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SLT

Portland, OR

#1 Feb 11, 2008
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After You Have Posted Your Comment About Where You Found Your WHERESGEORGE dollar Bill stamped or handwritten with "" www.WheresGeorge.com "" here on www.TOPIX.COM ........
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Go To the Actual ** Where's George ** Website :
~~~>** www.WHERESGEORGE.com **<~~~
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and RE-ENTER the Serial Number & Series of the Dollar Bill that you Just posted about!
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THAT is How and WHERE you will find out where your dollar has been !!!
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You Are At The WRONG Web Address !!!
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This ( Topix.com ) is NOT the sight to track your WHERESGEORGE dollars!!
Go To: www.WheresGeorge.com !!
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This is site that you are on Right Now is just a Random Internet DISCUSSION site and HAS NOTHING TO DO With WHERESGEORGE !!!
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~~~~~~~~~~>>>> Click Here~~> www.WHERESGEORGE.com <<<<~~~~~~~~~~

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Try These WHERESGEORGE Links:
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Click to enter a Serial Number & Series:
http://www.wheresgeorge.com/main.php#bill
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FAQs:
http://www.wheresgeorge.com/faq.php
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User Guidelines:
http://www.wheresgeorge.com/rules.php
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Site Summary:
http://www.wheresgeorge.com/wrapper.php...
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Register Your Email so you can be notified when the Dollar Bill has been re-entered by someone else:
http://www.wheresgeorge.com/register.php
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Since: Dec 06

Mountain City

#2 Feb 11, 2008
people = stupid

“Public Enemy #1”

Since: Dec 07

does prisons count

#3 Feb 14, 2008
1x9x8x5 wrote:
people = stupid
are you calling them stupid because people like different hobbies?

Since: Dec 06

Mountain City

#4 Feb 14, 2008
not at all. people are entitled to enjoy whatever they want as long as it doesn't hurt anyone. however, the fact that so many would think this is the wheresgeorge site that a topic like this becomes neccessary, is hilarious. let's face it. people are dumb.
jojo

Johnson City, TN

#5 Feb 14, 2008
1x9x8x5 wrote:
not at all. people are entitled to enjoy whatever they want as long as it doesn't hurt anyone. however, the fact that so many would think this is the wheresgeorge site that a topic like this becomes neccessary, is hilarious. let's face it. people are dumb.
Would you like to tell all of us some really dumb things that you have been involved in, start with the legal ones first.
jojo

Johnson City, TN

#6 Feb 14, 2008
Let me help you, tell us the stuff you did at the winded deer park last summer.
One who thinks he knows

Johnson City, TN

#7 Feb 14, 2008
How come it's illegal to deface money, but you can easily smash a penny?
It's illegal to counterfeit, burn, and deface money but somehow you can go to places like disneyland or the hotels in las vegas and get a smashed penny or quarter for a souvenier. Isn't smashing a quarter or penny the same as defacing money?

The government has offically eased up on the whole "smashing coins" thing. They do, however, prosecute for defacing paper money. Typically this is done to counterfit (i.e. take a $1 and make it look like a $100). Writing something on a bill (like http://www.wheresgeorge.com/ etc.) does not consititue "defacing". Defacing is altering the appearance of a bill so that it is no longer recognized as the bill that it is, etc.

PS: The government does not "track" coins. You'd have to imbed something in the coin to have some sort of serial number to track it, and that would probably cost more than the coin is worth, etc.

Note: Bills are made by the U.S. Treasury Department, coins are made by the U.S. Mint. So look for info on the Mint's web pages, not the treasury's.
1 month ago
Source(s):
http://www.wheresgeorge.com/
http://www.usmint.gov/
One who thinks he knows

Johnson City, TN

#8 Feb 14, 2008
Facts About $1 Notes

The first $1 notes (called United States Notes or "Legal Tenders") were issued by the Federal Government in 1862 and featured a portrait of Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase (1861-1864).

The first use George Washington's portrait on $1 notes was on Series 1869 United States Notes.

The inclusion of "In God We Trust" on all currency was required by law in 1955. The national motto first appeared on paper money in 1957 on $1 Silver Certificates, and on all Federal Reserve Notes beginning with Series 1963.

The first $1 Federal Reserve Notes were issued in 1963. The design, feauturing George Washington on the face and the Great Seal on the back, has not changed.

Of all the notes printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing,$1 notes make up about 45% of currency production.

The life span of a $1 Federal Reserve Note is 21 months.(Other denominations have different life spans.
One who thinks he knows

Johnson City, TN

#9 Feb 14, 2008
Facts About $100 Notes

The first $100 notes (called United States Notes or “Legal Tenders”) were issued by the Federal Government in 1862 and featured a vignette of an American eagle.

The first use of Benjamin Franklin’s portrait on $100 notes was on the first series of Federal Reserve Notes, Series 1914.

The $100 note is the largest denomination currently issued in the United States.

The life span of a $100 Federal Reserve Note is 89 months.(Other denominations have different life spans.)

Beginning with Series 1996,$100 Federal Reserve Notes feature large portraits, watermarks in the paper, and color-shifting ink. The notes also included micro-printing (small lettering that is hard to replicate); on the face of the note,“USA 100” is within the number in the lower left corner and “United States of America” appears as a line in the left lapel of Benjamin Franklin’s coat.

Vignette on the Back of the $100 Note Since Series 1928, the $100 note has featured an engraving of Independence Hall in Philadelphia. The former State House of Pennsylvania, Independence Hall is often called the birthplace of our Nation. Within its walls the Declaration of Independence was signed and the Constitution of the United States was drafted.
There is no record that the man and woman standing in front of the hall close to the building are embracing. The hands of the clock on the hall are set at approximately 4:10. There are no records explaining why that particular time was chosen.
One who thinks he knows

Johnson City, TN

#10 Feb 14, 2008
Defacement of Currency

Defacement of currency is a violation of Title 18, Section 333 of the United States Code. Under this provision, currency defacement is generally defined as follows: Whoever mutilates, cuts, disfigures, perforates, unites or cements together, or does any other thing to any bank bill, draft, note, or other evidence of debt issued by any national banking association, Federal Reserve Bank, or Federal Reserve System, with intent to render such item(s) unfit to be reissued, shall be fined not more than $100 or imprisoned not more than six months, or both.
One who thinks he knows

Johnson City, TN

#11 Feb 14, 2008
Denomination Life Span

$ 1 ..........21 months
$ 5 ..........16 months
$ 10 .........18 months
$ 20 .........24 months
$ 50 .........55 months
$100 .........89 months


Since: Dec 06

Mountain City

#12 Feb 14, 2008
jojo wrote:
Let me help you, tell us the stuff you did at the winded deer park last summer.
you're definitely thinking of someone else
SLT

Portland, OR

#13 Feb 14, 2008
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After You Have -WRONGLY- Posted Your Comment About Where You Found Your WHERESGEORGE dollar Bill stamped or handwritten with "" www.WheresGeorge.com "" here on www.TOPIX.COM ........

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Go To the Actual ** Where's George ** Website :
~~~>** www.WHERESGEORGE.com **<~~~

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and RE-ENTER the Serial Number & Series of the Dollar Bill that you Just posted about!

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THAT is How and WHERE you will find out where your dollar has been !!!

----------

You Are At The WRONG Web Address !!!

----------

This ( Topix.com ) is NOT the site to track your WHERESGEORGE dollars!!

Go To: www.WheresGeorge.com !!

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This is web page that you are on Right Now is a *Random Internet DISCUSSION* site and HAS *NOTHING TO DO With WHERESGEORGE*!!!

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~~~~~~~~~~>>>> Click Here~~> www.WHERESGEORGE.com <<<<~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~

Try These WHERESGEORGE Links:
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Click to enter a Serial Number & Series:
http://www.wheresgeorge.com/main.php#bill
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FAQs:
http://www.wheresgeorge.com/faq.php
-
User Guidelines:
http://www.wheresgeorge.com/rules.php
-
Site Summary:
http://www.wheresgeorge.com/wrapper.php ...
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Register Your Email so you can be notified when the Dollar Bill has been re-entered by someone else:
http://www.wheresgeorge.com/register.php
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ps...... PEOPLE = STUPID = because ...
This ( Topix.com ) is NOT the WheresGeorge.com site! You need to go to http://www.WheresGeorge.com to enter the serial number & series and leave a commet about the Where's George dollar in your hand!!!

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hanNAH

Elizabethton, TN

#14 Jun 17, 2009
Is this legal?
wondering

Johnson City, TN

#15 Jan 16, 2010
where is george?
idk

Johnson City, TN

#16 Mar 13, 2014
has he been found
Anonymous

Tampa, FL

#17 Sep 17, 2014
Love tracking money!! Not quite sure Why... But, hey - I just do! It's interesting to see where $ goes & where it's been! It's a Hobby kinda...!...
HELEN SWARTZ

Binghamton, NY

#18 Oct 31, 2014
found in KIRKWOOD NEW YORK
chuck the stud duck

Mountain City, TN

#19 Oct 31, 2014
HELEN SWARTZ wrote:
found in KIRKWOOD NEW YORK
unt auh it was found on dennis cove rd hampton tn.

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