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    Social security is dead

    eBay is an endless source of weird stuff. Under the title Social Security is defunct according to Greenspan, I need money for retirement, somebody is begging dollars, and, curiously enough, paying for it, since you have to pay for each offer you post to eBay.
    Nobody is bidding, unfortunately. Neither for this person, who needs money to pay student loans. Maybe he seems too happy in the picture?

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