You’re walking down the street & find $20. What do you do?

by J. Money on Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Has this ever happened to you? I once found an $82 chunk outside of my car in a parking lot. I was scared someone was watching me, or pranking me, but not a soul was around so i shoved it in my pocket and sped away. i survived ;)

Now, for some reason, I feel it’s about to happen again. Only this time on the crowded streets. I can’t really justify this feeling, unless count my ESPN (haha), but it’s always interesting to think about. If you found it in the middle the street, would you even *try* to find it’s owner?


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