My country used to have paper money, till a lot of people decided to actually print the money and go buy stuff lol.
Then the whole currency was changed, now we have plastic money, replacing the money costed a lot.
Then the plastic money got falsified.
Is that America? I'm in Australia and I think our money was the first to be plastic. I thought because they make it using that huge, complex, expensive bubble machine that it had never been succesfully falsified (damn, forgetting the proper word...).
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"When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."
"It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts."
If you fake 1000* 50 RON bills (13 EURO), you go to 1000 shops and buy 1000 wortless crap that values 2 RON (0.5 EURO) you make 12.5 *1000 =12500 EURO.
Ideally that should happen in a winter, wearing gloves and a cap or something in the year of 1993, 600 kilometers from where you live, in Romania.
With 12500 EURO you could have bought an appartment then.
Oh and you'll have 1000 cans of cola, which you could sell afterwards.
And that was totally possible after the revolution.