I am not. But I know many people who are. In fact I had a...

Kelvin Scoon - December 23 2011, 7:26 AM

I am not. But I know many people who are. In fact I had a messenger once who refused to run an errand to buy a soda for me because I was giving him coins.

It gets even better my friends laughed at me at a concert when I paid for a beer with one dollar notes.

Like you I save my coins in the car and at home and when I have a lot of them I take mylittle grndson to the bank and put it in to his account,
Know what, if I see a coin in the road I pick it up and add it to his collection.

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