posted on Jan, 14 2019 @ 05:50 PM
There was a bank teller in Maryland recently who refused service to a customer because they used as ID a driver license from the District of Columbia.
According to the teller, the person had no US credentials. THIS is what the public education system is turning out these days.
Regarding $2 bills: in the 1940s, Wichita Falls, TX city leaders began calling for the closure of Shepherd Air Force Base because airmen stationed
there were causing problems in town (getting rowdy in bars, defiling their daughters, worshiping the devil, etc.). State leadership took notice and
talks began between the governor and state congressional members. The Shepherd base commander, in a brilliant move, had all AF personnel paid in $2
bills. The sudden influx of $2 bills into the local economy quickly forced municipal leaders to shut up.
Similar stories like this one are claimed to be an urban legend, but this specific description is from the book The Enlisted Experience, as recounted
in an interview with retired AF Chief Master Sergeant Paul Airey.