Re: [tips_and_tricks] W-4/What works?
- Darryl B. McDowell wrote:
> So, just to be clear, you are paid in common American coinage or GoldJust to be clear, copper-nickel-zinc slugs are "tokens" and
> and silver coinage? (Doesn't that get kind of heavy to carry around? :)
not really "coinage" and also merely discharge debts, they
do not "pay" (extinguish forever) debts. Still, I'll take
clad tokens if the deal is a small one, because I can use
them in the slots at the Indian reservation casinos.
I use mostly silver, although this year I've worked for
quite a few (about 60) pounds of exotic metals.
I traded all my gold coins for silver the day Bush-I invaded
Iraq years ago. I kept all my nuggets and veined ore.
As far as being heavy to carry around, I don't carry more
than a few ounces around all the time, and that's not too heavy.
Personally, I don't like to let my total "stash" become
heavier than I can carry with other necessary items in my
backpack. When it gets too big, I trade some off for
For the past few years, what with getting ripped off and
screwed by "paytriots", having too much metal hasn't been a
problem, but this year, with that 60 pounds added, it got me
thinking of trading some more off, as soon as I come across
something I need. I'm pretty well stocked up right now. Oh,
last year I traded for a whole pallette of Kingsford
charcoal briquettes. I'll trade for anything I need.
Right now I'm trying to handle all my expenses with the
output from my petrified wood mine and using my "system" on
the nickel slot machines at the Indian casinos.
Relation to going to court: I don't let anyone else but me
and the person I'm trading with put a valuation on my trade
goods, and no one can force us to convert either side of the
trade to "dollars" - we are free to use any medium we desire
since the repeal of HJR 192. Nobody from the government can
do it, because they are not competent to evaluate anything
in an imaginary, elastic medium of debt. To do that takes
an agreement between two or more people, and I won't agree.