I wrote about strip clubs using the $2 bill and its effect on the US Bureau of Engraving and Printing (the Mint).
According to a Newsweek article this week about the declining use of actual currency, notes that in 2006, all US currency totaled $784 billion with an estimated $400 billion in actual circulation. This article also stated that in 2007, the government will print about 9.1 billion individual bills, 95% to replace worn currency.
According to the article referenced in my previous post, in 2005 the orders for $2 bills totaled $122 million (and the number is expected to rise). That’s not a significant percentage of the amount of currency in circulation, but I’m betting it’s a significant percentage of the bills to be printed. I wish I had access to all the numbers and information I want to be able to accurately determine the effect of the adult industry on the US Mint, but that probably won’t happen.
It’s fun to speculate, though.
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You can get the numbers for 2005 2006 here. http://www.federalreserve.gov/generalinfo/foia/2006newcurrency.htm
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Thanks! I will take a look and see what I can find.
Will play tag!
PS: I was on vacation and the hotel didn’t allow me to access my blog at all. Something about adult content….
Thanks for tagging me this week! I’ve already been tagged by Gillette, and here’s the post.
(Yes, I’m being lazy 🙂
PS: I couldn’t leave this comment on your blog because I don’t have a Google or Blogger account. So that’s why it’s posted here.
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