Wednesday, April 21, 2010

New $100 Bill – A Hard Act to Follow

Today, April 21, 2010, the Treasury Department of the United States of America announced the launch of the new $100 bill - Woooo-hooo! What a doozy! ;) Wow, the ‘design‘ department really went to town this time. Clearly feeling the heat from the DRP ( the Treasury Department has obviously spent the last year passing round PowerPoint presentations outlining their planned retaliation. Pathetic really that this is all they could come up with, I mean, Joe-Criminal is always going to be ahead of the technology curve when it comes to finding ways to work this shit around - ie counterfeiters will always find a way to break the code. But really who gives a hoot – sure security is important, but what really counts is what our currency has come to represent, which honestly is Jack-Shit. And until the Treasury Department, the Federal Reserve, and the rest of those folks on Capitol Hill realize that this is a brand issue – not a paranoid security driven issue – the quicker we, the People, will get back what we deserve – our homes, our cars, our savings, our livelihood, and most importantly our individual self-respect. Period.

Watch this space. New Dollar ReDe$ign Competition coming soon.

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