90% of all paper money has traces of cocaine on it

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Which explains why we party so hard. Or, actually, why we don’t party. There is a bunch of things that you can learn about paper money at FastCompany, like 1 out of every 10,000 bills is counterfeit (not a bad ratio, we feel cheapened already).

Two facts we especially love:

-Each coin costs 1.6¢ to make. Each coin costs .

-In 1910, there was $3.1 billion in circulation, about $34.07 per person in the U.S. Now, there’s $888.3 billion, about $2,893.42 per person. Roughly 4.3% of that value is from coins.

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Today’s Citrus Report lesson: How to destroy a Black “Centurion” American Express Card

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Today, we are going to show you how to destroy that Black American Express card (Centurion card to be exact) that you may be trying to get rid, has expired, or you can’t pay the bills anymore. For those of you in the know, these Centurion cards are thick, you can’t bend the damn things, and they make you feel a lot more wealthy. But goddamn you got to know how to destroy this thing when it comes down to it.

So, here is our method, pretty simple, too: Take a Makita 5” Cutoff/Angle Grinder, and you just go to town on that thing.

There you go. Game over. That is how you destroy a Black American Express card.

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