Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? - Poem by Joe Rosochacki
The price of George Washington went up.
A huckster in the United Arab Emirates attempted a con
On a woman,
to try to have her cash the $1,000,000 bill, sounds legit right!
But still, she fell for it.
The 'bills' were actually souvenirs not legal tender,
But the woman was convinced that she would receive change from the bank from which he had sent her.
It would be hilarious, some part of bad joker, but it was true,
The suspect told the woman to exchange the fake notes
in return for 30 percent of their value.
It is true that hyper-inflation has damaged a lot of economies especially post World War1 Germany, or post World War 2 Hungary and Yugoslavia,
or in the recent past Zimbabwe,
And the future of the US economy is teetering on default,
Beijing holds a lot of George Washingtons,
But a dollar worth a million is, at present, is ridiculous.
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