Here's an old one dollar bill from the 1920's. It's a "silver certificate", meaning that you could swap it for one dollar's worth of silver. The current one dollar bills couldn't be swapped for enough silver to fill a gnat's rear end. Our government has printed too many of them.
If you made the foolish decision to save a $20.00 bill from that era, it will now only purchase 5% of what it could in 1905.
This hundred dollar bill will only do the job once done by a $5.00 bill. The Federal Reserve system, created in the early 1900's to stabilize our currency, has succeeded in destroying 95% of our currency's value.
And if you've got any of these, you might want to spend them now. If current trends continue, they're going to have to print enough of them for all of us.
This is a variation of a chain email sent to me by The Whited Mama.