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Originally posted by crazydaisy
My daughter and I had a small business, she was going to the bank to get change for the register. She ask me to write down how many 20's 10's 5's and 1's She was getting change for a hundred dollar bill. So she goes to the bank, gives the teller the paper and the hundred dollar bill. She returns to the store and hands me the envelope - this is the good part, lol. I was OMG and what is this and money was flowing out on to my desk and I knew it was way more than $100. It was $1,000. We talked about what to do, (we were both in need of money at the time). After a long talk about it we came to the conclusion that if this had come from a personal party we would return it but since it was a big Bank - you would know which one if I named it - yep we kept it. We put the $100 change in the register and we split the $900. I really hope this never happens to me again because I felt guilty, I guess I should have. What do you think?
Originally posted by filosophia
so you are saying bad things happen, but then good things happen, but how does that have anything to do with one man's loss is another man's gain?
If I were to grow a tomato garden, does that mean my neighbor has to lose tomatoes in order for me to gain some?