Wednesday, January 27, 2010
President Obama set to promote money walking in his State of the Union message?
Journal entry 1/26/10: Weight = 171.4; Coinage = $2.14, 44 pennies, 5 nickels, 7 dimes, 3 quarters ($1.06 curb coins); Glass bottles = 9; Ground scores =2. Significant find = 3 different newspaper venders provide a quarter each. Phone returns with newspaper stand returns usually yield one coin per 50 attempts.
Journal entry 1/27/10: Weight = 170.4; Coinage = $3.03 (a good day for both traditional finds and vacuum canister finds. Also, two different utility walks provided $.54 cents from four different sites.) 33 pennies one wheat, 4 nickels, 5 dimes, 8 quarters.
Feature Entry: President Obama set to promote money walking in his State of the Union message.
The MoneyWalker has it on good authority that President Obama will promote savings in his 9 p.m. Eastern first-ever State of the Union address and that moneywalking will be the featured method. Unnamed sources indicate that he will plead for all Americans to not only take a daily constitutional walk as a way to salvage the hobbled health care reform (we want need the reforms because we will all be so healthy); and in anticipation of all the savings to families from finding money during the walks, he plans to shelve his plan for a three-year domestic spending freeze.
Caution however should be exercised before putting any stock in the rumor that the MoneyWalker is being feted to become the new MoneyWalking Czar.