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Old 06-03-2015, 03:12 PM
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This place is a pissing contest and I love it so lets go!

I'm sure there's some stories that the statute of limitations has ran out on so lets hear em.

My pee stream is weak sauce at 15 grand cash.
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This place is a pissing contest and I love it so lets go!

I'm sure there's some stories that the statute of limitations has ran out on so lets hear em.

My pee stream is weak sauce at 15 grand cash.
Most I've ever seen I also had to transport. I was not happy. Not exactly what was meant in "cash deal". $915k.

When I was 18 I was an intern at DETAILS Magazine in NYC. One day I was carrying $250k in various pens (yes, that is correct) for a photo shoot. had to pick them up from jewelers all over the city, take to the shoot, and return. I was pissing myself I was so scared.
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Most I've ever seen I also had to transport. I was not happy. Not exactly what was meant in "cash deal". $915k.

When I was 18 I was an intern at DETAILS Magazine in NYC. One day I was carrying $250k in various pens (yes, that is correct) for a photo shoot. had to pick them up from jewelers all over the city, take to the shoot, and return. I was pissing myself I was so scared.
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I once had a crisp new $100 in my wallet.
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never say due to possible incrimination
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$2k cash which is chump change for this forum
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I love my safe😳
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56 million...

I was a service technician for Diebold. The premier bank equipment manufacturing company. I left them in the mid 80's and worked as a sub contractor.

This was probably in the late 80's

We were doing a replacement of a system in a vault in Miami. it was controlled by the DEA.

It held contraband and seized money form drug sales.

I also could not even imagine the value of the drugs that were being held there.

it was the most sophisticated system I had ever installed. I probably had the most experience on that type of panel and system of any other tech in the state of Florida.

It was cool to say the least. sorry, no pics!

What is sad is the second most value of anything I was around was the food stamp stockpile in a Banco Popular in San Juan. 38 million in food stamps. Again, we were rewiring an older system and had to crawl over the boxes to get to sound and motion detectors on the ceiling. Each box about two foot square held $56,000 in stamps.
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Do precious metals count...?
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In actual "cash" not that much - maybe 20k when we go to Vegas...
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56 million...

I was a service technician for Diebold. The premier bank equipment manufacturing company. I left them in the mid 80's and worked as a sub contractor.

This was probably in the late 80's

We were doing a replacement of a system in a vault in Miami. it was controlled by the DEA.

It held contraband and seized money form drug sales.

I also could not even imagine the value of the drugs that were being held there.

it was the most sophisticated system I had ever installed. I probably had the most experience on that type of panel and system of any other tech in the state of Florida.

It was cool to say the least. sorry, no pics!

What is sad is the second most value of anything I was around was the food stamp stockpile in a Banco Popular in San Juan. 38 million in food stamps. Again, we were rewiring an older system and had to crawl over the boxes to get to sound and motion detectors on the ceiling. Each box about two foot square held $56,000 in stamps.
That's cool that must of been back when everybody was a cocaine cowboy
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I'll have to ask my wife. She'll know better.
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Most cash I've ever carried and seen on my hip was 3k for vacation money,brought some back after having fun.
Kinda silly question.
Ive seen pics of lots of money, wasn't impressed because it wasn't mine and was irrelevant to what i have or who owned the money in the picture.
Don't you have better things and smarter questions to ask of us?
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not the most money I've ever seen, but the largest denomination. I have seen a $1000.00 bill MANY years back (I was a kid)....I don't believe they even print them now...
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I had a 2 dollar bill once. Mostly just lint and moths now.
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30g's is the most cash Ive had on hand, and if you give me a minute Ill get a shovel and dig it up
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I got $3 and Jesus.
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Originally Posted by jetboat69 View Post
I had a 2 dollar bill once. Mostly just lint and moths now.
I had about $100 bucks in $2 bills I payed for dinner with it should of seen the look on the waiters face he was like is this real.I said nope printed them the other day lol.
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