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April 08, 2013

EXPENSIVE TASTE

A Montana man whose 12-year-old golden retriever ate five $100 bills hopes to be reimbursed by the federal government.

(Thanks to Brett Harris, manual tomato and DaninTustin)

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Doesn't this fall into the realm of defacing currency? And journos, can we please have a picture of the dog in question?

Doesn't this fall into the realm of defacing currency? And journos, can we please have a picture of the dog in question?

Sombody broke the blog.

Is that why they tell us to "feed the pig" on
those weird commercials? Because dogs will eat your
money, but the pig has a slot for it?

Is that why they tell us to "feed the pig" on
those weird commercials? Because dogs will eat your
money, but the pig has a slot for it?

Somebody broke the Omniskeptic.

The government said he ain't getting dogschidt from them.


The bureau's website says an "experienced mutilated currency examiner" will determine if at least 51 percent of a bill is present and eligible for reimbursement. The process can take up to two years.

It's hard to work fast when you're mutilated, poor guy.

Wow. That was interesting.

" The process can take up to two years. "

Longer, if the examiner has a weak stomach.

I think I saw "Experienced Mutilated Currency Examiner" open for Govt. Mule. Front row tickets sold for $500, but you had to buy them from the squatters....

If Sundance pooped those bills out as twenties it might be quite nice 'cause if that neck-of-the-woods is anything like here, splitting a $100 bill can be a pain in the butt.

Seriously sad news from the geezer bus.


Annette has passed away.

I wanted to be her when I was a little girl.

RIP lovely lady.

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