Would one of you mind reading this?

And letting me know if it’s a joke or not?  Mine eyes are broke:

WHEN WAS the last time that you had any need for a $100 bill or perhaps a $50 bill? Indeed, most purchases that Americans conduct over $20 are in the form of a check, wire transfer, credit or debit card. This begs the question, who has the need for the $100 bill?

The answer is clear — the underground economy and criminal economy thrive on paper cash, especially the $100 bill. Drug dealers, criminals, terrorists, illegal immigrants, smugglers, human traffickers, tax evaders and corrupt government employees all rely on paper cash, especially the $100 bill.

4 thoughts on “Would one of you mind reading this?”

  1. matthew lawrence

    i bathe in hundred dollar bills pretty regularly. doesn’t everybody?

  2. As it says at the bottom of the column, David Gorman is the author of Cashless Money.
    I think he’s just trying to sell his book – I wonder if he accepts large bills?

  3. I’m not sure, but I think this actually makes sense. This is what I call thinking outside the box. Ergo: the idea will slip unnoticed into the void without further discussion.

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