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Queer eye for the straight fifty

The new $50 bill has been released, and boy is it purrty. MSNBC reports that the next in line will be the $10.
After the $10 makeover comes the $100 bill, the most counterfeited note outside the United States, Ferguson said. The $5 bill won’t get a new look, and neither will the $1 and $2 notes, he said.
No word on whether they were trying to make Grant look more realistically hungover or not. If they were, then good work, guys.

In other news: we still have $2 bills? Why has no one told me about this? More importantly, why don't I have a few?
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9/28/2004 10:59 PM Blogger infozo

heh... the moron librarian strikes again:

a google search for "site:gov intitle:treasury faq two dollar bill" ('cause I couldn't remember what the treasury domain is) yields this pertinent piece:

Why did the Treasury Department remove the $2 bill from circulation?(for casual readers not willing to click: punchline = they didn't.)    



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