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Old 10-24-2019, 01:34 PM   #11
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What do you mean there's nothing to discredit it? They can't "read the bills". All these guys did was use a metal detector, from 3cm, and they could tell roughly how many bills there were. They couldn't tell whatkinds of bills they were though. Could be five ones or five twenties.




This is such a little thing, why can't you admit you might be wrong? I will say I would completely understand if there was that technology in the bills, totally seems like something WE the united states would have figured out how to do. Maybe we have but it just isn't cost effective or worth it.










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Slightly off topic... Master’s ex 2.0 hired a local locksmith to open his safe and steal $80k in cash at the beginning of their divorce. When it was brought up in court he was the bad guy for having that much cash despite being in a successful business for 20 years.

While traceable somewhat, the government prefers accounts that are 100% traceable like a bank account.
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Slightly off topic... Masterís ex 2.0 hired a local locksmith to open his safe and steal $80k in cash at the beginning of their divorce. When it was brought up in court he was the bad guy for having that much cash despite being in a successful business for 20 years.

While traceable somewhat, the government prefers accounts that are 100% traceable like a bank account.

also remember ALL the paperwork in a divorce once introduced into court is public..and the IRS routinely looks to see what assets are claimed during a divorce and they compare them to your taxes....so if he got slammed on that $$$ shes also responsible...
now the trick is to hide the $$$ where ONLY YOU know where it is....a safty deposit box in your name can be traced...so if thats where you want to hide $$ put it under someone elses name( that you semi trust..LOL) and you can be an add on for access....
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also remember ALL the paperwork in a divorce once introduced into court is public..and the IRS routinely looks to see what assets are claimed during a divorce and they compare them to your taxes....so if he got slammed on that $$$ shes also responsible...
now the trick is to hide the $$$ where ONLY YOU know where it is....a safty deposit box in your name can be traced...so if thats where you want to hide $$ put it under someone elses name( that you semi trust..LOL) and you can be an add on for access....
Here is a true story for everyone. Back when I was less than ten years old we we visiting my grandmother, who was depression era. She was telling my dad about her friend, who I knew, who lost a ton of cash!

Grannyís friend apparently kept all her cash in her mattress. One of her kids thought it would be a good idea to surprise mom with a nice, new non lumpy mattress while she was at church. Original mattresses was never recovered and it was her life savings! That age of people donít trust banks.
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Here is a true story for everyone. Back when I was less than ten years old we we visiting my grandmother, who was depression era. She was telling my dad about her friend, who I knew, who lost a ton of cash!

Grannyís friend apparently kept all her cash in her mattress. One of her kids thought it would be a good idea to surprise mom with a nice, new non lumpy mattress while she was at church. Original mattresses was never recovered and it was her life savings! That age of people donít trust banks.

ok ill clarify.....I dont hide my $$ in anything that can be moved or replaced like that....
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Here is a true story for everyone. Back when I was less than ten years old we we visiting my grandmother, who was depression era. She was telling my dad about her friend, who I knew, who lost a ton of cash!

Granny’s friend apparently kept all her cash in her mattress. One of her kids thought it would be a good idea to surprise mom with a nice, new non lumpy mattress while she was at church. Original mattresses was never recovered and it was her life savings! That age of people don’t trust banks.



LOLZ, you just described a spongebob episode



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EveBdJGBdQ



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LOLZ, you just described a spongebob episode



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EveBdJGBdQ



Only time my kid got to watch sponge bob was at grandmaís house. Never seen it myself....
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LOLZ, you just described a spongebob episode



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EveBdJGBdQ




why it doesnt surprise me you know this is ..................
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Ouch! LOL!

I’m gone till Monday, no signal at all winterizing. Y’all be nice now or the Frog will leap on your azzes.
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