Keep 'em close if they're that lucky! Hmm, what would 55c buy now, a stamp? gum? a story?See you tomorrow!
Sly bugger :)
been there done that i could put eleven nickles in the nickel slot machine who knows maybe getr a buck or two.
Hey Galen, I know the head on that coin on the left. Um, least I think I do. JFK...yes?See you tomorrow with my 55! :))Eaton.
I should have known it would have to do with 55's! See you Friday. This week I'm serving up some Full Disclosure.
my portrait will be an audio podcast of my poems on KCBX.org when they post Ears on Art in the archives for 12-02-09. There you go, no money, but a helluva lotta fun. And you don't have to fly here to hear it!
look after the pennies!!!
So I guess you're a saying you can't buy lunch today?
a wise man is a rich man...hmmmm,lolsmiles,
Working on it....
55 cents..hummm! makes wonder...and realise how cheaply we are paid! (LOL)
Sculpin, It appears to be time to get your ears lowered.
A lady I know turned 60 in 2008.. I got her a 1948 half dollar, and a 1948 dime as a gag gift...
Great...and I don't have a cent today...I left my wallet home! :D I hope I don't get stopped!! ;(
How come I never saw those kind of cents when I was in the US????
You carry a 50 cent piece? Hmmm?Name That Christmas Song
Well I hope they're lucky for you G-man!Did I tell you about the 20 pence we found with no date on either side that we sold on ebay for £74? That was lucky for us. :)
this one makes a lot of cents to me...lol.
Not so lucky for the guy on the half-dollar.
you look so coy in that shot.
Dad used to give us half dollars for allowance...I miss them. Wish I'd have kept them too.
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