Also Said Something About a Black Pearl

Posted on November 21, 2012 10:00 pm

A Montana state senator is asking to be paid in gold coins because of his lack of faith in the US dollar.

Even stranger, he’s also demanding an eye-patch and a parrot.

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8 Responses to “Also Said Something About a Black Pearl”

  1. Marcopohlo says:

    No cause is lost if there is but one fool left to fight for it.

  2. Bad Science says:

    It would actually be funny to see him try to eat his gold, I can’t imagine that would be very tasty.

  3. rodney dill says:

    Arrrrrr

  4. 4of7 says:

    How many bushels of beans can you buy for an ounce of gold?
    I’m getting a mixed metaphor vibe from this story; pirates, sure, but also Jack and the Beanstalk, old Twilight Zone episodes, and something about a dead goose.

  5. CarolyntheMommy says:

    In God We Trust.

    In the U.S. Treasury we trust, but verify.

  6. Jimmy says:

    What’s mine is mine and what’s yours is negotiable.

  7. Ogrrre says:

    Bad Science, the gold would be just as tasty as freshly printed but totally worthless treasury notes. The gold would always be worth something in trade, unless Obama pulled a FDR, and made it illegal to own gold.
    The precious metals I’m investing it are lead and copper jacketed lead. I figure those will be quite useful pretty soon.

  8. Bad Science says:

    Actually Ogrrre, the banknotes are not totally worthless. Just try mulching your food crops with them and with gold, and see which field yields the most produce.

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