blhunter3 wrote:More government control. :ticked:
Chuck Smith wrote:Here is a theory I have or a side twist in all of this.
Who are the people who typically pay with change and buy many little items??? KIDS. Think of how many times you see a kid buying a soda at a gas station with dimes, nickles and quarters. Well Kids were locked up for the most part and some still are because no summer activities and they are sitting at home. Well those coins are no longer in circulation. They are sitting in piggy banks, parents coin jars, etc.
Just something else to throw a little monkey wrench in all of this.
:oops: I have about $400 in change.
I have not seen it around here myself. In North Dakota we are often insulated from some of the things the rest of the country is exposed to so I was wondering what other people were experiencing. My curiosity comes from the push that does exist to make this a cashless society.dakotashooter2 wrote:Hmmm I went to the bank a week ago and got 2 rolls of freshly minted quarters.