Canadian quarters are for terrorists


An odd-looking Canadian coin with a bright red flower was the culprit behind the U.S. Defence Department’s false espionage warning earlier this year, the Associated Press has learned.

The odd-looking – but harmless – “poppy coin” was so unfamiliar to suspicious U.S. Army contractors travelling in Canada that they filed confidential espionage accounts about them. The worried contractors described the coins as “anomalous” and “filled with something man-made that looked like nano-technology,” according to once-classified U.S. government reports and e-mails obtained by the AP.[/quote]

Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean the world’s not out to get you.

Damn!  They found out.  Maybe next time we’ll be smart enough not to make the “special coins” so obvious.

Join my Canadian Coin Reform movement.
The legit image for the coins are
penny = maple leaf
nickel = beaver
dime = bluenose
quarter = caribou
50c piece =  wolf
$1 = loon
$1 ‘silver’ = canoe
$2 = polar bear
Then they can stamp or paint whatever they want on the other side (instead of the Queen) because those above images identify the coin as Canadian.
I’m tired of looking at coins under a magnifying glass in case some minor Commonwealth island starts stamping milli-farthings out the size of quarters.
Part Two: The Queen has to be the last Monarch. Or else we need to make oval coins so Chucky’s ears will fit on it.