomers get older, the numbers must be printed bigger.
It dissolves in water and makes green apple Kool Aid.
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