The Lowe family’s notorious stash of cash, buried in coffee cans in various undisclosed locations, may not be as secure as Curtis thinks they are. Ben Bernanke is confiscating/taxing the hell out of Curtis’ collection of presidential portraits without even knowing where they are buried. There’s always more ketchup to buy:
Ha, I already thought of that! That’s why I don’t stash paper fiat money, I stash ammo. Once dollars are worthless, this will devolve into a barter economy, and ammo will be one desirable form of currency. That and it’s good for shooting looters and rioters with.
I figure in a few years, the .22LR will be worth today’s monetary equivalent of around a quarter each, the 9mm = 50 cents each, the .45 acp = a dollar apiece, .223 = a fin, and the .308 will be worth today’s sawbuck.
You are conversing with a very, very wealthy man. 🙂