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July 1921…76.7 January 1922…1919.8 July 1922…493.2 January 1923…17,972 July 1923…353,412 August 1923…4,620,455 September 1923…98,860,000 October 1923…25,260,208,000 November 15, 1923…4,200,000,000,000 (yes, 4.2 trillion marks to the dollar.)
Farmers could sell a cow on Monday and if not able to make it to market until Friday, the money from the sale of the cow would perhaps buy a pound of butter. Wheelbarrows of money. Be happy with the simpler things in life...the ones that aren't for sale.
05 February 2006
12 January 2006
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I need a song. I need a song like a river, cool and dark and wet, like a battered old oak; gnarled bark, bitter acorns, a song like a dr...