Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Melts In Your Mouth, Not In Your Hand (cps)

Fun news with minor policy implications: Canadian 50 and 100 Dollar banknotes apparently deform when exposed to heat, where 'heat' means as little as your car on a hot summer's day. I had so many stupid jokes planned out, but I guess everyone who reported about this already included some sort of pun. Therefore, I'll keep it short and end with a straight-to-the-point high-end-journalism quote: "I don't think the Canadian $100 bill should be weaker than two-ply toilet paper."