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The New W Quarters. With The Virus Waiting Are You Going Looking? Is It Worth It?

Ok lets look at what they tells us first. What good is a W quarter if your infected. They say were a mask and gloves. Stay six feet away from others. . Stay home unless its absoluty necessary. So that means no hunting. Thousands of stores are closed. The big mistake would be going out looking for them. I can corner the market. Do not take this lightly if  the mint was smart they would delay the release for about two months. Its getting worse. What i saw on my phone and what my wife saw on T.V. convinced us to stay home. Seriously is it really woth it. Dont ask your parents to go to the bank. You will probally find last years first.Personally i believe anyone who goes hunting now is only asking for trouble. Wait.the Mint should wait . God knows we all should wait they will still be out there in rolls.in two monts. Give it time or lose yours. Mime

1 year ago

Probably wont be receiving much change to search for them. Should we go to bank and ask for a couple hundred dollars of rolls for 2020 quarters? What are the chances of scoring some rolls at the bank? 

1 year ago

I will put it another way how much is your life worth? Im sorry but im deadly affraid the yns are going to catch this. Listen to yiur parents please for your sake. Well my town doesnt have it. You dont know that. You visit the hospitials and ring door bells? No one is exempt from this.

1 year ago

My wife works at a grocery store. Thankfully not as a checker, usually. Her boss has even changed her hours so she isn't at the store during business hours, to protect me. I'm old and screwed up. Anyhow, she says very few people are using cash Mostly credit/debit. My bank is closed with only the drive up open They care.

1 year ago

Most banks, such as mine, won't do roll transactions through the drive thru, you have to go in the lobby, which is now closed. 

1 year ago

I just hope people espically the kids stay home. The latest proje tion is 240,000 will die here in the U.S. Thats not counting the ones living with it.

1 year ago
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