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    • I told my grandpa about how excited I am that I know have $45,000 in scholarships and how it pays for half my college. He then promptly said, “wait, it doesn’t cost $506 for room and board anymore?”
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    • Damn thats a rough time
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    • 25 cents in 1925 is equal to $3.65 today...
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    • It’s actually more about $3.75
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    • Did nobody stop to consider the fact that a quarter from 1925 is extremely rare and can be sold for around 30,000 dollars today?
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    • If you account for the TVM at a compounding interest rate over the past 94 years then it’s $30,000. Like so people can see
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    • Believe it or not guys, this post was something called a joke. We all know that a quarter wasn't worth 30,000 dollars, you don't need to point it out homies.
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    • 50 dollars had the same spending power as 700.34 in 1925
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    • It only equals $3.61 today lmao
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    • 25¢ in 1925 is only $3.63 in today's money
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    • It's 1925, your a girl on the prowl for other girls. You are ridiculed for being lesbian and it ruins your life. Thats what you get you dumb slut
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    • 25 cents in 1925 money is worth $3.61 in 2019.
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    • Implying that the inflation of a quarter is equal to 30,000 dollars. Humorous.
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    • That's really overselling it
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    • i then pull out my other quarter
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    • Its only $3.61...
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    • aCtUaLLy a 1901 S Barber quarter is worth about $36k so he isn't lying
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    • I like the outfits that they are always portrayed wearing in the movies
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    • Take off your hat boy, that’s a dollar bill!
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    • He lost bout tree fiddy.
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    • Not true ¢25 in 1925 is worth $3.50 today
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    • I look at her, she stand there twirling her hair and I say”hey ya dumb bitch how am I supposed to pay for my grandpas surgery you rootin tootin boot scootin prohibition ass, stock market crashin son of a bitch?”
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    • Do you know what 25 cents could get you in 1925? Thats like 5 gallons of gasoline.
      BD101 25 mar
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    • All of you are fuckin nerds
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    • Actually 25 cents in 1925 was only worth 3.50 in today's money.
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    • Crumbeard 25 mar
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    • That’s only $3.61
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    • Are u r e t a r d e d or something
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    • If the great depression had hyperinflation then that's probably the point of the joke.
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    • It would’ve been worth 3.59
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    • "iT's aCtUaLlY $3.68" it's a joke ppl. ffs
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    • Actually that’s $3.61
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    • About $3.50 actually but yea
      CrabMan 25 mar
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    • More accurately it's like losing about $3.50. Still not something you want to throw down the drain but certainly not 30 grand
      Q_Cummer 25 mar
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    • knowing that actual amount of 25 cents was in 1925 wasn’t 30,000 dollars... can you imagine being gay enough to think it’s cool to know exactly how much a quarter was the long ago?
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    • You dropped 120,000 quarters in that drain...show me
      Zamino 26 mar
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    • Where is the funny?
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    • So there I was, barbecue sauce on my titties
      Brizzy_B 25 mar
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    • If that quarter is worth $2,053.21, then sure. 🤷🏻‍♂️
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    • 30,000? Fuck kinda time period are you thinking of?
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    • That’s why people probably didn’t just hang out flipping quarters. Would you just be throwing around a roll of $30,000?
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    • Its actual around four dollars and fiddy cent
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    • Hey you fucktards know the there's this thing called exaggeration right?
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    • Actually it would be $3.63 nowadays
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    • More like $3.61 am I right inflation math nerds?
      badasspug 25 mar
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    • Actually you only dropped 3.50
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    • A quarter in 1925 is worth about $3.75 in todays money
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    • 3 dollars and 63 cents actually...
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    • Actually he just saved himself a lifetime of hurt and pain. And a lot more than $30,000 by looking like an idiot turning her off.
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    • 30,000 in 2019 was 2,066 dollars in 1925 I looked it upppp
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    • It's 1925 and you're a lesbian. You'll probably be burned at the stake.
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    • Yet the kids to the big cat
      DJJonesYt 26 mar
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    • That’s not how inflation works
      DankWWE 25 mar
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    • "Actually it would be $3.65."
      Neoni 25 mar
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    • At that time the lower 50% of Americans had 20% of the wealth
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    • Actually it’s worth about... tree fiddy.
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    • That’s really more like $3.50 but ok
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    • Actually, adjusted for inflation, it would be $3.63 today
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    • What cost $.25 in 1925 would cost $3.63 in 2018. Also, if you were to buy exactly the same products in 2018 and 1925, they would cost you $.25 and $0.02 respectively.
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    • with the money I'll be spending on college I could buy a mansion in the old days
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    • Wow that’s very inaccurate
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    • Actually a dollar would equate to roughly $20.19 dollars today so you only lost $5.05
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    • Lmao why are people trying to correct it obviously it’s not gonna be 35k it just wouldn’t be funny saying you lost 3$
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    • Vorsicht vor Rektalspinnen.
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    • Actually adjusted for inflation you lost $1.38
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    • Actually a quarter back then was the equivalent of $3.61 today.
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    • When tc is just a retarded nigga whooshing to the moon👆
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    • You lost $3.50
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    • The Roarin Twentys got us all feelin poor in 2019 🤣😂
      PHcomment 25 mar
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    • 1925 was roaring 20s. Depression didn’t start until the 30s
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    • It would only be $3.61
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    • It's about $3 today
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    • We’re living in 2019 when they are living in 1925
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    • 3.63$. Not 30k
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    • You dropped 3.50
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    • Um. No. Its about tree fiddy
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    • Why are women are always the cause of financial loss
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    • Wehim 25 mar
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    • $3.61 so you know.
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    • Pretty sure a quarter was worth like wayyyy more then that, I remember my grandpa telling me stories of going to the gas station and buying himself a new house, car, woman and with enough left over to found and completely fund nasa
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    • A quarter in 1925 is worth less than $4 now
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    • CountOoze 25 mar
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    • Not accurate but okay
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    • I start to flip a mint condition quarter, still in packaging, it's 1925...
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    • Belongs to Pennywise now.
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    • "That was my last quarter" Patrick, Eternal Abyss
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    • Bitch done dropped a quarter of the coke
      Valkreath 29 mar
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    • A quarter in 1925 would be roughly 3 dollars and 60 cents you fucking moron
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    • Ah 1925 was the best time, cause i wasn't born
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    • Wrong post wrong post
      DJJonesYt 26 mar
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    • What if he had invested it with regular steady growth. Rather than just inflation
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    • I wish there was some sort of standard they judged these by before featuring.
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    • 19...19...1985 beat drop
      GRAC3LAND 25 mar
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    • For my senior prom I think my school might do 1920s style
      Corziba 25 mar
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