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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

I Saw Woz's (Infamous) Sheets of Peforated $2 Bills

If you've ever spent an hour or more with Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak, you've most likely heard one of his infamous "sheets of $2 bills" stories.

There's the story he's shared with us about spending his sheet money at an In-N-Out Burger for a to go order and at another restaurant in Los Altos, CA. Funny how both stories include food and, oddly enough, the police as sometimes restaurant employees and other times patrons are suspicious of his strange money and think it is counterfeit. This is a story on his website about the time he was hassled by the Secret Service for being in possession of sheets of money that appeared to be funny money because each bill is perforated so that you can tear them apart more easily. They look incredibly phony.

I had heard stories about his $2 bills for the past couple of years though to be honest, I wasn't really sure they existed because Woz loves a good prank. A few nights ago I finally saw them with my own two eyes. Hilarious

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